A measure of pleasure

Maureen Searcy’s article, published by UChicago Magazine, investigates psychologist Andrea King’s work to understand the diverging trajectories of drinking habits. The article explores King’s Chicago Social Drinking Project, a study that has been conducted for almost two decades to follow 190 light, moderate and heavy drinkers, all of whom were in their 20’s when the study was initiated. The study’s continuous findings, many of which are represented in the article, present data reflecting “how a person’s response to alcohol relates to current and future alcohol use disorder.”

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