January 16, 2013
To some people, when you ask them what college was to them, they’ll remember the classes, or that one professor who was amazing. To others, it’ll be the friends and lifelong connections they built. And to many others, it might be the parties, and late nights out, or simply just graduation and being done.
We’ve all heard the term liquid courage when it comes to alcohol. In a recent research study done at the University of Pittsburgh, the research stated that that “moderate amounts of alcohol increase both positive emotions and social bonding and also relieve negative emotions.”
So what exactly does this mean? Well, you’ll want to read the full article before making your own judgment or conclusion, but from the 720 participant sample size, we would guess it means for those who drink, alcohol can help you approach that cute boy/girl from across the room and feel more connected to friends and strangers.
Check out more on this at neurosciencemarketing.com.
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