Scientists in the Netherlands and Canada conducted a randomized.

Scientists in the Netherlands and Canada conducted a randomized, controlled trial in which they assigned 80 male students aged 18-29, the alcohol one of four groups, 20 watched a film , drank in the character 18 times and alcoholic drinks were another 23 times, and a commercial break, represented the advertising of alcohol; 20 watched American Pie and a neutral commercial break with no alcohol ads, 20 saw a film and appeared far less prominently and a commercial break including ads for alcohol and 20 watched 40 days and 40 nights and a neutral commercial break with no alcohol ads. The participants watched the films and commercials in a comfortable home theater set in the laboratory, in friendship pairs, and with access to a refrigerator with alcoholic and non – alcoholic beverages.

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