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Alcohol and iYOUJackie Daniels
Indiana University
danieljm@indiana.edu
WHO WE ARE NOT WHO WE ARE
BARLAB
(i.e.bestexperimentever!)
the
EXPECT
GET
NOALCOHOLALCOHOL ALCOHOL NO ALCOHOL
Design
THE RESULTS
Expected to
receive alcohol
and did receive
alcohol
EXPECT
GET
ALCOHOL NO ALCOHOLALCOHOLNOALCOHOL
How do you t...
THE RESULTS
Expected no
alcohol and
actually received
no alcohol
EXPECTGET
ALCOHOLNOALCOHOL
NO ALCOHOLALCOHOL
How do you t...
THE RESULTSEXPECTGET
NOALCOHOLALCOHOL
ALCOHOL NO ALCOHOL
Expected
alcohol, but
got placebo
(near beer)
*Given mixture
of t...
THE RESULTS
*Expected no
alcohol but
actually received
alcohol
GET EXPECT
ALCOHOLNOALCOHOL
ALCOHOL NO ALCOHOL
*Served one ...
SUMMARY
The effects of substances are due to the drug itself, the
setting a person is in, and his/her mindset.
The expecta...
stand ard drink [stan-derd dringk] n.
1. Anybeveragethatcontains0.5oz.ofethylalcohol
2. 12oz.beer
10oz.winecoolerormicrobr...
HOWDOESALCOHOL
GETINTOYOURSYSTEM?
WHATINFLUENCES the
RATEOFABSORPTION?
HOWDOESALCOHOL
LEAVETHESYSTEM?
HOWDOYOU
SOBERUP?
HINT:
Not
this
way.
ALCOHOL MYOPIA
“I have an exam I need
to study for tomorrow. I
can’t stay out too
long.”
“I have a
boyfriend/girlfriend. I...
ALCOHOL MYOPIA
ALCOHOL MYOPIA
ALCOHOL MYOPIA
“Call me when you’re
done, I can be your
sober ride.”
“I have an exam I need
to study for tomorrow. I
can’t...
5 drinks
over
3 hours
160 lbs. 120 lbs.
0.069% 0.140%
Hormones
Enzymes
H2O
Volume
WHY DO
WENEED
TOKNOW
THIS?
WHATISTOLERANCE?
CLASSICAL
CONDITIONING
WHYISTHISIMPORTANT?
why is this
• While tolerance is part physiological, it is
largely influenced by the environment.
• St...
DISADVANTAGES
the
&
ADVANTAGES
“Positive”
“Negative”
“Positive”
“Negative”
“Positive”
“Negative”
“Positive”
“Negative”
“Positive”
“Negative”
“Positive”
“Negative”
“Positive”
“Negative”
.05-
.06
DIMINISHING
point of
RETURNS
TIPS
1. If you haven’t experienced problems associated with drinking, drink at or
below your ...
Protective Skills
• Space and pace your drinking (remember .016% per hour)
• Figure out your “point of diminishing returns...
drug
drugINTERACTION
po ten ti a tion
[puh-ten-shee-ey-shun] n.
1. theinteractionthatresultsfromthecombinationoftwodrugsthatactinthe
samedirect...
an tag o nis tic
[an-tag-uh-nis-tik] n.
1. theinteractionthatresultsfromthecombinationoftwodrugsthatactinthe
oppositedirec...
Indiana Lifeline Law
www.indianalifelinelaw.org
Mental Confusion
Unresponsive
Snoring/Gasping for Air
Throwing Up
Hypother...
Resources
• IU Health Center:
• CaPS- Mental Health
• Health and Wellness
• Sexual Assault Crisis Services
• OASIS- Substa...
STRATEGIES
What strategies will you use to
reduce your risks?
FIND OASIS & Feedback
FACEBOOK:
OASISIUB
TWITTER:
@IUDRUGALCPREV
WEBSITE:
studentaffairs.iub.edu/oasis/
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  1. 1. Alcohol and iYOUJackie Daniels Indiana University danieljm@indiana.edu
  2. 2. WHO WE ARE NOT WHO WE ARE
  3. 3. BARLAB (i.e.bestexperimentever!) the
  4. 4. EXPECT GET NOALCOHOLALCOHOL ALCOHOL NO ALCOHOL Design
  5. 5. THE RESULTS Expected to receive alcohol and did receive alcohol EXPECT GET ALCOHOL NO ALCOHOLALCOHOLNOALCOHOL How do you think these participants behaved?
  6. 6. THE RESULTS Expected no alcohol and actually received no alcohol EXPECTGET ALCOHOLNOALCOHOL NO ALCOHOLALCOHOL How do you think these participants behaved?
  7. 7. THE RESULTSEXPECTGET NOALCOHOLALCOHOL ALCOHOL NO ALCOHOL Expected alcohol, but got placebo (near beer) *Given mixture of tonic/near beer with rim of glass wiped with vodka How do you think this group behaved?
  8. 8. THE RESULTS *Expected no alcohol but actually received alcohol GET EXPECT ALCOHOLNOALCOHOL ALCOHOL NO ALCOHOL *Served one drink to get each participant to a 0.06% based on individual height and weight How do you think this group behaved?
  9. 9. SUMMARY The effects of substances are due to the drug itself, the setting a person is in, and his/her mindset. The expectancy effect is more powerful than the chemical or physiological effects of alcohol. The social and interpersonal things that happen with alcohol are a result of expectancies.
  10. 10. stand ard drink [stan-derd dringk] n. 1. Anybeveragethatcontains0.5oz.ofethylalcohol 2. 12oz.beer 10oz.winecoolerormicrobrew 8oz.maltliquor,Canadianbeer,oricebeer 6oz.icemaltliquor 4oz.wine 2.5oz.fortifiedwine 1.25oz.80-proofhardalcohol 1oz.100-proofhardalcohol
  11. 11. HOWDOESALCOHOL GETINTOYOURSYSTEM?
  12. 12. WHATINFLUENCES the RATEOFABSORPTION?
  13. 13. HOWDOESALCOHOL LEAVETHESYSTEM?
  14. 14. HOWDOYOU SOBERUP? HINT: Not this way.
  15. 15. ALCOHOL MYOPIA “I have an exam I need to study for tomorrow. I can’t stay out too long.” “I have a boyfriend/girlfriend. I can’t hook up with someone else.” “Call me when you’re done, I can be your sober ride.” SOBER, an individual can consider a wide range of values, thoughts, concerns and rules. “No, I would never do any other drugs. I only like to drink.” Sure, I’m a good swimmer. But I wouldn’t swim when I’m wasted. “I’m having a hard time, but I can cope.”
  16. 16. ALCOHOL MYOPIA
  17. 17. ALCOHOL MYOPIA
  18. 18. ALCOHOL MYOPIA “Call me when you’re done, I can be your sober ride.” “I have an exam I need to study for tomorrow. I can’t stay out too long.” “No, I would never do any other drugs. I only like to drink.” “I have a boyfriend/girlfriend. I can’t hook up with someone else.” Sure, I’m a good swimmer. But I wouldn’t swim when I’m wasted.” “I’m having a hard time, but I can cope.” As someone drinks, their ability to focus on anything other than what’s in the “here and now” in decreased, becoming: “I want, I need, I feel” NOW!
  19. 19. 5 drinks over 3 hours 160 lbs. 120 lbs. 0.069% 0.140% Hormones Enzymes H2O Volume
  20. 20. WHY DO WENEED TOKNOW THIS?
  21. 21. WHATISTOLERANCE?
  22. 22. CLASSICAL CONDITIONING
  23. 23. WHYISTHISIMPORTANT? why is this • While tolerance is part physiological, it is largely influenced by the environment. • Studies show that in a novel or new setting, people failed to exhibit the same amount of tolerance they did in their usual or familiar settings. How could this concept of tolerance impact your drinking? (Examples?)
  24. 24. DISADVANTAGES the & ADVANTAGES
  25. 25. “Positive” “Negative”
  26. 26. “Positive” “Negative”
  27. 27. “Positive” “Negative”
  28. 28. “Positive” “Negative”
  29. 29. “Positive” “Negative”
  30. 30. “Positive” “Negative”
  31. 31. “Positive” “Negative” .05- .06
  32. 32. DIMINISHING point of RETURNS TIPS 1. If you haven’t experienced problems associated with drinking, drink at or below your current rate/amount 2. If you have experienced problems, drink less and space more! Or, take a break to decrease your physiological tolerance.
  33. 33. Protective Skills • Space and pace your drinking (remember .016% per hour) • Figure out your “point of diminishing returns” • Count your drinks • Alternate between non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks • Eat before and during drinking • Make a decision about hooking up before you go out • Avoid drinking games • Avoid shots and/or mixed drinks (fizzy) • Stop drinking when you feel dizzy, nauseous, or tired • Arrange transportation before you go out!
  34. 34. drug drugINTERACTION
  35. 35. po ten ti a tion [puh-ten-shee-ey-shun] n. 1. theinteractionthatresultsfromthecombinationoftwodrugsthatactinthe samedirection,suchastwocentralnervoussystemdepressants;aninteraction mostcommonlysummarizedthroughthemathematicalequation1+1>2 2. alcohol+marijuana alcohol+vicodin alcohol+valium
  36. 36. an tag o nis tic [an-tag-uh-nis-tik] n. 1. theinteractionthatresultsfromthecombinationoftwodrugsthatactinthe oppositedirection,suchasonecentralnervoussystemdepressantandone centralnervoussystemstimulant 2. alcohol+cocaine alcohol+speed alcohol+ecstasy alcohol+energydrink
  37. 37. Indiana Lifeline Law www.indianalifelinelaw.org Mental Confusion Unresponsive Snoring/Gasping for Air Throwing Up Hypothermia Erratic Breathing Loss of Consciousness Paleness/Bluish Skin
  38. 38. Resources • IU Health Center: • CaPS- Mental Health • Health and Wellness • Sexual Assault Crisis Services • OASIS- Substance Use, Abuse, Addiction and Recovery
  39. 39. STRATEGIES What strategies will you use to reduce your risks?
  40. 40. FIND OASIS & Feedback FACEBOOK: OASISIUB TWITTER: @IUDRUGALCPREV WEBSITE: studentaffairs.iub.edu/oasis/

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