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Exploring the brain chemistry of people at risk for alcohol disorders

examine a larger group of high-risk young adults using the same startle reflex method, as well as other ways to probe emotional reactivity, such as stress hormone responses to socially challenging public-speaking tasks. "By gaining experience in working with such groups," said Lovallo, "we can start a long-term study of persons at risk before they have begun drinking excessively. We can then perform follow-up studies to see who does and who does not show a tendency to drink heavily."


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