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10)Briddell, Rimm, Caddy, Krawitz, Scholis, and Wunderlin (1978) showed that some of the

inhibition-releasing effects of alcohol are due to expectations aroused by drinking rather than to the chemical effects on bodily functions.


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b)Briddell and Rimm and Caddy & Krawitz and Scholis, & Wunderlin (1978) showed that some of the inhibition-releasing effects of alcohol are due to expectations aroused by drinking rather than to the chemical effects on bodily functions.


c)Briddell et al. (1978) showed that some of the inhibition-releasing effects of alcohol are due to expectations aroused by drinking rather than to the chemical effects on bodily functions.


d)Briddell(1978) showed that some of the inhibition-releasing effects of alcohol are due to expectations aroused by drinking rather than to the chemical effects on bodily functions.

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