think-drink effect

think-drink effect

A term referring to the observation that intoxicated behaviour is more closely related to perceived alcohol consumption than to actual consumption.
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think-drink effect

Psychology The observation that behavior is more closely related to perceived alcohol consumption than it is to actual consumption
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