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Wednesday, August 08, 2007

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Actually, our paper discussed analyses of whether "catch-up drinking" happened in these data because we had data on drinking on the remaining days of the week. We found no evidence for catch-up drinking, meaning that the reduction in drinking on Thursdays translates into a net reduction in college drinking. Just thought you might want to know-

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