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The limits of tolerance : convicted alcohol-impaired drivers share experiences Driving Under the Influence DUI.
20111493 ST [electronic version only]
Lapham, S.
Permanente Journal, Vol. 14 (2010), No. 2 (Summer), p. 26-30, 28 ref.

Samenvatting Most people are aware that regular alcohol drinkers can become tolerant to the effects of alcohol. Tolerance can lessen the outward manifestations of intoxication, and this poses challenges for the drinker and other observers, including law enforcement officers. On the basis of a National Institutes of Health-funded longitudinal study examining a cohort of convicted alcohol-impaired drivers, this article presents commentary regarding this phenomenon in offenders convicted of driving under the influence and the implications for traffic safety. (Author/publisher)
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