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Table 3 Study 2. Participant characteristics for each advice condition (alcohol, control) and exposure condition (brand, health)

From: Alcohol consumers’ attention to warning labels and brand information on alcohol packaging: Findings from cross-sectional and experimental studies

  Alcohol advice (n = 60) Control advice (n = 60)
  Brand exposure (n = 30) Health exposure (n = 30) Brand exposure (n = 30) Health exposure (n = 30)
Variable M (SD) M (SD) M (SD) M (SD)
Gender (% female) 66.7% 60% 66.7% 66.7%
Age 24.27 (10.26) 22.27 (4.58) 25.33 (8.02) 25.10 (11.05)
AUDIT (α = .66) 13.37 (5.37) 13.33 (5.42) 13.10 (4.25) 13.07 (4.63)
Alcohol consumption (last 14 days) 48.13 (26.48) 51.23 (23.54) 47.00 (17.37) 48.27 (23.05)
Baseline motivation to reduce drinking (α = .81) 1.61 (3.64)a 2.90 (3.92)a 4.51 (2.95)b 2.64 (3.55)a
DEBQ Restraint (α = .92) 34.73 (8.08) 35.30 (10.48) 34.47 (8.93) 34.53 (10.92)