Chicago Social Drinking Project (CSDP)

      The Chicago Social Drinking Project (CSDP) is an ongoing scientific research study started in March 2004
      at the University of Chicago. The CSDP is conducted by Dr. Andrea King at the Clinical Addictions Research       Laboratory.

     The study examines the effect of alcohol and other      common substances on the moods and behaviors of      social drinkers through in-person experimental sessions      and long-term follow-up interviews. Currently, all study      participants are taking part in the long-term follow-up      phase of the study.

     New enrollment for this study was completed in      August 2011.

       On this site, current study participants can find useful       information about the follow-up phase of the study.

       Use the links on this page to learn more about
      follow-up procedures, schedules, and gifts. Also, links
      are available to complete follow-up interviews, get
      information on Additional Retest Lab Sessions, or to
      contact us

     If you have any further questions about the study, please
          feel free to contact us at any time.


Study conducted by Dr. Andrea King in the Biological Sciences Division at The University of Chicago Hospitals.

Please direct all inquiries regarding the website to:

Patrick McNamara - Project Coordinator