Psychology Study Referenced in New York Post Article on the Revival of Office Bars

Andrew Jarosz, graduate student in psychology, is quoted discussing the connection between drinking and creative problem-solving in a New York Post article about office bars at New York City tech companies. In a study published last year, Jarosz and Jennifer Wiley, professor of psychology, found that participants who were slightly under the .08 percent legal limit for blood alcohol outperformed sober subjects in solving word association problems.  Read the entire New York Post article.