Latest Research

V Manippa et al, 2021. Italian breakfast in mind: the effect of caffeine, carbohydrate and protein on physiological state, mood and cognitive performance, Physiology and Behavior, published online.

L S Ran et al, 2021. Alcohol, Coffee and Tea Intake and the Risk of Cognitive Deficits: a Dose-Response Meta-Analysis, Epidemiol Psychiatr Sci published online.

R Zupo et al, 2021. Role of plant-based diet in late-life cognitive decline: results from the Salus in Apulia Study, Nutritional Neuroscience, published online.

I Paz-Graniel et al, 2020. Association between coffee consumption and total dietary caffeine intake with cognitive functioning: cross-sectional assessment in an elderly Mediterranean population, European Journal of Nutrition, published online.

F Aust & C Stahl, 2020. The enhancing effect of 200mg caffeine on nmemonic discrimination is at best small, Memory, published online.

J Lowrie & H Brownlow 2020. The Impact of Sleep Deprivation and Alcohol on Driving: A Comparative Study, BMC Public Health, Volume 20 (1).

M C Cornelis et al, 2020. Caffeinated coffee and tea consumption, genetic variation and cognitive function in the UK Biobank, Journal of Nutrition, published online.

X Dong et al, 2020. Association of Coffee, Decaffeinated Coffee and Caffeine Intakes from Coffee with Cognitive Performance in Older Adults: National Health and Nutrition Examinations Survey (NHANES) 2011 - 2014. Nutrients, Volume 12 (3).

D L Zabelina & P J Silvia, 2020. Percolating Ideas: The Effects of Caffeine on Creative Thinking and Problem Solving, Conscious Cognition, Volume 79.

R M Sane et al, 2019. The Acute Effects of Decaffeinated Coffee Versus Caffeinated Coffee on Reaction Time, Mood and Skeletal Muscle Strength, Journal of Basic Clinical Physiology & Pharmacology, published online.

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