Latest Research

N S Chaudhary et al, 2016. Caffeine consumption, insomnia, and sleep duration: Results from a nationally representative sample, Nutrition, published online ahead of print.

J Lanini et al, 2015. Acute personalized habitual caffeine doses improve attention and have selective effects when considering the fractionation of executive functions. Human Psychopharmacology, published online ahead of print.

G Grosso et al, 2015, Coffee, tea, caffeine and risk of depression: a systematic review and dose-response meta-analysis of observational studies, Mol Nutr Food Res, published online ahead of print.

R P Ogeil & J G Phillips, 2015, Commonly used stimulants: Sleep problems, dependence and psychological distress, Drug and Alcohol Dependence, published online ahead of print.

R J Park & J D Moon, 2014. Coffee and depression in Korea: the fifth Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, published online ahead of print.

A G Franke et al, 2014. The Use of Caffeinated Substances by Surgeons for Cognitive Enhancement, Annals of Surgery, published online ahead of print.

P M Nikic et al, 2014. Habitual Coffee Consumption Enhances Attention and Vigilance in Hemodialysis Patients, Biomed Research International, published online ahead of print.

M A Beydoun et al, 2014, Caffeine and Alcohol Intakes and Overall Nutrient Adequacy Are Associated with Longitudinal Cognitive Performance among U.S. Adults, The Journal of Nutrition, published online ahead of print.

X Guo et al, 2014, Sweetened Beverages, Coffee, and Tea and Depression Risk among Older US Adults, PLOS One, published online ahead of print.

J A Hausser et al, 2014, The effects of caffeine on option generation and subsequent choice, Psychopharmacology, published online ahead of print.

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