The impact of caffeine use across the lifespan on cognitive performance in elderly women.Perry, Clinton S. III.
Thomas, Ayanna K.
Taylor, Holly A.
Jacques, Paul F.
Kanarek, Robin B.
Habitual caffeine consumption has often been associated with decreasing age-related cognitive decline. However, whether habitual caffeine use preferentially spares different cognitive processes is unclear. Furthermore, whether basing habitual caffeine consumption patterns on current consumption or on a lifetime measure better represents an individual's use remains unclear. In the present study, we... read more
- Cognition--Age factors.
- Body mass index.
- Tufts University. Department of Psychology.
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- Perry, Clinton S. III, et. al. "The impact of caffeine use across the lifespan on cognitive performance in elderly women." Appetite 107.1 (2016). http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.appet.2016.07.028.