The impact of caffeine use across the lifespan on cognitive performance in the elderly

Perry, Clinton.

Abstract: Habitual caffeine consumption has often been associated with slowed age related cognitive decline in older adults. However, whether different cognitive processes are preferentially spared as a result of habitual caffeine exposure is unclear. Furthermore, it is unclear whether habitual caffeine consumption patterns based on current consumption or on a lifetime measure is a better for dete... read more

Tufts University. Department of Psychology.
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