The impact of post-study caffeine treatment on memory consolidation

Perry, Clinton.


  • In 2014, Borota and colleagues reported novel findings in the research of caffeine's effect on memory in humans. The authors found that when caffeine was given after learning, participants were significantly better at discrimination between conceptually similar, but perceptually distinct, lure images from the images actually presented at encoding. This finding was the primary inspiration for ... read more
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