Anne Kendrick

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Two experiments examined the effect of breakfast (1.89 MJ) and caffeine (4 mg/kg) on cognitive performance, mood and cardiovascular functioning. In the first experiment, breakfast had no effect on performance of sustained attention tasks, but it increased pulse rate and influenced mood. The mood effects after breakfast differed between a cooked breakfast(More)
The aim of the present study was to examine the effects of breakfast and caffeine on performance, mood and cardiovascular functioning in the late morning and after lunch. Forty-eight subjects were tested at 07.45 and subjects then assigned to one of the four conditions formed by combining caffeine and breakfast conditions. Subjects in the caffeine condition(More)
This study examined the effects of fat content and meal size on postlunch changes in mood, performance, and cardiovascular function. Forty-six subjects (20 males, 26 females) were tested before and after lunch. Subjects were assigned to one of the following lunch conditions: a) low fat (23 g), large meal (860 g); b) low fat (18 g), small meal (600 g); c)(More)
In the process of development in mammals and birds, an individual becomes either male or female. The dogma of sexual differentiation explains this development in terms of gonadal secretions, which direct the growth of an organism along masculine or feminine lines. However, this type of bimodality is not found in all traits that are displayed in reproductive(More)
There is a presumption that the primary goal of creating alternative resource management systems is to increase the efficiency of the management decisions made. However, changing the rules of resource management leads to institutional uncertainty, and such instability is an integral part of developing alternative management systems. In the case of barren(More)
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