Acute caffeine consumption enhances the executive control of visual attention in habitual consumers.

@article{Bruny2010AcuteCC,
  title={Acute caffeine consumption enhances the executive control of visual attention in habitual consumers.},
  author={Tad T. Bruny{\'e} and Caroline R. Mahoney and Harris R. Lieberman and Grace E. Giles and Holly A. Taylor},
  journal={Brain and cognition},
  year={2010},
  volume={74 3},
  pages={186-92}
}
Recent work suggests that a dose of 200-400 mg caffeine can enhance both vigilance and the executive control of visual attention in individuals with low caffeine consumption profiles. The present study seeks to determine whether individuals with relatively high caffeine consumption profiles would show similar advantages. To this end, we examined the effects of four caffeine doses (0 mg, 100 mg, 200 mg, 400 mg) on low- and high-level visual attention in individuals with high consumption profiles… CONTINUE READING

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These results carry implications for the theorized interactions between caffeine , adenosine and dopamine in brain regions mediating visual attention .
These results carry implications for the theorized interactions between caffeine , adenosine and dopamine in brain regions mediating visual attention .
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