Cerebral blood flow and behavioural effects of caffeine in habitual and non-habitual consumers of caffeine: a near infrared spectroscopy study.

Abstract

Caffeine has been shown to modulate cerebral blood flow, with little evidence of tolerance to these effects following habitual use. However, previous studies have focused on caffeine levels much higher than those found in dietary servings and have compared high caffeine consumers with low consumers rather than 'non-consumers'. The current placebo-controlled… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.biopsycho.2010.12.010

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@article{Kennedy2011CerebralBF, title={Cerebral blood flow and behavioural effects of caffeine in habitual and non-habitual consumers of caffeine: a near infrared spectroscopy study.}, author={David O. Kennedy and Crystal F. Haskell}, journal={Biological psychology}, year={2011}, volume={86 3}, pages={298-306} }