Different patterns of memory impairments accompany short- and longer-term maintenance on a high-energy diet.

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Intake of diets high in saturated fat and simple carbohydrates is associated with cognitive impairments in both humans and rodents. Here we report that feeding rats this type of high-energy (HE) diet has different effects on different types of learning and memory processes. Rats were first trained to solve spatial and nonspatial reference (RM) and working… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/a0017228

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@article{Kanoski2010DifferentPO, title={Different patterns of memory impairments accompany short- and longer-term maintenance on a high-energy diet.}, author={Scott E. Kanoski and Terry L. Davidson}, journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Animal behavior processes}, year={2010}, volume={36 2}, pages={313-9} }