Effects of caffeine and caffeine withdrawal on mood and cognitive performance degraded by sleep restriction

@article{Rogers2004EffectsOC,
  title={Effects of caffeine and caffeine withdrawal on mood and cognitive performance degraded by sleep restriction},
  author={Peter J. Rogers and Susan V. Heatherley and Robert Hayward and Helen Seers and Joanne Hill and Marian Kane},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2004},
  volume={179},
  pages={742-752}
}
It has been suggested that caffeine is most likely to benefit mood and performance when alertness is low. To measure the effects of caffeine on psychomotor and cognitive performance, mood, blood pressure and heart rate in sleep-restricted participants. To do this in a group of participants who had also been previously deprived of caffeine for 3 weeks, thereby potentially removing the confounding effects of acute caffeine withdrawal. Participants were moderate to moderate–high caffeine consumers… CONTINUE READING

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