Effects of two doses of glucose and a caffeine–glucose combination on cognitive performance and mood during multi-tasking

@inproceedings{Scholey2014EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of two doses of glucose and a caffeine–glucose combination on cognitive performance and mood during multi-tasking},
  author={Andrew Scholey and Karen G Savage and Barry V. O'Neill and Lauren Owen and Con Stough and Caroline Priestley and Mark Wetherell},
  booktitle={Human psychopharmacology},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND This study assessed the effects of two doses of glucose and a caffeine-glucose combination on mood and performance of an ecologically valid, computerised multi-tasking platform. MATERIALS AND METHODS Following a double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomised, parallel-groups design, 150 healthy adults (mean age 34.78 years) consumed drinks containing placebo, 25 g glucose, 60 g glucose or 60 g glucose with 40 mg caffeine. They completed a multi-tasking framework at baseline and then… CONTINUE READING
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