Feeling smart: Effects of caffeine and glucose on cognition, mood and self-judgment.

@article{Ullrich2015FeelingSE,
  title={Feeling smart: Effects of caffeine and glucose on cognition, mood and self-judgment.},
  author={Susann Ullrich and Yfke C de Vries and Simone K{\"u}hn and D. Repantis and Martin Dresler and Kathrin Ohla},
  journal={Physiology & behavior},
  year={2015},
  volume={151},
  pages={629-37}
}
During education and early career, young adults often face examinations and assessment centers. Coffee and energy drinks are convenient and commonly used to enhance or maintain performance in these situations. Whether these macronutrients improve performance in a demanding and drawn-out multi-task situation is not clear. Using double-blind, placebo-controlled studies, we set out to examine the effects of caffeine and glucose in an assessment center-like situation, under natural consumption… CONTINUE READING
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