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THE PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ROSEMARY ON CONCENTRATION

@inproceedings{AlecErnst2016THEPE,
  title={THE PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ROSEMARY ON CONCENTRATION},
  author={Kyle Marquardt Alec Ernst and Bailee Stark Mark Park and Annie Uhing},
  year={2016}
}
The use of essential oils has recently been gaining in popularity due its inexpensive costs and the research-based claims that they have the ability to cause beneficial physiological and cognitive effects on their users. It has been proposed that exposure to essential oils can alter one’s physical state and improve cognitive ability. This study examines the physiological and cognitive effects that may arise from the use of one of the most popular essential oils: Rosmarinus officinalis L., or… 

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