Handbook of Human Performance: Health and performance

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Academic Press, 1992 - Business & Economics - 411 pages
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This second volume of Handbook of Human Performance covers issues in the biochemical domain. Commentaries by leading authorities point to significant advances of understanding in the relationship between health and performance. This volume cover nutrition, habitual substance use (such as alcohol and smoking), prescribed psychotic drugs, and viral illness-flu to AIDS. ur

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Vitamin and Mineral Intake and Human Behaviour
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Benton Department of Psychology University College Swansea
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Caffeine
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