Ophthalmology In Medicine
Martin Dunitz, Jul 31, 1990 - Medical - 320 pages
The psychobehavioral effects of caffeine on humans is analyzed in this book from an experimental approach.
Caffeine and Behavior: Current Views and Research Trends is unique in its emphasis on empirical research and its inclusion of articles concerning the addictive potential of caffeine.
Topics covered include addiction, neurotransmission in the brain, brain energy, blood flow, motor stimulation, stress, fatigue, and anxiety.
This volume is useful to those in the fields of pharmacology, neuropharmacology, psychopharmacology, psychiatry and experimental clinical psychology.
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