Just thinking about coffee can improve your focus, researchers say

  • Eugene Chan
  • Sam Maglio

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The source of coffee’s powerful stimulating effects may not be limited to the caffeine in it, or even to its rich, distinct aroma. A new study suggests that merely being exposed to cues about coffee is enough to perk up the mind, and make us more likely to concentrate on the task at hand, while the same could not be said for tea.

Period14 May 2019

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  • TitleJust thinking about coffee can improve your focus, researchers say
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletQuartz
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited States of America
    Date14/05/19
    DescriptionThe source of coffee’s powerful stimulating effects may not be limited to the caffeine in it, or even to its rich, distinct aroma. A new study suggests that merely being exposed to cues about coffee is enough to perk up the mind, and make us more likely to concentrate on the task at hand, while the same could not be said for tea.
    Producer/AuthorLila MacLellan
    URLhttps://qz.com/work/1618063/thinking-about-coffee-may-improve-your-focus-study-says/
    PersonsEugene Chan, Sam Maglio