Correlates of daily caffeine consumption
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A study of 376 young British adults showed that estimated daily caffeine consumption increased with age, and was associated with smoking and greater alcohol consumption. Non-consumers of caffeine avoided tea and coffee (even the de-caffeinated form). Level of caffeine consumption was not associated with impulsivity, sociability, extraversion or trait anxiety.
Appetite, 46 (1), pp.167-180
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