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THE PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF CHRONIC CAFFEINE TREATMENT ON THE COGNITIVE FUNCTION AND SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY IN ACUTE SLEEP DEPRIVATION
Study objectives: Accumulating evidence has shown that caffeine and sleep deprivation have opposing effects on learning and memory; therefore, this study was undertaken to provide a detailed account of the effect of chronic, ...
CHRONIC STRESS REVEALS COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IN A SUBTHRESHOLD AMYLOID-BETA MODEL OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
Although it is generally accepted that Aβ contributes to the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease (AD), other factors that impact the severity and time of onset of the disease are not well known. Aside from genetic factors, ...