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(p. 238) Caffeine, Addiction, and Food Consumption 

(p. 238) Caffeine, Addiction, and Food Consumption
(p. 238) Caffeine, Addiction, and Food Consumption

Daniel P. Evatt

and Roland R. Griffiths

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date: 09 May 2021

Chapter 36 discusses caffeine, addiction, and food consumption. It explores caffeine subjective effects, reinforcement, and conditioned flavor preference effects, caffeine tolerance, caffeine withdrawal, caffeine dependence, caffeine and weight loss, caffeine as an ingredient in beverages and foods (as an added ingredient, or naturally occurring caffeine-containing beverages with added sugar and fat), and children and adolescents as a vulnerable population.

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