Glucoregulatory and order effects on verbal episodic memory in healthy adolescents after oral glucose administration

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Smith, Michael; Foster, Jonathan;
(2008)

The ingestion of oral glucose has been observed to facilitate memory performance in both elderly individuals and in young adults. However, fewer studies have investigated the effect of glucose on memory in children or adolescents. In the present study, the ingestion of ... View more
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