Harvard Mental Health Letter

References for "Chewing gum and memory"

Baker JR, et al. "Chewing Gum Can Produce Context-Dependent Effects Upon Memory," Appetite (Oct. 2004): Vol. 43, No. 2, pp. 207-10. Hirano Y, et al. "Effects of Chewing in Working Memory Processing," Neuroscience Letters (May 2008): Vol. 436, No. 2, pp., 189-92. Johnson AJ, et al. "Chewing Gum and Context-Dependent Memory: The Independent Roles of Chewing Gum and Mint Flavor," British Journal of Psychology (May 2008): Vol. 99, Part 2, pp. 293-306.
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