Clinical Trials in Paediatric and Adolescent Populations

Coley DA, Greeves R, Saxby BK (2007). The effect of low ventilation rates on the cognitive function of a primary school class. International Journal of Ventilation 6 (2): 107-112. 

 

Edgar C, Wesnes KA (2008). Cognition assessment in paediatric clinical trials. Drug Discovery Today 13: 79-85.

 

Ingwersen J, Defeyter MA, Kennedy DO, Wesnes KA, Scholey AB (2007). A low glycaemic index breakfast cereal preferentially prevents children's cognitive performance from declining throughout the morning. Appetite. 49: 240 -244. 

 

Kennedy DO, Jackson PA, Elliott JM, Scholey AB, Robertson BC, Greer J, Tiplady B, Buchanan T, Haskell CF (2009). Cognitive and mood effects of 8 weeks' supplementation with 400 mg or 1000 mg of the omega-3 essential fatty acid docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in healthy children aged 10-12 years.

Nutritional Neuroscience. 12: 48-56.

 

Lloyd A, Brett D, Wesnes K (2010). Coherence training in children with Attention-Deficit Disorder: Cognitive function and behavioral changes. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine 16: 34-42.

 

Maldonado EF, Fernandez FJ, Traines MV, Wesnes KA, Petrini O, Zangara A, Enguix A, Ambrosetti L (2008). Cognitive performance and morning levels of salivary cortisol and a-amylase in children reporting high vs. low daily stress perception. The Spanish Journal of Psychology. 11(1):  3-15.

 

Preece AW, Goodfellow S, Wright MG, Butler SR, Dunn EJ, Johnson Y, Manktelow TC, Wesnes KA (2005). Effect of 902 MHz mobile phone transmission on cognitive function in children. Bioelectromagnetics. 7: 138-143.

 

Taib MNM, Shariff ZM, Saad SL, Wesnes KA, Sariman S. (2011). The effect of lactose-isomaltulose on cognitive performance of young children: a double blind cross-over design study. Appetite 58:81-87.

 

Wesnes KA, Pincock C, Richardson D, Helm G, Hails S (2003). Breakfast reduces declines in attention and memory over the morning in school children. Appetite. 41(3): 329-331. 

 

Wesnes KA, Pincock C, Scholey A (2012). Breakfast is associated with enhanced cognitive function in schoolchildren: An internet based study. Appetite 59: 646-649.

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