Jeanet Ingwersen
Jeanet Ingwersen
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A low glycaemic index breakfast cereal preferentially prevents children's cognitive performance from declining throughout the morning
J Ingwersen, MA Defeyter, DO Kennedy, KA Wesnes, AB Scholey
Appetite 49 (1), 240-244, 2007
1592007
The effect of a mid-morning snack on children's cognitive performance
J Ingwersen, MA Defeyter, DO Kennedy, AB Scholey
Appetite 50 (2-3), 560, 2008
32008
The influence of breakfast composition on children's attention and memory
J Ingwersen, MAG Defeyter, D Kennedy, K Wesnes, A Scholey
32006
The impact of breakfast on cognitive performance in children and adults
J Ingwersen
Nutrition and Mental Performance: A Lifespan Perspective, 158, 2012
22012
The Effect of Breakfast and Snack Consumption on Children's Cognitive Performance
J Ingwersen
Northumbria University, 2011
12011
Breakfast clubs: more than just a meal
MAG Defeyter, J Walton, R Russo, J Ingwersen
2009
An evaluation of school breakfast clubs
MAG Defeyter, R Russo, J Ingwersen
2008
Functional fixedness: A novel interpretation
MAG Defeyter, J Ingwersen
2006
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