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Caffeine facilitates performance in tasks involving working memory to a limited extent, but hinders performance in tasks that heavily depend on this, and caffeine appears to improve memory performance under suboptimal alertness. Most studies, however, found improvements in reaction time. The ingestion of caffeine does not seem to affect long-term memory. Its indirect action on arousal, mood and concentration contributes in large part to its cognitive enhancing properties.

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Psychological Medicine. Psychiatry, 2 Volume Set. Volume 1. Table Substance Dependence". Psychiatry and Pedopsychiatry. Prague: Karolinum Press. At a high dose, caffeine shows a euphoric effect. Encyclopedia of Behavioral Neuroscience. Therefore, caffeine and other adenosine antagonists, while weakly euphoria-like on their own, may potentiate the positive hedonic efficacy of acute drug intoxication and reduce the negative hedonic consequences of drug withdrawal. Pharmacology for health professionals 3rd ed. Chatswood, N. In contrast to the amphetamines, caffeine does not cause euphoria, stereotyped behaviors or psychoses.

Neuropsychopharmacology and Therapeutics. However, in contrast to other psychoactive stimulants, such as amphetamine and cocaine, caffeine and the other methylxanthines do not produce euphoria, stereotyped behaviors or psychotic like symptoms in large doses. Elsevier Health Sciences. By comparison with amphetamines, methylxanthines produce less locomotor stimulation and do not induce euphoria, stereotyped behaviour patterns or a psychotic state, but their effects on fatigue and mental function are similar. Psychomotor stimulants Drugs that cause wakefulness and euphoria Amphetamines, cocaine, methylphenidate, caffeine.

Current Addiction Reports. McGraw-Hill Education. True compulsive use of caffeine has not been documented, and, consequently, these drugs are not considered addictive.

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Principles of addiction comprehensive addictive behaviors and disorders 1st ed. Elsevier Academic Press. Retrieved 11 July Astrid Nehlig and colleagues present evidence that in animals caffeine does not trigger metabolic increases or dopamine release in brain areas involved in reinforcement and reward. A single photon emission computed tomography SPECT assessment of brain activation in humans showed that caffeine activates regions involved in the control of vigilance, anxiety, and cardiovascular regulation but did not affect areas involved in reinforcement and reward.

Caffeine is not considered addictive, and in animals it does not trigger metabolic increases or dopamine release in brain areas involved in reinforcement and reward. Therefore, caffeine appears to be different from drugs of dependence like cocaine, amphetamine, morphine, and nicotine, and does not fulfil the common criteria or the scientific definitions to be considered an addictive substance.

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