Just looking at something that reminds us of coffee may cause our minds to become more alert and attentive, according to a new study.
According to the NCA 2019 National Coffee Drinking Trends report, 57% of consumers say that they drink coffee because it helps them focus.
It seems that they’re on to something – and you may not even need to take a sip to get a similar psychological effect, according to new research from the University of Toronto.
Coffee can make meetings
tolerable more productive – and positive
Coffee Brews Better Group Performance, UC Davis Study Finds
First Research on the Effects of Caffeine on Group Work
The following post was originally published by UC Davis News
By Brad Hooker and Julia Ann Easley
Planning a meeting? Serving coffee can focus group discussion, boost involvement and leave members feeling better about their own and others’ participation.
Those are the findings of new research on the effects of caffeine on group performance from the Graduate School of Management at the University of California, Davis.
Decades of coffee research have explored its effects on the individual, but this study is the first on the effects on performance in group tasks.