From research to reward

These Environmental Science students’ self-directed projects brought them each a $1,000 TD Award

Douglas College Psychology grad’s researches caffeine perks

A Douglas College Psychology professor and grad have given coffee aficionados another reason to reach for a morning cup of Joe. Nicole Vittoz and recent grad Iloradanon Efimoff, have researched the connection caffeine has to improving decision-making in college students as part of a project titled “Caffeine, glucose, and decision making.” And the results are promising. Based on the studies conducted with Douglas College students, Vittoz and Efimoff believe people who ingest caffeine will make less risky choices when in a decision-making situation. “It can be surprising to some people,” Vittoz said…. Read More