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Several lines of evidence demonstrate that high fat diet exposure can be detrimental to cognition across the lifespan. We have previously shown that context-stimulus learning is sensitive to high fat

Several lines of evidence demonstrate that high fat diet exposure can be detrimental to cognition across the lifespan. We have previously shown that context-stimulus learning is sensitive to high fat diet effects during adolescence but not adulthood. In the present study we determined if pre and periadolescent high fat diet exposure interferes with response-inhibition capacity, rule- learning, and memory during adulthood.

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    Watterson, Elizabeth, Sanabria, Federico, Zavala, Arturo R., & Privitera, Gregory J. (2014). Response-Inhibition Capacity and Short-Term Memory are Robust to the Effects of High Fat Diet (HFD) during Pre and Periadolescence. UNIVERSITAS PSYCHOLOGICA, 13(3), 1161-1179. http://dx.doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.UPSY13-3.rics

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