Lynne Bell
Lynne Bell
PDRA & Teaching Fellow, University of Reading
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A review of the cognitive effects observed in humans following acute supplementation with flavonoids, and their associated mechanisms of action
L Bell, DJ Lamport, LT Butler, CM Williams
Nutrients 7 (12), 10290-10306, 2015
Beyond self-report: A review of physiological and neuroscientific methods to investigate consumer behavior
L Bell, J Vogt, C Willemse, T Routledge, LT Butler, M Sakaki
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1655, 2018
A study of glycaemic effects following acute anthocyanin-rich blueberry supplementation in healthy young adults
L Bell, DJ Lamport, LT Butler, CM Williams
Food & Function 8 (9), 3104-3110, 2017
A pilot dose–response study of the acute effects of haskap berry extract (Lonicera caerulea L.) on cognition, mood, and blood pressure in older adults
L Bell, CM Williams
European journal of nutrition 58 (8), 3325-3334, 2019
Species‐specific susceptibility to cannabis‐induced convulsions
BJ Whalley, H Lin, L Bell, T Hill, A Patel, RA Gray, C Elizabeth Roberts, ...
British Journal of Pharmacology 176 (10), 1506-1523, 2019
Improved metabolic function and cognitive performance in middle-aged adults following a single dose of wild blueberry
AR Whyte, S Rahman, L Bell, I Edirisinghe, R Krikorian, CM Williams, ...
European Journal of Nutrition 60 (3), 1521-1536, 2021
Practice effects in nutrition intervention studies with repeated cognitive testing
L Bell, DJ Lamport, DT Field, LT Butler, CM Williams
Nutrition and healthy aging 4 (4), 309-322, 2018
Motivational and affective factors underlying consumer dropout and transactional success in ecommerce: an overview
L Bell, R McCloy, L Butler, J Vogt
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 1546, 2020
Grape seed polyphenol extract and cognitive function in healthy young adults: a randomised, placebo-controlled, parallel-groups acute-on-chronic trial
L Bell, AR Whyte, DJ Lamport, JPE Spencer, LT Butler, CM Williams
Nutritional Neuroscience 25 (1), 54-63, 2022
Blueberry benefits to cognitive function across the lifespan
L Bell, CM Williams
International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition 72 (5), 650-652, 2021
In search of more low glycaemic index foods
J Brand Miller, L Bell, K Denning, D Browne
Flavonoids and visual function: Observations and hypotheses
DT Field, L Bell, SW Mount, CM Williams, LT Butler
Handbook of Nutrition, Diet and the Eye, 403-411, 2014
A randomized, placebo-controlled trial investigating the acute and chronic benefits of American Ginseng (CereboostŪ) on mood and cognition in healthy young adults, including in …
L Bell, A Whyte, C Duysburgh, M Marzorati, P Van den Abbeele, ...
European Journal of Nutrition 61 (1), 413-428, 2022
The acute effects of anthocyanin-rich wild blueberries on cognition and postprandial glucose response in healthy young adults
L Bell
University of Reading, 2018
Berry Bioactives and Cognition
L Bell, B Shukitt-Hale, CM Williams
Berries and Berry Bioactive Compounds in Promoting Health 33, 185, 2022
Dietary flavonoids and human cognition: a meta‐analysis
N Cheng, L Bell, DJ Lamport, CM Williams
Molecular Nutrition & Food Research, 2100976, 2022
The Impact of a Walnut-Rich Breakfast on Cognitive Performance Throughout the Day in Healthy Young Adults
L Bell, G Dodd, A Whyte, B Shukitt-Hale, C Williams
Current Developments in Nutrition 5 (Supplement_2), 895-895, 2021
Practice effects in repeated cognitive testing-an investigation of the stability of cognitive task performance over time
L Bell
University of Reading, 2019
Acute cognitive and blood glucose effects of blueberry anthocyanins in healthy young adults
L Bell, DJ Lamport, LT Butler, CM Williams
Appetite 123, 462, 2018
The acute effects of wild blueberry (Vaccinium. angustifolium) on cognition: a dose-response study
L Bell, DJ Lamport, LT Butler, CM Williams
Appetite, 228, 2016
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