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Coffee is a substance people consume daily, but there are inconclusive and conflicting results from studies about the positive and negative effects of coffee and caffeine. For example, evidence from one study links lower levels of stress with coffee consumption while another study concluded drinking coffee results in sleep disruption. Given this information, there are numerous factors that contribute to why people drink coffee and the effects it has on each individual. The purpose of this study is to see if there are patterns between demographics, coffee consumption, and perceptions to understand how students, staff, and faculty at Dominican University of California perceive coffee and any factors that could contribute to their views.
Brett Bayles, MPH, Ph.D. and Amy Gilbert, MLIS
Scholarly and Creative Works Conference, Dominican University of California
San Rafael, CA
Coffee, caffeine, perceptions
Psychology | Public Health
Rodriguez, Shannon, "Coffee Consumption, Perceptions, and Patterns" (2018). Student Research Posters. 71.