All About Coffee, An Annotated Bibliography:
Wilson, Carroll. Coffee. Encyclopedia: Britannica, Encyclopedia Britannica. Sept. 2014. Web. 2 Nov.
2015. This is a fairly in depth article that starts at the beginning of coffee. It has a brief overview of all
Hensrud, Donald. "Coffee and health: What does the research
say?." - Mayo Clinic. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Feb. 2014.
Summarize: High intake of unfiltered coffee is correlated with small elevations in
cholesterol levels. Other studies have found that two or mor
Wetton AR, Radley R, Jones AR and Pearce MS (2013), What are the barriers which discourage 15-16
year-old girls from participating in team sports and how can we overcome them? BioMed Research
International, vol. 2013, article ID 738705
American Scientist, 2008. 138145 Web. 2 Nov. 2015. In The Rise of Coffee Vega stays away from the
process and growing of coffee, and explores how coffee was discovered and how it has spread across the
world. She also explains why it is popular, what it do
Siesmaa J, Blitvich J, Telford A, Telford A and Finch CF (2011), Factors that are Most Influential in
Childrens Continued and Discontinued Participation in Organized Sport: The Role of Injury and Injury
Risk Perceptions, Chapter 2 in Sport Participation,
Van Dam, Dr. Rob. "Ask the Expert: Coffee and Health." The
Nutrition Source. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Feb. 2014.
Summarize: This article is about a professor answering questions about coffee that
students had. Researchers have discovered that there isn't a corr
Sport England (2014), The challenge of growing youth participation in sport - Youth Insights Pack
This study outlines insights into young people and the actions we believe are requi
Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia, 2014. Web. 2 Nov. 2015. This article is similar to the one
written by Wilson, but it goes into a lot more depth about the growing and harvesting. It goes in great
detail about the temperatures and altitudes that cof
Seppa, Nathan. "THE BENEFICIAL BEAN. (Cover Story)." Science News (2015) Web. 13 Nov. 2015. Nielsen
6 This article written by Seppa is another article pointing out the benefits of coffee. He shows us how the
coffee helps, by describing what it does in cer
Miyake, Elisa R., and Naomi R. Marmorstein. "Energy Drink Consumption And Later
Alcohol Use Among Early Adolescents." Addictive Behaviors 43.(2015): 60-65.
Academic Search Complete. Web. 11 Mar. 2016.
Elisa Miyake and Naomi Marmorstein, in their research
LaMotte, Sandee. Health effects of coffee: Where do we stand? CNN 14 Aug. 2015. Web. 9 Nov. 2015.
This article written by LaMotte is quite an enjoyable article to read because it explores coffee from as far
back as 1500 C.E. and focuses on the controversy
Bhanoo, Sindya The Secret May Be in the Coffee The New York Times, 25 Mar. Nielsen 2 2013. Web. 17
Nov. 2015. In this article, Bandoo talks about the people on the Greek island of Ikaria, and how they
seem to have high life expectancies. He points out tha
Lubans DR, Morgan PJ and McCormack A (2011), Adolescents and school sport: the relationship
between beliefs, social support and physical self-perception, Physical Education & Sport Pedagogy,
vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 237-50.
Hardy LL, Kelly B, Chapman K, King L and Farrell L (2010), Parental perceptions of barriers to children's
participation in organised sport in Australia, Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, vol. 46, no. 4, pp.
Slater A and Tiggemann M (2010), Uncool to do sport: A focus group study of adolescent girls reasons
for withdrawing from physical activity, Psychology of Sport & Exercise, vol. 11, no. 6, pp. 619-26.
Hyndman B, Telford A, Finch CF and Benson AC (2012), Moving Physical Activity Beyond the School
Classroom: A Social-ecological Insight for Teachers of the facilitators and barriers to students' noncurricular physical activity, Australian Journal of Teache
GfK Research 2013, Market Segmentation for Sport Participation Children 5-13 years old, Australian
Sports Commission, Canberra, ACT. Available from: Clearinghouse.
This research looked to develop a detailed needs-based market segmentation model of partici
Landau, Elizabeth. "Coffee good for you, but it's OK to hold
back." CNN Health. N.p., 18 Aug. 2012. Web. 13 Feb. 2014.
Summarize: There are antioxidants in coffee. Our DNA is being damaged by oxygen
radicals and the antioxidants in coffee help prevent thi
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Positives versus Negatives of Caffeine Consumption by Adolescents: An Annotated Bibliography
Griffiths, Sarah. "Is Caffeine in Fizzy Drinks Making Teenagers Stupid? Coffee, Cola and
Young JA, Symons CM, Pain MD, Harvey JT, Eime RM, Craike MJ and Payne WR (2015), Role models
of Australian female adolescents: A longitudinal study to inform programmes designed to increase
physical activity and sport participation, European Physical Educ
Tannehill D, MacPhail A, Walsh J and Woods C (2015), What young people say about physical activity:
the Children's Sport Participation and Physical Activity (CSPPA) study, Sport, Education and Society,
vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 442-62. Clearinghouse for Sport R
Carman, A. "Current Evidence for the Use of Coffee and Caffeine to Prevent Age-Related Cognitive
Decline and Alzheimer's Disease." Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging. (2014) Web. 12 Nov. 2015. As the
title suggests, this article is about cognitive decli
Marquez, Gabriel. Email Interview. 9 March. 2016.
In an interview via email (2016), high school teacher Gabriel Marquez asserts that when
consumed properly, coffee increases memory and attention and that most of the negative effects
of coffee people speak
"My Guide To Nutrition." Nothing found for Beverages Iscoffee-healthy-for-you %20or%20keyword. N.p., n.d. Web. 11
Summarize: This article is more of a blog about how coffee is healthy for you if you drink it
in moderation. There are some benefi
Troyer, Ronald, and Gerald Markle. "Coffee Drinking: An
Emerging Social Problem." JSTOR. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Feb. 2014.
Summarize: Caffeine acts a powerful CNS stimulant according to Goodman and Gilman (.
Caffeine is known to create more urine and gas caus
Hilland TA, Stratton G, Vinson D and Fairclough S (2009), The Physical Education Predisposition Scale:
Preliminary development and validation, Journal of Sports Sciences, vol. 27, no. 14, pp. 1555-63.
Mehmeti I (2015), Motivational Level and Participation Barriers in School Physical Education Amongst
Adolescents, Sport Montenegro, no. 43-45, pp. 121-26.
The purpose of the study was
Lubans DR, Morgan PJ, Cliff DP, Barnett LM and Okely AD (2010), Fundamental movement skills in
children and adolescents: Review of Associated Health Benefit, Sports Medicine, vol. 40, no. 12, pp.
Jenkinson KA and Benson AC (2010), Barriers to Providing Physical Victorian State Secondary Schools,
Australian Journal of Teacher Education, vol. 35, issue 8. <http:/ro.ecu.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?
This article examines the
"Caffeine: How much is too much?." Caffeine. N.p., n.d. Web. 12
Summarize: Drinking four or more cups of caffeine a day may cause: insomnia,
nervousness, fast heartbeat, muscle tremors, irritability, and restlessness. Caffeine
stimulates the CN
McKinney, Merritt. "Coffee and cholesterol." msnbc.com. N.p.,
n.d. Web. 14 Feb. 2014.
Summarize: More and more evidence have shown that coffee elevates cholesterol levels.
Unfiltered coffee has more of an effect on cholesterol than filtered coffee. Studie
Michael SL, Coffield E, Lee SM and Fulton JE (2015), Variety, Enjoyment, and Physical Activity
Participation Among High School Students, Journal of Physical Activity & Health, published online in
advance of print (6 June 2015)
McCoy, William. "The Benefits of Coffee for Teenagers." SFGate. Demand Media, n.d.
Web. 8 Mar. 2016.
William McCoy, in his popular article, "The Benefits of Coffee for Teenagers," [n.d.] argues that
there are benefits for teenagers who consume a reasonabl
Sherar LB, Gyurcsik NC, Humbert ML, Dyck RF, Fowler-Kerry S and Baxter-Jones A ( 2009), Activity and
barriers in girls (8-16 yr.) based on grade and maturity status, Medicine and Science in Sports and
Exercise, vol.41, no.1, pp. 8795.