Mastication and oral health in elderly persons with dementia, 2013, PhD Thesis, Dr. Roxane Anthea Francesca Weijenbert
Chewing gum and context-dependent memory: The independent roles of chewing gum and mint ﬂavour, 2008, Andrew J. Johnson* and Christopher Miles
Cardiff University, School of Psychology, Cardiff, UK
Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, 2010, Occlusion and brain function: mastication as a prevention of cognitive dysfunction, Y. Ono, T. Yamamoto, K. Kubo & M.Onozuka
Age-related Changes in Brain Regional Activity during Chewing: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study, 2003, M. Onozuka, M. fujita, K. watanabe, Y. Hirano, M. Niwa, K. Nishiyama, and S. Saito.
Cognitive advantages of chewing gum: Now you see them, now you don’t, 2011, Serge V. Onyper, Timothy L. Carr, John S. Farrar, and Brittney R. Floyd
BMC Neurology, Increased masticatory activity and quality of life in elderly persons with dementia-a longitudinal matched cluster randomized single-blind multicenter intervention study, 2013, Roxane Anthea Francesca Weijenberg, Frank Lobbezoo, Dirk Lucas Knol, Jori Tomassen & Erik Johan Anton Scherder
Chewing gum differentially affects aspects of attention in healthy subjects, 2004, Oliver Tucha, Lara Mecklinger, Kerstin Maier, Marianne Hammerl, Klaus W. Lange