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eAdvantage is a brain-boosting supplement designed for serious competitive gamers! And it’s the ultimate replacement for energy drinks or coffee! By using ingredients that have also been shown to affect memory and cognitive performance, eAdvantage is the superior choice for gaming performance.

And since it contains no sugar or sweeteners, and has been approved by Health Canada, eAdvantage is the cheaper, healthier and more effective way to boost your gaming performance!

INFORMATION PROCESSING ACCURACY

When looking at clinical testing scores for Rapid Visual Information Processing Accuracy, Caffeine & L-Theanine combination is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 13.94% [16]

INCREASE REACTION TIME BY 9.27%

When looking at clinical testing scores for Simple Reaction Time, Caffeine & L-Theanine combination is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 9.27%. [16]

INCREASE ALERTNESS BY 19.49%

When looking at clinical testing scores for Self-Reported Alertness, Caffeine & L-Theanine combination is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 19.49%. [16]

INCREASE PERFORMANCE ACCURACY BY 30.08%

When looking at clinical testing scores for performance accuracy, L-Theanine is shown to outperform the placebo by an average of 30.08%. [18]

INCREASE SPEED OF ATTENTION BY 48.21%

When looking at baseline changes in clinical testings for speed of attention, Ginkgo biloba is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 48.21%. [17]

INCREASE MEMORY BY 30.01%

When looking at baseline changes in clinical testings for quality of memory, Ginkgo Biloba is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 30.01%. [17]

INFORMATION PROCESSING ACCURACY

When looking at clinical testing scores for Rapid Visual Information Processing Accuracy, Caffeine & L-Theanine combination is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 13.94% [16]

INCREASE REACTION TIME BY 9.27%

When looking at clinical testing scores for Simple Reaction Time, Caffeine & L-Theanine combination is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 9.27%. [16]

INCREASE ALERTNESS BY 19.49%

When looking at clinical testing scores for Self-Reported Alertness, Caffeine & L-Theanine combination is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 19.49%. [16]

INCREASE PERFORMANCE ACCURACY BY 30.08%

When looking at clinical testing scores for performance accuracy, L-Theanine is shown to outperform the placebo by an average of 30.08%. [18]

INCREASE SPEED OF ATTENTION BY 48.21%

When looking at baseline changes in clinical testings for speed of attention, Ginkgo biloba is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 48.21%. [17]

INCREASE MEMORY BY 30.01%

When looking at baseline changes in clinical testings for quality of memory, Ginkgo Biloba is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 30.01%. [17]

Scientific Studies

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eAdvantage is designed with safe and effective ingredients, backed by real science. Studies show that ingredients in eAdvantage can improve memory, processing speed, reaction time and much more! On this page we explore and link to multiple studies that investigate the ingredients in eAdvantage and the benefits that they can have on you!

Health Canada Approved (NPN:80084060)

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eAdvantage has been regulated and approved by Health Canada. This is a rigorous process that ensures the product is safe and effective. Health Canada is highly regarded around the world. eAdvantage is also manufactured in a CGMP certified facility, which means our manufacturer ensures that the manufactured product contains effective ingredients and is safe for use.

+9.27% FASTER REACTION TIME

We all know how important it is to react faster than the enemy, and in esports, every millisecond counts! When looking at clinical testing scores for Simple Reaction Time, Caffeine & L-Theanine combination is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 9.27%. [16]

INCREASE MEMORY BY 30.01%

Improving as a player and ranking up depends on developing skills and game knowledge! When looking at baseline changes in clinical testings for quality of memory, Ginkgo Biloba is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 30.01%. [17]

INCREASE PERFORMANCE ACCURACY BY 30.08%

Processing information and executing with accuracy is key! When looking at clinical testing scores for performance accuracy, L-Theanine is shown to outperform the placebo by an average of 30.08%. [18]

INCREASE ALERTNESS BY 19.49%

We all want a little more focus! When looking at clinical testing scores for Self-Reported Alertness, Caffeine & L-Theanine combination is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 19.49%. [16]

What Does eAdvantage Do?

When it comes to developing your skills, and playing at your absolute best, the key factor is your brain function. When your brain is functioning well you feel focused and wired in, and your able to improve your skills easily.

So what happens when you can boost your brain function on-demand, and instantly get into a more optimal state of performance? Well this is the question that inspired us to create eAdvantage – a formula of well-researched, natural ingredients and vitamins, designed to help you boost your brain and play at your best!

BOOST YOUR BRAIN. 

DOMINATE THE GAME.

Reviews of eAdvantage

How is eAdvantage helping other gamers?

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Lilyane – League of Legends Streamer

I used to drink plenty of energy drinks before if I had to grind for something/stream a lot or study in general but I feel way more comfortable (and healthy) using eAdvantage.” – Lilyane

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OCG – Overwatch Player

“You can see the effects of it on your gameplay, you feel a lot sharper and focused! It’s just like a boost that helps you with your concentration, performance, and memory which is exactly what you need when playing important competitive games like Overwatch!” – OCG

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RFTC – Competitive Gamer / Streamer

“eAdvantage is literally a game changer, I take them before I start streaming and my gameplay/mentality just everything is on point! Your process of thinking is phenomenal. It’s a huge game changer!” – RFTC

BETTER THAN ENERGY DRINKS

How exactly does eAdvantage stack up to energy drinks? Well, beyond being cheaper and healthier, eAdvantage also out-competes energy drinks in three big ways:

1. Caffeine on it’s own can reduce blood flow to your brain. L-Theanine and Ginkgo Biloba balance this out so your brain can get the nutrients and oxygen it needs for you to stay sharp and think clearly.[4][5][10]

2. Caffeine can a increase the stress hormone cortisol which can cause you to get jittery, overwhelmed and become tilted easier. Ginkgo Biloba and L-Theanine both balance out your stress response and reduce cortisol, so you can avoid tilt and ranked anxiety while you play with precision.[11][12]

3. Ginkgo Biloba goes beyond the normal Caffeine-kick by further enhancing  neurotrasmitters associated with alertness, motivation and learning in your pre-frontal cortex, the area of your brain associated with planning and strategic thinking.[13][14][15]

So, why pay more for an average energy boost, when you can pay less and get a full brain boost?!

Why a Capsule? (Is it Safe?)

Of course, anything in a pill deserves a bit of skepticism – which is why we list all the ingredients, quantities and scientific research right here on the website – that way you know exactly what’s in it and why! Not to mention eAdvantage has been approved by Health Canada; a third-party federal health organization, so you can be sure of its safety and legitimacy!

But why not make eAdvantage into an energy drink? Well to make an energy drink taste good you need to pump it full of sugar and artificial sweeteners. These can have negative health effects, cause energy crashes and ultimately causes you to perform even worse!

So we designed eAdvantage for performance, not for flavor! Sure, this means we’re met with much more skepticism from casual players, but for the serious gamers who care most about their performance and results, then eAdvantage just makes sense!

HOW DOES EADVANTAGE WORK? (THE SCIENCE)

It works by combining 6 brain-boosting ingredients including Ginkgo Biloba, Caffeine and L-theanine which synergistically have 3 main effects…

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ALPHA BRAIN WAVES

Unlike caffeine on its own, Caffeine and L-theanine work together synergistically to enhance Alpha Brain Waves which essentially puts your brain into a state of calm, focus and alertness that’s more conducive for a kind of flow state. [1][2][3]

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BLOOD FLOW

The second big benefit is from Ginkgo Biloba, which helps you fight off brain-fog and stay mentally sharp for longer due to its adaptogenic (anti-stress) properties and ability to enhance blood flow and thus nutrients and oxygen supply for your brain.[4][5]

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BDNF INCREASE

The combination of Ginkgo Biloba and L-Theanine work to enhance your learning and memory by each stimulating Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF) which is like miracle grow for brain cells.[6][7][8][9] 

More Reviews of eAdvantage!

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SlayerGramps – Overwatch Streamer

There’s no crash… It gives you that extra push of alertness and readiness that you get from a cup of coffee, but makes you feel 10x better as time goes on throughout the day!” – SlayerGramps

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Kersey – Competitive Rocket League Captain/Player

“I honestly didn’t believe a product like this, containing natural substances, could have such an impact on my gaming experience. I’ve never been able to play with such incredible instinct and outstanding accuracy. My game sense becomes my sixth sense. ” – Kersey

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Furtive – DotA & PUBG Streamer

“For me, I don’t feel extreme energy as in “fake” energy but with eAdvantage it feels more authentic… And when it comes to gaming performance it really does help a lot!” – Furtive

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THEGAMINGDEFINITION – COD YOUTUBER

“After a long day, it definitely gives me an energy boost, helps me focus, helps me react faster and generally makes decisions faster as well!” – TGD

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CliffDogg – Fighting Game Streamer

“I had no jitters, no crashes… it did exactly what it was supposed to do, help me focus when I was playing fighting games and be attentive to my stream. I was happy with eAdvantage and I think it can work wonders for others.” – CliffDogg

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Mangachu – Competitive Overwatch Player

“Honestly I’m a big fan of it, been using it before scrims and it helps!” – Mangachu

The Science of Improved Gaming Performance

The eAdvantage formula goes far beyond your typical energy drink or focus supplement by using unique ingredients that have been shown to boost focus and energy, as well as enhance memory, cognitive function and more. But how might these brain-boosts affect gaming performance?

Increase Information Processing Accuracy (RVIP) by 13.94%

Rapid visual information processing is a test in which participants must processes information and look for patterns, then react as fast as possible. During a competitive game you are processing and lot of information, discovering patterns and reacting. If you fail to effectively process this information and identify these patterns, you will miss out on every opportunity to beat the enemy. But with improved processing accuracy you will capitalize on every opportunity and dominate every game… When looking at clinical testing scores for Rapid Visual Information Processing Accuracy, Caffeine & L-Theanine combination is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 13.94% [16]

Increase Reaction Time by 9.27%

Reaction time is notoriously important for competitive gaming, and it is so for a good reason. With poor reaction time you will fall victim to your enemy, unable to block their moves, and unable to get passed their defense. But with a higher reaction time you will constantly be one step ahead of your enemy, making plays you didn’t even know you were capable of… When looking at clinical testing scores for Simple Reaction Time, Caffeine & L-Theanine combination is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 9.27%. [16]

Increase Alertness by 19.49%

Alertness if the ability to identify relevant information and react accordingly. If you lack alertness you will process and retain less information, making it harder to improve your skills, making you react slower, and overall, causing you to perform way worse than you are capable of. But with higher alertness you will retain more information, react faster, and have better accuracy. But more importantly, your alertness controls your level of engagement. And the more you’re engaged, the more you can channel your full brain power into the game… When looking at clinical testing scores for Self-Reported Alertness, Caffeine & L-Theanine combination is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 19.49%. [16]

Increase Memory by 30.01%

Quality of memory is a measure of mnemonic performance derived by combining scores from “secondary memory” and “working memory” factors. Since memory is so important for learning, poor memory can result in slower skill development and slower progression in the ranks. But by improving your memory you will be able to encode new information easier, allowing you learn new strategies, new characters, and new skills much faster… When looking at baseline changes in clinical testings for quality of memory, Ginkgo Biloba is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 30.01%. [17]

Increase Speed of Attention by 48.21%

Speed of attention is defined as the speed at which you can apply or shift your focus. Since every game includes many different variables that require your attention, you need to be able to shift attention from one thing to another in rapid succession. If you are even milliseconds too slow you may not be able to escape a critical situation, or take action in a game-changing moment… When looking at baseline changes in clinical testings for speed of attention, Ginkgo biloba is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 48.21%. [17]

Increase Performance Accuracy by 30.08%

Performance accuracy is a measurement of precision in carrying out a given task. Poor performance accuracy can result in lower accuracy in FPS games, less success when carrying out combos, and overall a lower win-rate. With higher performance accuracy you will have better in-game accuracy, be able to effectively carry out combos, and execute every action with complete precision… When looking at clinical testing scores for performance accuracy, L-Theanine is shown to outperform the placebo by an average of 30.08%. [18]

Increase Information Processing Accuracy (RVIP) by 13.94%

Rapid visual information processing is a test in which participants must processes information and look for patterns, then react as fast as possible. During a competitive game you are processing and lot of information, discovering patterns and reacting. If you fail to effectively process this information and identify these patterns, you will miss out on every opportunity to beat the enemy. But with improved processing accuracy you will capitalize on every opportunity and dominate every game… When looking at clinical testing scores for Rapid Visual Information Processing Accuracy, Caffeine & L-Theanine combination is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 13.94% [16]

Increase Reaction Time by 9.27%

Reaction time is notoriously important for competitive gaming, and it is so for a good reason. With poor reaction time you will fall victim to your enemy, unable to block their moves, and unable to get passed their defense. But with a higher reaction time you will constantly be one step ahead of your enemy, making plays you didn’t even know you were capable of… When looking at clinical testing scores for Simple Reaction Time, Caffeine & L-Theanine combination is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 9.27%. [16]

Increase Speed of Attention by 48.21%

Speed of attention is defined as the speed at which you can apply or shift your focus. Since every game includes many different variables that require your attention, you need to be able to shift attention from one thing to another in rapid succession. If you are even milliseconds too slow you may not be able to escape a critical situation, or take action in a game-changing moment… When looking at baseline changes in clinical testings for speed of attention, Ginkgo biloba is shown to outperform the placebo by as much as 48.21%. [17]

eAdvantage Video Testimonials

TheGamingDefinition – CoD YouTuber

“it definitely gives me an energy boost, helps me focus, helps me react faster and generally makes decisions faster as well!”

AceDolo – Rainbow 6 Streamer

“It takes out all of the extras. No extra sugars. And it’s got this thing called Ginkgo Biloba… its really good!”

CairuCan – HotS Streamer

“eAdvantage really helps give me that pick-me-up I need, without feeling too overstimulating, and helps me to focus and play my best even when I’m too tired.

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How Much Can You Improve in 30 Days?

The synergy of brain-boosting ingredients goes beyond a simple energy boost – it’s designed to help you stay energized and focused on your path to esports mastery.

So try eAdvantage for 30 days and see what you’re able to accomplish with it!

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So try eAdvantage for 30 days and see what you’re able to accomplish with it!

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Not sure if eAdvantage will work for you? Well, if you do not see results after taking eAdvantage for 30 days, you can return your empty bottle for a full product refund. We know you’ll love it!

In the realm of competitive gaming, any little boost can give you the edge you need to beat your opponent, rank up, win a tournament and achieve success as a competitive gamer. Likewise, any small boost that competition has, that you don’t, will put you at a complete disadvantage…

Don’t play at a disadvantage!

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THE BRAIN BOOSTING FORMULA

THE BRAIN BOOSTING FORMULA

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Ginkgo Biloba

Ginkgo Biloba comes from the Maidenhair Tree. Its leaves have been cultivated for centuries for medicinal purposes. The Ginkgo leaf extract has been reported to have neuroprotective, anticancer, cardioprotective, and stress alleviating effects. But most importantly Ginkgo Biloba has been shown to significantly enhances memory and concentration[17][19]
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Caffeine & L-Theanine

Caffeine is the most widely used psychoactive substance in the world, most commonly found in coffee. L-Theanine is an amino acid found in tea.

Caffeine & L-Theanine work together synergistically, to produce cognitive benefits not seen when either is used alone. Caffeine & L-Theanine improve performance on word recognition tests, rapid visual information processing, attention, and mood[20][21][22][23][24][25][26][27]

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Vitamin B6 & B12

Vitamin B6 is essential for generating new red blood cells, maintaining neurological function, and DNA synthesis. [28]

Vitamin B12 is associated with improvements of short-term and long-term memory. [29][30][31] Vitamin B12 is often found in energy drinks and supplements in the form of Cyanocobalamin, mostly due to how cheap this form is. But in eAdvantage you will find the much more superior, and bio-available form, methylcobalamin. This means that eAdvantage will be able to supply your body with vitamin B12 much more effectively.

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Vitamin D3

Vitamin D is often referred to as the “sunshine vitamin” because it is produced in your skin in response to sunlight. Unfortunately as a competitive gamer it’s easy to become deficient in this vitamin. Unfortunately deficiency can lead to fatigue, brain fog, and negative mood. But supplementation of Vitamin D to correct a deficiency can prevent such negative effects and may even improve general performance. [32] As a nice bonus, vitamin D has even been shown to protect the brain. [33]

eAdvantage Ingredients and Use

Supplement Facts (1)
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HEALTH CANADA APPROVED
Obtaining Health Canada approval for a Natural Product Number (NPN) is a difficult process. Many supplement companies never complete this process, which involves rigorous testing and research. We trust the quality and sources of our ingredients, so we went ahead and attained our NPN certification.

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eAthlete Labs is 100% Transparent
We don’t hide our ingredients like most other supplement companies. You will not see a proprietary blend on any of our bottles. This way, you know exactly what you’re consuming.


Frequently Asked Questions

Should I take eAdvantage everyday?

We recommend you take one serving (2 capsules) of eAdvantage on a daily basis, but taking off at least 1 or 2 days per week to get the maximum effect.

Can I be banned in tournaments for using eAdvantage?

No. According to the World Anti-Doping Agency, none of the ingredients found in eAdvantage are banned in competitive gaming (eSports). Feel free to look at the list yourself to discover what substances are banned:

https://www.wada-ama.org/en/prohibited-list

Is eAdvantage a drug?

Nope, not a drug! It is a dietary supplement which can be defined as: “a product taken orally that contains one or more ingredients (such as vitamins or amino acids) that are intended to supplement one’s diet and are not considered food.”

Is it basically Adderall?

No, no, no. Adderall is a short-term stimulant that’s a banned substance in eSports and comes with major health risks. eAdvantage is made with ingredient that provide long-term cognitive enhancement, and are scientifically proven to be safe and effective.

What are nootropics?

The term “nootropics” describes a broad classification of compounds with cognitive enhancing properties, which have minimal side-effects and are appropriate for long-term use.

How are the ingredients in eAdvantage sourced?

eAdvantage is only made with the high quality and high potency ingredients. To make sure of this, we work closely with our suppliers to make sure every substance contains a high concentration of it’s active ingredient. Then each ingredient in eAdvantage undergoes its own Certificate of Analysis (CoA) which specifies the quality, content and purity of the raw ingredient.

How is eAdvantage manufactured?

eAdvantage is manufactured in a state of the art facility which meets and exceeds industry standards. The facility is cGMP certified, which is conducted by independent third party auditors. cGMP facilities strictly adhere to regulatory guidelines which include employee training, record-keeping, machine systems and operations, testing and sourcing materials.

What does it mean to be Health Canada Approved?

eAdvantage has acquired its Natural Product Number with Health Canada, which is a difficult process that many supplement companies don’t undertake.
This process requires evidence reports for each ingredient based on scientific data, studies, traditional medicine and information that supports the product’s health claims and dosage of the ingredients. As well as fully finished product testing to be done by third party laboratories licensed with Health Canada.
This makes eAthlete Labs, one of the few nootropic supplement companies to hold a licence with a governmental safety body.

Should I take eAdvantage everyday?

We recommend you take one serving (2 capsules) of eAdvantage on a daily basis, but taking off at least 1 or 2 days per week to get the maximum effect.

Can I be banned in tournaments for using eAdvantage?

No. According to the World Anti-Doping Agency, none of the ingredients found in eAdvantage are banned in competitive gaming (eSports). Feel free to look at the list yourself to discover what substances are banned:

https://www.wada-ama.org/en/prohibited-list

Is eAdvantage a drug?

Nope, not a drug! It is a dietary supplement which can be defined as: “a product taken orally that contains one or more ingredients (such as vitamins or amino acids) that are intended to supplement one’s diet and are not considered food.”

Is it basically Adderall?

No, no, no. Adderall is a short-term stimulant that’s a banned substance in eSports and comes with major health risks. eAdvantage is made with ingredient that provide long-term cognitive enhancement, and are scientifically proven to be safe and effective.

What are nootropics?

The term “nootropics” describes a broad classification of compounds with cognitive enhancing properties, which have minimal side-effects and are appropriate for long-term use.

How are the ingredients in eAdvantage sourced?

eAdvantage is only made with the high quality and high potency ingredients. To make sure of this, we work closely with our suppliers to make sure every substance contains a high concentration of it’s active ingredient. Then each ingredient in eAdvantage undergoes its own Certificate of Analysis (CoA) which specifies the quality, content and purity of the raw ingredient.

How is eAdvantage manufactured?

eAdvantage is manufactured in a state of the art facility which meets and exceeds industry standards. The facility is cGMP certified, which is conducted by independent third party auditors. cGMP facilities strictly adhere to regulatory guidelines which include employee training, record-keeping, machine systems and operations, testing and sourcing materials.

What does it mean to be Health Canada Approved?

eAdvantage has acquired its Natural Product Number with Health Canada, which is a difficult process that many supplement companies don’t undertake.
This process requires evidence reports for each ingredient based on scientific data, studies, traditional medicine and information that supports the product’s health claims and dosage of the ingredients. As well as fully finished product testing to be done by third party laboratories licensed with Health Canada.
This makes eAthlete Labs, one of the few nootropic supplement companies to hold a licence with a governmental safety body.

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4. Mashayekh, A., Pham, D. L., Yousem, D. M., Dizon, M., Barker, P. B., & Lin, D. D. (2010). Effects of Ginkgo biloba on cerebral blood flow assessed by quantitative MR perfusion imaging: A pilot study. Neuroradiology, 53(3), 185-191. doi:10.1007/s00234-010-0790-6

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14. Yoshitake, T., Yoshitake, S., & Kehr, J. (2010). The Ginkgo biloba extract EGb 761® and its main constituent flavonoids and ginkgolides increase extracellular dopamine levels in the rat prefrontal cortex. British Journal of Pharmacology, 159(3), 659-668. doi:10.1111/j.1476-5381.2009.00580.x

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