Sleep Deprivation and Cognition, Vol 247

  • ID: 4720964
  • Book
  • 358 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Sleep Deprivation and Cognition, Volume 247, the latest release in the Progress in Brain Research series, covers the effects of sleep deprivation, with this new release featuring sections on the Impact of sleep deprivation on long-term memory, Adolescent sleep restriction effects on cognition and mood, Self- regulation and social behavior during sleep deprivation, Experiential decision-making and the effects of sleep loss, Sleep deprivation and dynamic attentional control, a Pharmacogenetic approach to understanding sleep deprivation and cognition, Neuroimaging of functional connectivity in the sleep-deprived brain: what does it tell us?, and more.

  • Brings together scientists working in the area of sleep deprivation with scientists involved in research and theory in cognitive neuroscience
  • Fosters theory-driven research on sleep loss and cognition while also advancing a general understanding of cognitive neuroscience
  • Provides a foundation for the design of countermeasures to prevent human errors and accidents caused by sleep loss
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1. Sleep deprivation
effort regulation and performance Scott Huettel, Stijn Massar and Julian Lim 2. Impact of sleep deprivation on long-term memory Guillén Fernandez and James Cousins 3. Adolescent sleep restriction effects on cognition and mood June Lo, Michael WL Chee and Michelle Anne Short 4. Self regulation and social behavior during sleep deprivation Kathryn Demos and Jillian Dorrian 5. Experiential decision making and the effects of sleep loss Paul Whitney, John Hinson, Kimberly Honn, Hans P.A. Van Dongen and Amy T. Nusbaum 6. Sleep deprivation and dynamic attentional control Paul Whitney, John Hinson and Amy T. Nusbaum 7. Pharmacogenetic approach to understanding sleep deprivation and cognition Hans-Peter Landolt, Hans P.A. Van Dongen, Benjamin Stucky and Brieann Satterfield 8. Neuroimaging of functional connectivity in the sleep-deprived brain: what does it tell us? Michael WL Chee and Juan Zhou 9. Theoretical development and practical utility of cognitive domains as operational constructs in the investigation of fatigue Glenn Gunzelmann, J. Lynn Caldwell and Stephen James
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