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Things about sleep


Belenky, Gregory, Nancy J. Wesensten, David R. Thorne, Maria L. Thomas, Helen C. Sing, Daniel P. Redmond, Michael B. Russo, and Thomas J. Balkin. 2003. “Patterns of Performance Degradation and Restoration During Sleep Restriction and Subsequent Recovery: A Sleep Dose-Response Study.” Journal of Sleep Research 12 (1): 1–12.

Chee, Michael W. L., Jiat Chow Tan, Hui Zheng, Sarayu Parimal, Daniel H. Weissman, Vitali Zagorodnov, and David F. Dinges. 2008. “Lapsing During Sleep Deprivation Is Associated with Distributed Changes in Brain Activation.” The Journal of Neuroscience 28 (21): 5519–28.

Dinges, David F. 1995. “An Overview of Sleepiness and Accidents.” Journal of Sleep Research 4 (December): 4–14.

Durmer, Jeffrey S., and David F. Dinges. 2005. “Neurocognitive Consequences of Sleep Deprivation.” In SEMINARS IN NEUROLOGY. Vol. 25.

Foster, Russell G., and Katharina Wulff. 2005. “The Rhythm of Rest and Excess.” Nature Reviews Neuroscience 6 (5): 407–14.

Gomes, Ana Allen, José Tavares, and Maria Helena P. de Azevedo. 2011. “Sleep and Academic Performance in Undergraduates: A Multi-Measure, Multi-Predictor Approach.” Chronobiology International 28 (9): 786–801.

Hafner, Marco, Martin Stepanek, Jirka Taylor, Wendy Troxel, and Christian Stolk. 2016. “Why Sleep Matters – the Economic Costs of Insufficient Sleep: A Cross-Country Comparative Analysis.” RAND Corporation.

Harrison, Y., and J. A. Horne. 2000. “The Impact of Sleep Deprivation on Decision Making: A Review.” Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied 6 (3): 236–49.

Heugten-van der Kloet, Dalena van, Timo Giesbrecht, and Harald Merckelbach. 2015. “Sleep Loss Increases Dissociation and Affects Memory for Emotional Stimuli.” Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 47 (June): 9–17.

Killgore, William D. S., Ellen T. Kahn-Greene, Erica L. Lipizzi, Rachel A. Newman, Gary H. Kamimori, and Thomas J. Balkin. 2008. “Sleep Deprivation Reduces Perceived Emotional Intelligence and Constructive Thinking Skills.” Sleep Medicine 9 (5): 517–26.

Levandovski, Rosa, Giovana Dantas, Luciana Carvalho Fernandes, Wolnei Caumo, Iraci Torres, Till Roenneberg, Maria Paz Loayza Hidalgo, and Karla Viviani Allebrandt. 2011. “Depression Scores Associate with Chronotype and Social Jetlag in a Rural Population.” Chronobiology International 28 (9): 771–78.

Lockley, Steven W., John W. Cronin, Erin E. Evans, Brian E. Cade, Clark J. Lee, Christopher P. Landrigan, Jeffrey M. Rothschild, et al. 2004. “Effect of Reducing Interns’ Weekly Work Hours on Sleep and Attentional Failures.” New England Journal of Medicine 351 (18): 1829–37.

Lucassen, Eliane A., Xiongce Zhao, Kristina I. Rother, Megan S. Mattingly, Amber B. Courville, Lilian de Jonge, Gyorgy Csako, and Giovanni Cizza. 2013. “Evening Chronotype Is Associated with Changes in Eating Behavior, More Sleep Apnea, and Increased Stress Hormones in Short Sleeping Obese Individuals.” PLoS ONE 8 (3): e56519.

Mohtashami, Fariba, Allison Thiele, Erwin Karreman, and John Thiel. 2014. “Comparing Technical Dexterity of Sleep-Deprived Versus Intoxicated Surgeons.” JSLS: Journal of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons / Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons 18 (4).

Olders, Henry. 2003. “Average Sunrise Time Predicts Depression Prevalence.” Journal of Psychosomatic Research 55 (2): 99–105.

O’Leary, Eanna. 2009. “Workplace Stress, Sleep Loss and Well-Being: Implications for Public Health Policy.” Summer School 2009, 209.

Reynolds, Amy C., and Siobhan Banks. 2010. “Total Sleep Deprivation, Chronic Sleep Restriction and Sleep Disruption.” Progress in Brain Research 185: 91–103.

Roenneberg, Till, Karla V. Allebrandt, Martha Merrow, and Céline Vetter. 2012. “Social Jetlag and Obesity.” Current Biology 22 (10): 939–43.

Roenneberg, Till, Tim Kuehnle, Myriam Juda, Thomas Kantermann, Karla Allebrandt, Marijke Gordijn, and Martha Merrow. 2007. “Epidemiology of the Human Circadian Clock.” Sleep Medicine Reviews 11 (6): 429–38.

Selvi, Yavuz, Adem Aydin, Murat Boysan, Abdullah Atli, Mehmed Yucel Agargun, and Lutfullah Besiroglu. 2010. “Associations Between Chronotype, Sleep Quality, Suicidality, and Depressive Symptoms in Patients with Major Depression and Healthy Controls.” Chronobiology International 27 (9-10): 1813–28.

Stickgold, Robert, and Matthew P. Walker. 2005. “Memory Consolidation and Reconsolidation: What Is the Role of Sleep?” Trends in Neurosciences 28 (8): 408–15.

Takahashi, Masaya. 2012. “Prioritizing Sleep for Healthy Work Schedules.” Journal of Physiological Anthropology 31: 6.

Van Cauter, Eve, Karine Spiegel, Esra Tasali, and Rachel Leproult. 2008. “Metabolic Consequences of Sleep and Sleep Loss.” Sleep Medicine 9 Suppl 1 (September): S23–28.

Van Dongen, Hans P. A., Greg Maislin, Janet M. Mullington, and David F. Dinges. 2003. “The Cumulative Cost of Additional Wakefulness: Dose-Response Effects on Neurobehavioral Functions and Sleep Physiology from Chronic Sleep Restriction and Total Sleep Deprivation.” Sleep 26 (2): 117–26.

Walker, Matthew P., and Robert Stickgold. 2004. “Sleep-Dependent Learning and Memory Consolidation.” Neuron 44 (1): 121–33.

Williamson, A, and A. Feyer. 2000. “Moderate Sleep Deprivation Produces Impairments in Cognitive and Motor Performance Equivalent to Legally Prescribed Levels of Alcohol Intoxication.” Occupational and Environmental Medicine 57 (10): 649–55.