Sleep, sleepiness, and performance
This collection of papers, contributed by experts, explores the many different facets of human sleepiness in both normal and pathological states. It discusses the interrelations between sleepiness, sleep and performance, the physiological and rhythmic underpinnings of sleepiness, the distinctions between subjective and objective sleepiness, the importance of sleep and sleepiness in cognitive restitution. It also considers sleepiness pathology, sleep disorders and the use of pharmacological agents to increase or decrease sleepiness.
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PERFORMANCE AND SLEEPINESS
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