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Title Sleep Deprivation and Cognition / edited by Hans P.A. Van Dongen, Paul Whitney, John M. Hinson, Kimberly A. Honn, Michael W.L. Chee
Imprint Cambridge, MA : Academic Press, 2019
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Edition First edition
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Series Progress in brain research ; 246
Progress in brain research ; 246
Note Includes bibliographical references
Front Cover; Sleep Deprivation and Cognition; Copyright; Contributors; Contents; Preface; References; Chapter 1: Sleep deprivation, effort allocation and performance; 1. Introduction; 2. Perspectives on sleep deprivation and effort; 3. Neuroeconomic perspectives on effort; 4. Sleep deprivation, subjective effort, and motivational reduction; 5. Sleep deprivation and motivated performance; 6. Sleep deprivation and effort-based decision-making; 7. Neural correlates of effort-based decision-making; 8. What makes performance under sleep deprivation effortful?
9. Limitations and practical relevance10. Conclusion; References; Chapter 2: The impact of sleep deprivation on declarative memory; 1. Introduction; 2. Memory stages and sleep; 2.1. Encoding; 2.1.1. Conclusion; 2.2. Consolidation; 2.2.1. Conclusion; 2.3. Retrieval; 2.3.1. Conclusion; 3. Limitations and future directions; References; Chapter 3: Adolescent sleep restriction effects on cognition and mood; 1. Introduction; 2. Adolescent sleep restriction and cognitive functioning; 3. Possible mechanisms underlying cognitive impairment; 4. Adolescent sleep restriction and mood
5. Mechanisms underlying affective effects of sleep restriction6. Gaps in the literature and future research directions; 7. Concluding remarks; References; Chapter 4: Self-regulation and social behavior during sleep deprivation; 1. Introduction and overview; 2. Behavioral regulation; 2.1. Sleep deprivation and self-regulation of eating behavior; 2.2. Sleep loss, stress, and reward; 3. Emotional regulation; 4. Social behavior; 4.1. Sleep deprivation, negative interaction, and withdrawal; 5. Toward an integrated theory of the impact of sleep deprivation on social cognition
6. Agenda for physical, psychological, and social health promotion in the face of sleep deprivation7. Conclusions; References; Chapter 5: A dynamic attentional control framework for understanding sleep deprivation effects on cognition; 1. Introduction; 2. PFC functions and SD; 3. A dynamic attentional control framework; 4."Complex cognition"and SD reconsidered; 5. Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 6: Unraveling the genetic underpinnings of sleep deprivation-induced impairments in human cognition; 1. Introduction
2. Pharmacogenetics to elucidate molecular-genetic contributions to sleep deprivation and cognition2.1. System perturbations with pharmacological interventions and sleep deprivation; 2.2. Theory-driven selection of gene targets: Proof of concept; 2.3. Selective sampling: Proof of concept; 2.4. System perturbation, theory-driven genotyping, and deep phenotyping; 3. Sleep deprivation, individual differences, and cognitive endophenotyping; 3.1. Genetically explained phenotypic variance; 3.2. Statistical focus on between-subject variance; 3.3. Cognitive endophenotyping
'Sleep Deprivation and Cognition, ' Volume 247 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. Key Features: 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 Readership: Everyone working in cognitive neuroscience and everyone studying the effects of sleep deprivation on cognition. -- Provided by publisher
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Subject Cognition
Sleep deprivation -- Psychological aspects
Sleep deprivation
Sleep Deprivation
Sleep Deprivation -- psychology
HEALTH & FITNESS -- Diseases -- General. bisacsh
MEDICAL -- Clinical Medicine. bisacsh
MEDICAL -- Diseases. bisacsh
MEDICAL -- Evidence-Based Medicine. bisacsh
MEDICAL -- Internal Medicine. bisacsh
Cognition. fast (OCoLC)fst00866457
Sleep deprivation. fast (OCoLC)fst01120839
Sleep deprivation -- Psychological aspects. fast (OCoLC)fst01120842
Electronic books
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Alt Author Whitney, Paul, ditor
Hinson, John M., editor
Chee, Michael W. L., editor
Honn, Kimberly A., editor
Dongen, Hans P. A. van, 1969- editor
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