6 edition of Sleep and cognition found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Richard R. Bootzin, John F. Kihlstrom, and Daniel L. Schacter.|
|Contributions||Bootzin, Richard R., 1940-, Kihlstrom, John F., Schacter, Daniel L., Arizona Conference on Sleep and Cognition (1989 : Tucson, Ariz.)|
|LC Classifications||QP425 .S664 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 205 p. :|
|Number of Pages||205|
|LC Control Number||90000672|
Sleep is an ancestral and primitive behaviour, an important part of life thought to be essential for restoration of body and mind. As adults, we spend approximately a third of our lives asleep and as we progress through life there are certain shifts in sleep architecture, most notably in sleep by: 7. Therefore, studying the relationship between habitual sleep duration and cognition in an extended naturalistic setting is of increasing importance. In addition, the link between sleep and higher-order cognitive functions, which require interaction between Author: Janna Mantua, Guido Simonelli.
(). Sleep’s Role in the Consolidation of Emotional Episodic Memories. Current Directions in Psychological Science. 19(5), -  Tamminen, J., Payne J. D., Stickgold R., Wamsley E. J., & Gaskell G. M. (). Sleep Spindle Activity is Associated with the Integration of New Memories and Existing Knowledge. But before you buy that sleep-learning app, Züst cautions that we still have a lot to learn before we can apply this research outside the lab. “Timing is key. Not all of slow wave sleep is conducive to sleep learning. You really need to hit those up-states,” Züst says.
There are two basic types of sleep: rapid eye movement (REM) sleep and non-REM sleep (which has three different stages). Each is linked to specific brain waves and neuronal activity. You cycle through all stages of non-REM and REM sleep several times during a typical night, with increasingly longer, deeper REM periods occurring toward morning. Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is the transitional state between intact cognitive functioning and dementia. The most common diagnostic criteria was proposed by Petersen (Petersen ), and includes those with a decline in cognitive functioning, while controlling for their particular age and education level, combined with a relatively intact performance in activities of daily : Erin L. Cassidy-Eagle, Allison Siebern.
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The present chapter provides a selective overview of the major effects of sleep deprivation on cognition, including its effects on alertness and vigilance, sensory perception, emotion, learning.
Importantly, these risks increase with even mild sleep deprivation of hours per night (that’s about 6 hours of sleep). While you are hopefully convinced that sleep is important for many reasons, our focus as learning scientists is on cognition and the ability to learn and remember, so for this blog post I will describe one particular.
This volume focuses on the interplay of mind and motion—the bidirectional link between thought and action. In particular, it investigates the implications that this coupling has for decision making. How do we anticipate the consequences of choices and how is the brain able to represent these choice options and their potential consequences?5/5(1).
Sleep Deprivation: Stimulant Medications and Cognition provides a review, synthesis and analysis of the scientific literature concerning stimulant medications and neurobehavioral performance, with an emphasis on critically evaluating the practical utility of these agents for maintaining cognitive performance and alertness in sleep-deprived (but otherwise healthy) : Hardcover.
Chapter 6 - Unraveling the genetic underpinnings of sleep deprivation-induced impairments in human cognition Brieann C. Satterfield, Benjamin Stucky, Hans. Book Condition: UNused book w/ minor ding/s.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: The Proceedings of the Arizona Conference on Sleep and Cognition, held in Tucson, Jan.Cambridge Core - Psychiatry - Sleep Deprivation, Stimulant Medications, and Cognition - edited by Nancy J.
Wesensten. This chapter provides a concise overview of the available literature assessing sleep loss in the context of social cognition and judgment. Sleep loss has been shown to unmask biases, prejudices.
Walker: Sleep in Cognition and Emotion Sleep Stage REM AWAKE NREM-1 NREM-2 NREM-3 NREM-4 Time 12am 1am 2am 3am 4am 5am 6am 7am R E M S W S stage-2 N R E M Figure 1. The human sleep cycle. Across the night, NREM and REM sleep cycle every 90 minutes in an ultradian manner, while the ratio of NREM to REM sleep shifts.
During the. Chapter 11 - Sleep loss and accidents—Work hours, life style, and sleep pathology Torbjörn Åkerstedt, Pierre Philip, Aurore Capelli, Göran Kecklund Pages The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Human Sleep and Cognition, Part II: Clinical and Applied Research by Elsevier Science at Barnes & Noble.
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Y1 - /1/1. N2 - Sleep deprivation is commonplace in modern society, but its far-reaching effects on cognitive performance are only beginning to be understood from a scientific by: Because other chapters in this book cover the human and imaging sleep and cognition data, including the effects of sleep deprivation, we will only list some of the other effects that could give clues as to the mechanisms of sleep impacting cognition by: In the edited volume Sleep Deprivation, Stimulant Medications, and Cognition, 6 editor Nancy Wesensten addresses this issue with an emphasis on pharmacological countermeasures.
Focusing primarily on the use of stimulants medications as fatigue countermeasures in healthy but sleep-deprived populations, the book provides a holistic view that. 'Sleep Deprivation and Cognition, ' Volume 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.
Bringing together leading international researchers, the book will provide an essential overview of the relationship between sleep and cognition. Beginning with an introduction to the various functions of sleep, the book will then consider different assessment methodologies, and the.
2 Abstract The experiment was designed to test the effect of sleep deprivation on basic levels of cognitive function. We predicted that there would be decreased performance during tests of cognitive function with reduced levels of Size: KB. This article explores the link between sleep and cognition by reviewing (1) the effects of sleep deprivation on cognition, (2) the influence of sleep on consolidation of declarative and non‐declarative memory, and (3) some proposed models of how sleep facilitates memory consolidation in by: function, thereby furthering our understanding of the link between sleep and cognition.
(JINS,18, 1–10) Keywords: Parkinson’s disease, Sleep, Cognition, Executive function, Actigraphy, Memory INTRODUCTION Studies relating sleep to cognition in healthy individuals have indicated that sleep quality may affect memory and executive function.
Kate Simon is a postdoctoral researcher in the Sleep and Cognition Lab at UC Irvine. Prior to joining, Kate received her B.A. at UC Berkeley where her interest in the science of sleep and development was sparked while working as a research assistant for Drs. Matt Walker, Allison Harvey, and Joseph Campos.Sleep feeds creativity, synthesizes new ideas, and leads you to “ah ha” moments.
Research shows that we need good sleep to feed our high-level, innovative thinking and problem solving abilities. As you sleep, memories are reactivated, connections between brain cells are strengthened, and information is transferred from short to long-term.A University of Pennsylvania animal study found that extended wakefulness can injure neurons essential for alertness and cognition — and that the damage might be permanent.
Short sleep may also be linked to shrinking brain volume, though it's not clear whether the lack of sleep causes the brain to shrink or whether a smaller brain makes it Author: Gabrielle Degroot Redford.