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Risk-taking and other effects of sleep loss on brain function and behaviour
Event-related activity and phase locking during a psychomotor vigilance task over the course of sleep deprivation
Sleep deprivation suppresses the increase of rapid eye movement density across sleep cycles
Caffeine protects against increased risk-taking propensity during severe sleep deprivation
Temporal profile of prolonged, night-time driving performance: breaks from driving temporarily reduce time-on-task fatigue but not sleepiness
Slow eye movement detection can prevent sleep-related accidents effectively in a simulated driving task
Daytime symptom patterns in insomnia sufferers: is there evidence for subtyping insomnia?
Case-control study of subjective and objective differences in sleep patterns in older adults with insomnia symptoms
Identification of problems in functioning of people with sleep disorders in a clinical setting using the International Classification of Functioning Disability and Health (ICF) Checklist
Long-term effectiveness of cognitive-behavioural self-help intervention for nightmares
The attitudes to CPAP treatment inventory: development and initial validation of a new tool for measuring attitudes to CPAP treatment
Relationships between polysomnographic variables, parameters of glucose metabolism, and serum androgens in obese adolescents with polycystic ovarian syndrome
Sleep disturbances, body mass index and eating behaviour in undergraduate students
Sleep disorders and work performance: findings from the 2008 National Sleep Foundation Sleep in America poll