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Neuropsychological Functioning Associated with High-Altitude Exposure
- J. Virués-Ortega, G. Buela-Casal, E. Garrido, B. Alcázar
- PsychologyNeuropsychology Review
- 1 December 2004
The available literature on respiratory, circulatory, and brain determinants on adaptation to hypoxia that are hypothesized to be responsible for neuropsychological impairment due to altitude are summarized and methodological flaws found in the literature are detailed.
Circadian typology and individual differences. A review
Comparative study of international academic rankings of universities
- G. Buela-Casal, O. Gutiérrez-Martínez, María Paz Bermúdez-Sánchez, Oscar Vadillo-Muñoz
- 13 March 2007
Results show that, although some indicators differ considerably across selected rankings and even many indicators are unique, indicators referred to research and scientific productivity from university academic staff have a prominent role across all approaches.
Age-related changes and gender differences in time estimation.
Electrodermal activity during total sleep deprivation and its relationship with other activation and performance measures
The results support previous TSD reports and demonstrate the sensitivity of SRL to TSD, and convert SRL into an interesting and useful measure in this field.
CPAP and behavioral therapies in patients with obstructive sleep apnea: effects on daytime sleepiness, mood, and cognitive function.
The effects of continuous positive air pressure treatment on anxiety and depression levels in apnea patients
- A. I. Sánchez, G. Buela-Casal, M. Bermúdez, F. Casas-Maldonado
- PsychologyPsychiatry and clinical neurosciences
- 1 December 2001
The results indicate that there exist statistically significant differences in depression levels after 1 month and after 3 months of CPAP treatment (P < 0.05), and a drop in depression symptomatology was observed in both experimental conditions.
Attentional deficits in fibromyalgia and its relationships with pain, emotional distress and sleep dysfunction complaints
- E. Miró, J. Lupiáñez, E. Hita, M.P. Martínez, A.I. Sánchez, G. Buela-Casal
- PsychologyPsychology & health
- 3 March 2011
It is highlighted that the treatment of sleep difficulties in FM patients may help with some of their cognitive complaints and Vigilance and alertness showed several relations with depression, anxiety and sleep quality.
What do the scientists think about the impact factor?
Surprisingly, there is a negative correlation between the number of articles published by the respondents and their opinion on the impact factor, and the results show that the opinion is slightly above the median which could be understood as “neither positive nor negative”.