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Sleep disturbances, work stress and work hours: a cross-sectional study.
OBJECTIVE The study examined the multivariate relationship between disturbed sleep and different work-related and background/life style factors. METHODS 5720 healthy employed men and women livingExpand
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Relations between performance and subjective ratings of sleepiness during a night awake.
The present study validated the nine-point Karolinska Sleepiness Scale (KSS) and the new Accumulated Time with Sleepiness (ATS) scale against performance of laboratory tasks. The ATS scale wasExpand
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Shift work, sleep, and sleepiness - differences between shift schedules and systems.
In this narrative review, we examined what level of research evidence is available that shift workers' sleep-wake disturbances can be minimized through ergonomic shift scheduling. We classified theExpand
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Mental fatigue, work and sleep.
OBJECTIVE The study examined the multivariate relationship between mental fatigue and different work-related (work load, work hours) and background/life style factors, as well as disturbed sleep. Expand
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Impaired alertness and performance driving home from the night shift: a driving simulator study
Driving in the early morning is associated with increased accident risk affecting not only professional drivers but also those who commute to work. The present study used a driving simulator toExpand
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Disturbed Sleep in Shift Workers, Day Workers, and Insomniacs
Very little is known about differences in sleep between day and shift workers in representative samples of the population. This study compared a national representative sample (N=3400) of shift (withExpand
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Driver sleepiness and individual differences in preferences for countermeasures
The aim of the present national questionnaire study was to relate the use of sleepiness countermeasures among drivers to possible explanatory factors such as age, sex, education, professionalExpand
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Subjective sleepiness, simulated driving performance and blink duration: examining individual differences
The present study aimed to provide subject‐specific estimates of the relation between subjective sleepiness measured with the Karolinska Sleepiness Scale (KSS) and blink duration (BLINKD) and laneExpand
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Sleepiness and Performance in Response to Repeated Sleep Restriction and Subsequent Recovery during Semi‐Laboratory Conditions
There is an ongoing debate of how best to measure the effects of sleep loss in a reliable and feasible way, partly because well controlled laboratory studies and field studies have come to differentExpand
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Reaction of sleepiness indicators to partial sleep deprivation, time of day and time on task in a driving simulator – the DROWSI project
Studies of driving and sleepiness indicators have mainly focused on prior sleep reduction. The present study sought to identify sleepiness indicators responsive to several potential regulators ofExpand
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