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Quantification of sleepiness: a new approach.
The Stanford Sleepiness Scale (SSS) is a self-rating scale which is used to quantify progressive steps in sleepiness. The present study investigated whether the SSS cross-validates with performance
Guidelines for the multiple sleep latency test (MSLT): a standard measure of sleepiness.
The multiple sleep latency test (MSLT) is used in the assessment and diagnosis of disorders of excessive somnolence and to evaluate daytime sleepiness in relation to various therapeutic or
Ontogenetic development of the human sleep-dream cycle.
REPORTS Stratigraphy of the Wisconsin Range, Horlick Mountains, Antarctica, and Dechlorination of DDT by Aerobacter aerogenes, Antarctica.
Amplified RNA synthesized from limited quantities of heterogeneous cDNA.
A method for producing amplified heterogeneous populations of RNA from limited quantities of cDNA and sequences for cyclophilin and guanine nucleotide-binding protein (G-protein) alpha subunits have been detected in aRNA derived from single cerebellar tissue sections.
The effects of sleep extension on the athletic performance of collegiate basketball players.
Improvements in specific measures of basketball performance after sleep extension indicate that optimal sleep is likely beneficial in reaching peak athletic performance.
Pubertal changes in daytime sleepiness.
No gender differences were found in daytime sleepiness for children at similar Tanner stages, but more mature children were significantly sleepier at 1330 and 1530 than in the late afternoon and evening.