Homeostatic sleep pressure and responses to sustained attention in the suprachiasmatic area.

@article{Schmidt2009HomeostaticSP,
  title={Homeostatic sleep pressure and responses to sustained attention in the suprachiasmatic area.},
  author={Christina Schmidt and Fabienne Collette and Yves Leclercq and Virginie Sterpenich and Gilles Vandewalle and Pierre Berthomier and Christian Berthomier and Christophe Phillips and Gilberte Tinguely and Annabelle Darsaud and Steffen Gais and Manuel Schabus and Martin Desseilles and Thien Thanh Dang-Vu and Eric Salmon and Evelyne Balteau and Christian Degueldre and Andr{\'e} Luxen and Pierre Maquet and Christian Cajochen and Philippe Peigneux},
  journal={Science},
  year={2009},
  volume={324 5926},
  pages={516-9}
}
Throughout the day, cognitive performance is under the combined influence of circadian processes and homeostatic sleep pressure. Some people perform best in the morning, whereas others are more alert in the evening. These chronotypes provide a unique way to study the effects of sleep-wake regulation on the cerebral mechanisms supporting cognition. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging in extreme chronotypes, we found that maintaining attention in the evening was associated with higher… CONTINUE READING

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