The effect of 40 h constant wakefulness on task-switching efficiency.

@article{Bratzke2009TheEO,
  title={The effect of 40 h constant wakefulness on task-switching efficiency.},
  author={Daniel Bratzke and Bettina Rolke and Michael B. Steinborn and Rolf Ulrich},
  journal={Journal of sleep research},
  year={2009},
  volume={18 2},
  pages={167-72}
}
This study investigated efficiency of switching between different tasks in 12 male participants (19-30 years) during 40 h of constant wakefulness. As index of task-switching efficiency, switch costs in reaction time were assessed every 3 h under controlled behavioural and environmental conditions. Overall reaction times and switch costs showed a temporal pattern consistent with the assumption of a combined influence of a sleep homeostatic and a circadian process. An additional analysis… CONTINUE READING

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