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Research publications of the Human Sleep and Cognition Laboratory

 

This overview (last updated on February 21, 2021) includes research published by the Human Sleep and Cognition Laboratory in the Sleep and Performance Research Center at Washington State University and the laboratories of several of our collaborators. When requesting copies of our publications, please adhere to applicable copyright laws.

Sleep loss and cognitive performance

 

Banks S, Landon LB, Dorrian J, Waggoner LB, Centofanti SA, Roma PG, Van Dongen HPA (2019). Effects of fatigue on teams and their role in 24/7 operations. Sleep Medicine Reviews 48: 101216. (Request PDF)

Banks S, Van Dongen HPA, Maislin G, Dinges DF (2010). Neurobehavioral dynamics following chronic sleep restriction: Dose-response effects of one night for recovery. Sleep 33: 1013-1026. (Request PDF)

Chavali VP, Riedy SM, Van Dongen HPA (2017). Signal-to-Noise Ratio in PVT performance as a cognitive measure of the effect of sleep deprivation on the fidelity of information processing. Sleep 40: zsx016. (Request PDF)

Clark J, Van Dongen HPA (2012). Benefits of napping in shift work. MX Fatigue focus 4(1): 3-4. (Download PDF)

Doran SM, Van Dongen HPA, Dinges DF (2001). Sustained attention performance during sleep deprivation: Evidence of state instability. Archives of Italian Biology 139: 253-267. (Request PDF)

Dawson D, Reynolds AC, Van Dongen HPA, Thomas MJW (2018). Determining the likelihood that fatigue was present in a road accident: A theoretical review and suggested accident taxonomy. Sleep Medicine Reviews 42: 202-210. (Request PDF)

Forsman PM, Vila BJ, Short RA, Mott CG, Van Dongen HPA (2013). Efficient driver drowsiness detection at moderate levels of drowsiness. Accident Analysis and Prevention 50: 341-350. (Request PDF)

Fournier LR, Hansen DA, Stubblefield AM, Van Dongen HPA (2020). Action plan interrupted: Resolution of proactive interference while coordinating execution of multiple action plans during sleep deprivation. Psychological Research 84: 454-467. (Request PDF)

Foy DJ, Van Dongen HPA (2011). Safety, economic and health consequences of sleep loss and fatigue in shift work. MX Fatigue focus 3(1): 5. (Download PDF)

Grant DA, Honn KA, Layton ME, Riedy SM, Van Dongen HPA (2017). 3-minute smartphone-based and tablet-based psychomotor vigilance tests for the assessment of reduced alertness due to sleep deprivation. Behavior Research Methods 49: 1020-1029. (Request PDF)

Hansen DA, Layton ME, Riedy SM, Van Dongen HPA (2019). Psychomotor vigilance impairment during total sleep deprivation is exacerbated in sleep-onset insomnia. Nature and Science of Sleep 11: 401-410. (Request PDF)

Hansen DA, Ramakrishnan S, Satterfield BC, Wesensten NJ, Layton ME, Reifman J, Van Dongen HPA (2019). Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover study of the effects of repeated-dose caffeine on neurobehavioral performance during 48 h of total sleep deprivation. Psychopharmacology 236: 1313-1322. (Request PDF)

Hansen DA, Satterfield BC, Layton ME, Van Dongen HPA (2021). Sleep deprivation and sleep-onset insomnia are associated with blunted physiological reactivity to stressors. Military Medicine 186 (S1): 246-252. (Request PDF)

Honn KA, Grant DA, Hinson JM, Whitney P, Van Dongen HPA (2018). Total sleep deprivation does not significantly degrade semantic encoding. Chronobiology International 35: 746-749. (Request PDF)

Honn KA, Halverson T, Jackson ML, Krusmark M, Chavali VP, Gunzelmann G, Van Dongen HPA (2020). New insights into the cognitive effects of sleep deprivation by decomposition of a cognitive throughput task. Sleep 43: zsz319. (Request PDF)

Honn KA, Hinson JM, Whitney P, Van Dongen HPA (2019). Cognitive flexibility: A distinct element of performance impairment due to sleep deprivation. Accident Analysis and Prevention 126: 191-197. (Request PDF)

Honn KA, Riedy SM, Grant DA (2015). Validation of a portable, touch-screen Psychomotor Vigilance Test. Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance 86: 428-434. (Request PDF)

Hudson AN, Hansen DA, Hinson JM, Whitney P, Layton ME, DePriest DM, Van Dongen HPA, Honn KA (2020). Speed/accuracy trade-off in the effects of acute total sleep deprivation on a sustained attention and response inhibition task. Chronobiology International 37: 1441-1444. (Request PDF)

Hudson AN, Van Dongen HPA, Honn KA (2020). Sleep deprivation, vigilant attention, and brain function: A review. Neuropsychopharmacology 45: 21-30. (Request PDF)

Hurdiel R, Monaca C, Mauvieux B, McCauley P, Van Dongen HPA, Theunynck D (2012). Field study of sleep and functional impairments in solo sailing races. Sleep and Biological Rhythms 10: 270-277. (Request PDF)

Hurdiel R, Van Dongen HPA, Aron C, McCauley P, Jacolot L, Theunynck D (2014). Sleep restriction and degraded reaction-time performance in Figaro solo sailing races. Journal of Sports Sciences 32: 172-174. (Request PDF)

Jackson JE, Sanquist T, Campbell J, Lee EB, Van Dongen HPA (2013). Fatigue in highway construction workers: Risks and countermeasures in rapid renewal project schedules. Transportation Research Record 2347: 11-18. (Request PDF)

Jackson ML, Gunzelmann G, Whitney P, Hinson JM, Belenky G, Rabat A, Van Dongen HPA (2013). Deconstructing and reconstructing cognitive performance in sleep deprivation. Sleep Medicine Reviews 17: 215-225. (Request PDF)

Jackson ML, Van Dongen HPA (2011). Cognitive effects of sleepiness. In Thorpy MJ, Billiard M (Eds.), Sleepiness: Causes, Consequences and Treatment. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 72-81. (Request PDF)

James L, Smart D, Odom-Maryon T, Honn KA, Rowan S (2019). Sleep deprivation in Air National Guard medical personnel responding to simulated disaster-training exercises. Military Psychology 31: 138-146. (Request PDF)

Lawrence-Sidebottom D, Hinson JM, Whitney P, Van Dongen HPA, Honn KA (2020). Reversal learning deficits during sleep deprivation: Investigating the role of information acquisition failures. Chronobiology International 37: 1445-1451. (Request PDF)

Mollicone DJ, Van Dongen HPA, Rogers NL, Banks S, Dinges DF (2010). Time of day effects on neurobehavioral performance during chronic sleep restriction. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine 81: 735-744. (Request PDF)

Mollicone DJ, Van Dongen HPA, Rogers NL, Dinges DF (2008). Response surface mapping of neurobehavioral performance: Testing the feasibility of split sleep schedules for space operations. Acta Astronautica 63: 833-840. (Request PDF)

Oonk M, Davis CJ, Krueger JM, Wisor JP, Van Dongen HPA (2011). Investigating the two-trial Y-maze as a performance assay for short-duration sleep deprivation studies in C57BL/6 mice. Sleep-Wake Research in The Netherlands 22: 72-75. (Download PDF)

Oonk M, Davis CJ, Krueger JM, Wisor JP, Van Dongen HPA (2015). Sleep deprivation and time-on-task performance decrement in the rat psychomotor vigilance task. Sleep 38: 445-451. (Request PDF)

Ratcliff R, Van Dongen HPA (2018). The effects of sleep deprivation on item and associative recognition memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 44: 193-208. (Request PDF)

Riedy SM, Dawson D, Vila B (2019). U.S. police rosters: Fatigue and public complaints. Sleep 42: zsy231. (Request PDF)

Riedy SM, Grant DA, Van Dongen HPA (2013). Comparison of the SPANE and PANAS scales for measuring self-reported affect during total sleep deprivation. Sleep-Wake Research in The Netherlands 24: 102-105. (Download PDF)

Satterfield BC, Van Dongen HPA (2013). Occupational fatigue, underlying sleep and circadian mechanisms, and approaches to fatigue risk management. Fatigue: Biomedicine, Health and Behavior 1: 118-136. (Request PDF)

Sorta DM, Whitney P, Hinson JM, Van Dongen HPA, Satterfield BC, Wesensten NJ, Layton ME, Grant DA (2016). Impact of sleep deprivation and caffeine on working memory management. Sleep-Wake Research in The Netherlands 27: 35-38. (Download PDF)

Sparrow AR, LaJambe CM, Van Dongen HPA (2019). Drowsiness measures for commercial motor vehicle operations. Accident Analysis and Prevention 126: 146-159. (Request PDF)

Sparrow AR, Mollicone DJ, Kan K, Bartels R, Satterfield BC, Riedy SM, Unice A, Van Dongen HPA (2016). Naturalistic field study of the restart break in US commercial motor vehicle drivers: Truck driving, sleep, and fatigue. Accident Analysis and Prevention 93: 55-64. (Request PDF)

Tucker AM, Whitney P, Belenky G, Hinson JM, Van Dongen HPA (2010). Effects of sleep deprivation on dissociated components of executive functioning. Sleep 33: 47-57. (Request PDF)

Uyhelji HA, Kupfer DM, White VL, Jackson ML, Van Dongen HPA, Burian DM (2018). Exploring gene expression biomarker candidates for neurobehavioral impairment from total sleep deprivation. BMC Genomics 19: 341. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Balkin TJ, Hursh SR (2016). Performance deficits during sleep loss and their operational consequences. In Kryger MH, Roth T, Dement WC (Eds.), Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine (6th ed.). Elsevier, Philadelphia: 682-688. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Belenky G (2008). Alertness level. In Binder MD, Hirokawa N, Windhorst U (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. Springer, Berlin: 75-77. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Belenky G, Krueger JM (2011). A local, bottom-up perspective on sleep deprivation and neurobehavioral performance. Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry 11: 2414-2422. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Belenky G, Krueger JM (2011). Investigating the temporal dynamics and underlying mechanisms of cognitive fatigue. In Ackerman PL (Ed.), Cognitive Fatigue: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Current Research and Future Applications. American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.: 127-147. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Dinges DF (2003). Sleep debt and cumulative excess wakefulness. Sleep 26: 249. (Download PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Dinges DF (2005). Sleep, circadian rhythms, and psychomotor vigilance performance. Clinics in Sports Medicine 24: 237-249. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Hursh SR (2010). Fatigue, performance, errors, and accidents. In Kryger MH, Roth T, Dement WC (Eds.), Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine (5th ed.). Elsevier Saunders, St. Louis: 753-759. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Jackson ML, Raj S (2010). Sleep and fatigue science 101. MX Fatigue focus 2(1): 7-9. (Download PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Maislin G, Mullington JM, Dinges DF (2003). The cumulative cost of additional wakefulness: Dose-response effects on neurobehavioral functions and sleep physiology from chronic sleep restriction and total sleep deprivation. Sleep 26: 117-126. (Download PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Rogers NL, Dinges DF (2003). Sleep debt: Theoretical and empirical issues. Sleep and Biological Rhythm 1: 5-13. (Request PDF)

Vanderheyden WM, Van Dongen HPA, Frank MG, Gerstner JR (2019). Sleep pressure regulates mushroom body neural-glial interactions in Drosophila. Matters Select 201903000008. (Request PDF)

Waggoner LB, Grant DA, Van Dongen HPA, Belenky G, Vila B (2012). A combined field and laboratory design for assessing the impact of night shift work on police officer operational performance. Sleep 35: 1575-1577. (Request PDF)

Watson NF, Van Dongen HPA (2020). Sleep restriction and human physiology and behavior: Questions posed, answers found? Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine 16: 7S-8S. (Request PDF)

Whitney P, Hinson JM, Jackson ML, Van Dongen HPA (2015). Feedback blunting: Total sleep deprivation impairs decision making that requires updating based on feedback. Sleep 38: 745-754. (Request PDF)

Whitney P, Hinson JM, Satterfield BC, Grant DA, Honn KA, Van Dongen HPA (2017). Sleep deprivation diminishes attentional control effectiveness and impairs flexible adaptation to changing conditions. Scientific Reports 7: 16020. (Request PDF)

Wilson M, Riedy SM, Himmel M, English A, Burton J, Albritton S, Johnson K, Morgan P, Van Dongen HPA (2018). Sleep quality, sleepiness and the influence of workplace breaks: A cross-sectional survey of health-care workers in two US hospitals. Chronobiology International 35: 849-852. (Request PDF)

Fatigue and performance modeling

 

Avinash D, Crudele CP, Amin DD, Robinson BM, Dinges DF, Van Dongen HPA (2005). Parameter estimation for a biomathematical model of psychomotor vigilance performance under laboratory conditions of chronic sleep restriction. Sleep-Wake Research in The Netherlands 16: 39-42. (Download PDF)

Gross JB, Gunzelmann G, Gluck KA, Van Dongen HPA, Dinges DF (2006). Computational modeling of the combined effects of circadian rhythm and sleep deprivation. In Sun R, Miyake N (Eds.), Proceedings of the Twenty-Eighth Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah: 297-302. (Request PDF)

Gunzelmann G, Gluck KA, Kershner J, Van Dongen HPA, Dinges DF (2007). Understanding decrements in knowledge access resulting from increased fatigue. In McNamara DS, Trafton JG (Eds.), Proceedings of the Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah: 329-334. (Request PDF)

Gunzelmann G, Gluck KA, Price S, Van Dongen HPA, Dinges DF (2007). Decreased arousal as a result of sleep deprivation: The unraveling of cognitive control. In Gray WD (Ed.), Integrated Models of Cognitive Systems. Oxford University Press, New York: 243-253. (Request PDF)

Gunzelmann GK, Gluck KA, Van Dongen HPA, O’Connor RM, Dinges DF (2005). A neurobehaviorally inspired ACT-R model of sleep deprivation: Decreased performance in psychomotor vigilance. In Bara BG, Barsalou L, Bucciarelli M (Eds.), Proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah: 857-862. (Request PDF)

Gunzelmann G, Moore LR Jr, Gluck KA, Van Dongen HPA, Dinges DF (2008). Individual differences in sustained vigilant attention: Insights from computational cognitive modeling. In Love BC, McRae K, Sloutsky VM (Eds.), Proceedings of the Thirtieth Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Cognitive Science Society, Austin: 2017-2022. (Request PDF)

Gunzelmann G, Moore LR Jr, Gluck KA, Van Dongen HPA, Dinges DF (2009). Examining sources of individual variation in sustained attention. In Taatgen N, Van Rijn H (Eds.), Proceedings of the Thirty-First Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Cognitive Science Society, Austin: 608-613. (Request PDF)

Gunzelmann G, Moore LR Jr, Gluck KA, Van Dongen HPA, Dinges DF (2011). Fatigue in sustained attention: Generalizing mechanisms for time awake to time on task. In Ackerman PL (Ed.), Cognitive Fatigue: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Current Research and Future Applications. American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.: 83-101. (Request PDF)

Halverson T, Gunzelmann G, Moore LR Jr, Van Dongen HPA (2010). Modeling the effects of work shift on learning in a mental orientation and rotation task. In Salvucci DD, Gunzelmann G (Eds.), Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling. Drexel University, Philadelphia: 79-84. (Request PDF)

Hursh SR, Balkin TJ, Van Dongen HPA (2016). Sleep and performance prediction modeling. In Kryger MH, Roth T, Dement WC (Eds.), Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine (6th ed.). Elsevier, Philadelphia: 689-696. (Request PDF)

Hursh SR, Van Dongen HPA (2010). Fatigue and performance modeling. In Kryger MH, Roth T, Dement WC (Eds.), Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine (5th ed.). Elsevier Saunders, St. Louis: 745-752. (Request PDF)

James FO, Waggoner LB, Weiss PM, Patterson PD, Higgins JS, Lang ES, Van Dongen HPA (2018). Does implementation of biomathematical models mitigate fatigue and fatigue-related risks in Emergency Medical Services operations? A systematic review. Prehospital Emergency Care 22: 69-80. (Request PDF)

Kogan C, Kalachev L, Van Dongen HPA (2016). Prediction accuracy in multivariate repeated-measures Bayesian forecasting models. Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine 4724395. (Request PDF)

Kronauer RE, Gunzelmann G, Van Dongen HPA, Doyle III FJ, Klerman EB (2007). Uncovering physiologic mechanisms of circadian rhythms and sleep/wake regulation through mathematical modeling. Journal of Biological Rhythms 22: 233-245. (Request PDF)

McCauley P, Kalachev LV, Mollicone DJ, Banks S, Dinges DF, Van Dongen HPA (2013). Dynamic circadian modulation in a biomathematical model for the effects of sleep and sleep loss on waking neurobehavioral performance. Sleep 36: 1987-1997. (Request PDF)

McCauley P, Kalachev LV, Smith AD, Belenky G, Dinges DF, Van Dongen HPA (2009). A new mathematical model for the homeostatic effects of sleep loss on neurobehavioral performance. Journal of Theoretical Biology 256: 227-239. (Request PDF)

McCauley P, McCauley ME, Van Dongen HPA (2009). Mathematical model of sleep loss. Sleep Research Society Bulletin 15: 17-18. (Download PDF)

Mollicone D, Kan K, Mott C, Bartels R, Bruneau S, Van Wollen M, Sparrow AR, Van Dongen HPA (2019). Predicting performance and safety based on driver fatigue. Accident Analysis and Prevention 126: 142-145. (Request PDF)

Olofsen E, Dinges DF, Van Dongen HPA (2004). Nonlinear mixed-effects modeling: Individualization and prediction. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine 75: A134-A140. (Request PDF)

Olofsen E, Van Dongen HPA, Mott CG, Balkin TJ, Terman D (2010). Current approaches and challenges to development of an individualized sleep and performance prediction model. Open Sleep Journal 3: 24-43. (Request PDF)

Rangan S, Bowman JL, Hauser WJ, McDonald WW, Lewis RA, Van Dongen HPA (2013). Integrated fatigue modeling in crew rostering and operations. Canadian Aeronautics and Space Journal 59: 1-6. (Request PDF)

Rangan S, Riedy SM, Bassett R, Klinck ZA, Hagerty P, Schek E, Zhang Y, Hursh SR, Van Dongen HPA (2020). Predictive and proactive fatigue risk management approaches in commercial aviation. Chronobiology International 37: 1479-1482. (Request PDF)

Rangan S, Van Dongen HPA (2013). Quantifying fatigue risk in model-based fatigue risk management. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine 84: 155-157. (Request PDF)

Raslear TG, Hursh SR, Van Dongen HPA (2011). Predicting cognitive impairment and accident risk. Progress in Brain Research 190: 155-167. (Request PDF)

Ratcliff R, Van Dongen HPA (2009). Sleep deprivation affects multiple distinct cognitive processes. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 16: 742-751. (Request PDF)

Ratcliff R, Van Dongen HPA (2011). Diffusion model for one-choice reaction time tasks and the cognitive effects of sleep deprivation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108: 11285-11290. (Request PDF)

Riedy SM, Fekedulegn D, Andrew M, Vila B, Dawson D, Violanti J (2020). Generalizability of a biomathematical model of fatigue’s sleep predictions. Chronobiology International 37: 564-572. (Request PDF)

Riedy SM, Roach GD, Dawson D (2020). Sleep-wake behaviors exhibited by shift workers in normal operations and predicted by a biomathematical model of fatigue. Sleep 43: zsaa049. (Request PDF)

Smith AD, Genz A, Freiberger DM, Belenky G, Van Dongen HPA (2009). Efficient computation of confidence intervals for Bayesian model predictions based on multidimensional parameter space. Methods in Enzymology 454: 213-231. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA (2004). Comparison of mathematical model predictions to experimental data of fatigue and performance. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine 75: A15-A36. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA (2010). Predicting sleep/wake behavior for model-based fatigue risk management. Sleep 33: 144-145. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Balkin TJ (2004). Commentary on modeling performance and alertness: the QinetiQ approach. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine 75: A104-A105. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Belenky G (2012). Model-based fatigue risk management. In Matthews G, Desmond PA, Neubauer C, Hancock PA (Eds.), The Handbook of Operator Fatigue. Ashgate, Farnham: 487-506. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Dinges DF (2003). Investigating the interaction between the homeostatic and circadian processes of sleep-wake regulation for the prediction of waking neurobehavioural performance. Journal of Sleep Research 12: 181-187. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Mott CG, Huang JK, Mollicone DJ, McKenzie FD, Dinges DF (2007). Confidence intervals for individualized performance models. Sleep 30: 1083. (Download PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Mott CG, Huang JK, Mollicone DJ, McKenzie FD, Dinges DF (2007). Optimization of biomathematical model predictions for cognitive performance impairment in individuals: Accounting for unknown traits and uncertain states in homeostatic and circadian processes. Sleep 30: 1129-1143. (Download PDF)

Walsh MM, Gunzelmann G, Van Dongen HPA (2014). Comparing accounts of psychomotor vigilance impairment due to sleep loss. In Bello P, Guarini M, McShane M, Scassellati B (Eds.), Proceedings of the 36th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Cognitive Science Society, Austin: 1742-1747. (Request PDF)

Walsh MM, Gunzelmann G, Van Dongen HPA (2017). Computational cognitive modeling of the temporal dynamics of fatigue from sleep loss. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 24: 1785-1807. (Request PDF)

Zaslona JL, Van Dongen HPA (2010). Scheduling and managing fatigue in a less than perfect world. MX Fatigue focus 2(4): 4-5. (Download PDF)

Individual differences in sleep loss effects

 

Campbell IG, Van Dongen HPA, Gainer M, Karmouta E, Feinberg I (2018). Differential and interacting effects of age and sleep restriction on daytime sleepiness and vigilance in adolescence: a longitudinal study. Sleep 41: zsy177. (Request PDF)

Chee MWL, Van Dongen HPA (2013). Functional imaging of inter-individual differences in response to sleep deprivation. In Nofzinger E, Maquet P, Thorpy MJ (Eds.), Neuroimaging of Sleep and Sleep Disorders. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 154-162.(Request PDF)

Dubowy CM, Moravcevic K, Yue Z, Wan JY, Van Dongen HPA, Sehgal A (2016). Genetic dissociation of daily sleep and sleep following thermogenetic sleep deprivation in Drosophila. Sleep 39: 1083-1095. (Request PDF)

Erwin JA, Skeiky L, Satterfield BC, Paech GM, Layton ME, Van Dongen HPA, Hansen DA (2020). Robustness of inter-individual differences in slow wave sleep for daytime sleep periods after total sleep deprivation with or without caffeine administration: Potential implications for around-the-clock operations. Chronobiology International 37: 1465-1468. (Request PDF)

Forsman PM, Van Dongen HPA (2017). Age effects and individual differences in cognitive impairment due to sleep loss. In Byrne C, Castelnovo S, Tomalin G, Williams J (Eds.), Reference Module in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology. Elsevier, Cambridge: 1-5. (Request PDF)

Grant DA, Van Dongen HPA (2013). Individual differences in sleep duration and responses to sleep loss. In Shaw PJ, Tafti M, Thorpy MJ (Eds.), The Genetic Basis of Sleep and Sleep Disorders. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 189-196. (Request PDF)

King AC, Belenky G, Van Dongen HPA (2009). Performance impairment consequent to sleep loss: determinants of resistance and susceptibility. Current Opinion in Pulmonary Medicine 15: 559-564. (Request PDF)

Lammers-van der Holst HM, Van Dongen HPA, Drosopoulos S, Kerkhof GA (2016). Inter-individual differences in sleep response to shift work in novice police officers – A prospective study. Chronobiology International 33: 671-677. (Request PDF)

Lammers-van der Holst HM, Van Dongen HPA, Kerkhof GA (2006). Are individuals’ nighttime sleep characteristics prior to shift-work exposure predictive for parameters of daytime sleep after commencing shift work? Chronobiology International 23: 1217-1227. (Request PDF)

Luik AI, Tucker AM, Whitney P, Hinson JM, Belenky G, Van Dongen HPA (2008). Inter-individual differences in performance on a letter verbal fluency task during sleep deprivation. Sleep-Wake Research in The Netherlands 19: 105-108. (Download PDF)

Muck RA, Van Dongen HPA, Schmidt MA, Wisor JP, Layton ME, DePriest DM, Honn KA, Satterfield BC (2020). DRD2 C957T genotype modulates the time-on-task effect during total sleep deprivation. Chronobiology International 37: 1457-1460. (Request PDF)

Oonk M, Tucker AM, Belenky G, Van Dongen HPA (2008). Excessive sleepiness: determinants, outcomes, and context. International Journal of Sleep and Wakefulness 1: 141-147. (Download PDF)

Pellegrino R, Kavakli IH, Goel N, Cardinale CJ, Dinges DF, Kuna STR, Maislin G, Van Dongen HPA, Tufik S, Hogenesch JB, Hakonarson H, Pack AI (2014). A novel BHLHE41 variant is associated with sleep phenotypes in humans. Sleep 37: 1327-1336. (Request PDF)

Satterfield BC, Hinson JM, Whitney P, Schmidt MA, Wisor JP, Van Dongen HPA (2018). Catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT) genotype affects cognitive control during total sleep deprivation. Cortex 99: 179-186. (Request PDF)

Satterfield BC, Stucky B, Landolt HP, Van Dongen HPA (2019). Unraveling the genetic underpinnings of sleep deprivation-induced impairments in human cognition. Progress in Brain Research 246: 127-158. (Request PDF)

Satterfield BC, Wisor JP, Field SA, Schmidt MA, Van Dongen HPA (2015). TNFα G308A polymorphism is associated with resilience to sleep deprivation-induced psychomotor vigilance performance impairment in healthy young adults. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity 47: 66-74. (Request PDF)

Satterfield BC, Wisor JP, Schmidt MA, Van Dongen HPA (2017). Time-on-task effect during sleep deprivation in healthy young adults is modulated by dopamine transporter genotype. Sleep 40: zsx167. (Request PDF)

Skeiky L, Brager AJ, Satterfield BC, Petrovick M, Balkin TJ, Capaldi VF, Ratcliffe RH, Van Dongen HPA, Hansen DA (2020). TNFα G308A genotype, resilience to sleep deprivation, and the effect of caffeine on psychomotor vigilance performance in a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover study. Chronobiology International 37: 1461-1464. (Request PDF)

Stakofsky AB, Baynard MD, Dinges DF, Van Dongen HPA (2004). Candidate predictors of vulnerability to sleep deprivation. Sleep-Wake Research in The Netherlands15: 80-83. (Download PDF)

Tarokh L, Rusterholz T, Achermann P, Van Dongen HPA (2015). The spectrum of the non-rapid eye movement sleep EEG following total sleep deprivation is trait-like. Journal of Sleep Research 24: 360-363. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA (2005). Analysis of inter- and intra-individual variability. Journal of Sleep Research 14: 201-203. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA (2005). Brain activation patterns and individual differences in working memory impairment during sleep deprivation. Sleep 28: 386-388. (Download PDF)

Van Dongen HPA (2006). Shift work and inter-individual differences in sleep and sleepiness. Chronobiology International 23: 1139-1147. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA (2012). Connecting the dots: From trait vulnerability during total sleep deprivation to individual differences in cumulative impairment during sustained sleep restriction. Sleep 35: 1031-1033. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Baynard MD, Maislin G, Dinges DF (2004). Systematic interindividual differences in neurobehavioral impairment from sleep loss: Evidence of trait-like differential vulnerability. Sleep 27: 423-433. (Download PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Belenky G (2009). Individual differences in vulnerability to sleep loss in the work environment. Industrial Health 47: 518-526. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Bender AM, Dinges DF (2012). Systematic individual differences in sleep homeostatic and circadian rhythm contributions to neurobehavioral impairment during sleep deprivation. Accident Analysis and Prevention 45S: 11-16. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Caldwell JA Jr, Caldwell JL (2006). Investigating systematic individual differences in sleep-deprived performance on a high-fidelity flight simulator. Behavior Research Methods 38: 333-343. (Download PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Caldwell JA Jr, Caldwell JL (2011). Individual differences in cognitive vulnerability to fatigue in the laboratory and in the workplace. Progress in Brain Research 190: 145-153. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Maislin G, Dinges DF (2004). Dealing with inter-individual differences in the temporal dynamics of fatigue and performance: Importance and techniques. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine 75: A147-A154. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Olofsen E, Dinges DF, Maislin G (2004). Mixed-model regression analysis and dealing with interindividual differences. Methods in Enzymology 384: 139-171. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Vitellaro KM, Dinges DF (2005). Individual differences in adult human sleep and wakefulness: Leitmotif for a research agenda. Sleep 28: 479-496. (Download PDF)

Webber SR, Sherman MR, Tucker AM, Belenky G, Van Dongen HPA (2007). Introversion, Type A personality, and resilience to cognitive impairment from sleep loss. Sleep-Wake Research in The Netherlands 18: 131-134. (Download PDF)

Sleep physiology

 

Banks S, Jackson ML, Van Dongen HPA (2012). Neuroscience of sleep and circadian rhythms. In Matthews G, Desmond PA, Neubauer C, Hancock PA (Eds.), The Handbook of Operator Fatigue. Ashgate, Farnham: 173-184. (Request PDF)

Bender AM, Tucker AM, Knittle KA, Belenky G, Van Dongen HPA (2007). Slow wave activity in the first NREM episode is a trait marker in addition to a homeostatic state marker. Sleep-Wake Research in The Netherlands 18: 33-36. (Download PDF)

Blaauw MSJ, Tung L-T, Baynard MD, Dinges DF, Van Dongen HPA (2002). Trait-like inter-individual differences in sleep cycle duration. Sleep-Wake Research in The Netherlands 13: 16-19. (Download PDF)

Gander P, Signal L, Van Dongen HPA, Muller D, Van den Berg M (2010). Stable inter-individual differences in slow-wave sleep during nocturnal sleep and naps. Sleep and Biological Rhythms 8: 239-244. (Request PDF)

Gerstner JR, Perron IJ, Riedy SM, Yoshikawa T, Kadotani H, Owada Y, Van Dongen HPA, Galante RJ, Dickinson K, Yin JCP, Pack AI, Frank MG (2017). Normal sleep requires the astrocyte brain-type fatty acid binding protein FABP7. Science Advances 3: e1602663. (Request PDF)

Kishi A, Van Dongen HPA, Natelson BH, Bender AM, Palombini LO, Bittencourt L, Tufik S, Ayappa I, Rapoport DM (2017). Sleep continuity is positively correlated with sleep duration in laboratory nighttime sleep recordings. PLoS ONE 12: e0175504. (Request PDF)

Krueger JM, Rector DM, Roy S, Van Dongen HPA, Belenky G, Panksepp J (2008). Sleep as a fundamental property of neuronal assemblies. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 9: 910-919. (Request PDF)

Luik AI, Bender AM, Tucker AM, Belenky G, Van Dongen HPA (2008). Systematic inter-individual differences in polysomnographic sleep variables. Sleep-Wake Research in The Netherlands 19: 109-112. (Download PDF)

Mollicone DJ, Van Dongen HPA, Dinges DF (2007). Optimizing sleep/wake schedules in space: Sleep during chronic nocturnal sleep restriction with and without diurnal naps. Acta Astronautica 60: 354-361. (Request PDF)

Møst EIS, Baynard MD, Fox CG, Blaauw MSJ, Ballas C, Dinges DF, Van Dongen HPA (2003). On the relationship between inter-individual differences in performance impairment from sleep loss and inter-individual differences in sleep architecture. Sleep-Wake Research in The Netherlands 14: 55-58. (Download PDF)

Rector DM, Schei JL, Van Dongen HPA, Belenky G, Krueger JM (2009). Physiological markers of local sleep. European Journal of Neuroscience 29: 1771-1778. (Request PDF)

Rusterholz T, Tarokh L, Van Dongen HPA, Achermann P (2017). Interindividual differences in the dynamics of the homeostatic process are trait-like and distinct for sleep versus wakefulness. Journal of Sleep Research 26: 171-178. (Request PDF)

Smith AD, Tucker AM, Van Dongen HPA (2006). Systematic inter-individual variability in sleep variables: Comparing findings from the general population to twin study results. Sleep-Wake Research in The Netherlands 17: 107-111. (Download PDF)

Tucker AM, Dinges DF, Van Dongen HPA (2007). Trait interindividual differences in the sleep physiology of healthy young adults. Journal of Sleep Research 16: 170-180. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA (2005). Polysomnography entails no more than minimal risk. Sleep 28: 276. (Download PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Rector DM, Belenky G, Krueger JM (2010). Sleep, a localized phenomenon of the brain. In Kryger MH (Ed.), Atlas of Clinical Sleep Medicine. Elsevier Saunders, Philadelphia: 27-29. (Request PDF)

Vanderheyden WM, Goodman AG, Taylor RH, Frank MG, Van Dongen HPA, Gerstner JR (2018). Astrocyte expression of the Drosophila TNF-alpha homologue, Eiger, regulates sleep in flies. PLoS Genetics 14: e1007724. (Request PDF)

Circadian rhythms

 

Bender AM, Van Dongen HPA, Samuels CH (2018). Sleep quality and chronotype differences between elite athletes and non-athlete controls. Clocks & Sleep 1: 3-12. (Request PDF)

Dakup PP, Porter KI, Little AA, Gajula RP, Zhang H, Skornyakov E, Kemp MG, Van Dongen HPA, Gaddameedhi S (2018). The circadian clock regulates cisplatin-induced toxicity and tumor regression in melanoma mouse and human models. Oncotarget 9: 14524-14538. (Request PDF)

Gabehart RJ, Van Dongen HPA (2016). Circadian rhythms in sleepiness, alertness, and performance. In Kryger MH, Roth T, Dement WC (Eds.), Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine (6th ed.). Elsevier, Philadelphia: 388-395. (Request PDF)

Gazendam JAC, Van Dongen HPA, Grant DA, Freedman NS, Zwaveling JH, Schwab R (2013). Altered circadian rhythmicity in patients in the ICU. Chest 144: 483-489. (Request PDF)

Goel N, Stunkard AJ, Rogers NL, Van Dongen HPA, Allison KC, O’Reardon JP, Ahima RS, Cummings DE, Heo M, Dinges DF (2009). Circadian rhythm profiles in women with night eating syndrome. Journal of Biological Rhythms 24: 85-94. (Request PDF)

Grant DA, Van Dongen HPA (2012). A comparison of the distribution of chronotypes in two geographical locations. Sleep-Wake Research in The Netherlands 23: 49-52. (Download PDF)

Halverson T, Gunzelmann G, Moore LR Jr, Van Dongen HPA (2010). The effects of work shift and strategy on an orientation task. In Ohlsson S, Catrambone R (Eds.), Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Cognitive Science Society, Austin: 2134-2139. (Request PDF)

Hilditch CJ, Dorrian J, Centofanti SA, Van Dongen HPA, Banks S (2017). Sleep inertia associated with a 10-min nap before the commute home following a night shift: A laboratory simulation study. Accident Analysis and Prevention 99: 411-415. (Request PDF)

Hobbs A, Williamson A, Van Dongen HPA (2010). A circadian rhythm in skill-based errors in aviation maintenance. Chronobiology International 27: 1304-1316. (Request PDF)

Hurdiel R, Riedy SM, Millet GP, Mauvieux B, Pezé T, Elsworth-Edelsten C, Martin D, Zunquin G, Dupont G (2018). Cognitive performance and self-reported sleepiness are modulated by time-of-day during a mountain ultramarathon. Research in Sports Medicine 26: 482-489. (Request PDF)

James SM, Honn KA, Gaddameedhi S, Van Dongen HPA (2017). Shift work: disrupted circadian rhythms and sleep – implications for health and well-being. Current Sleep Medicine Reports 3: 104-112. (Request PDF)

Khalyfa A, Gaddameedhi S, Crooks E, Zhang C, Li Y, Qiao Z, Trzepizur W, Kay SA, Andrade J, Satterfield BC, Hansen DA, Kheirandish-Gozal L, Van Dongen HPA, Gozal D (2020). Circulating exosomal miRNAs signal circadian misalignment to peripheral metabolic tissues. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 21: 6396. (Request PDF)

Mullington JM, Chan JL, Van Dongen HPA, Szuba MP, Samaras J, Price NJ, Meier-Ewert HK, Dinges DF, Mantzoros CS (2003). Sleep loss reduces diurnal rhythm amplitude of leptin in healthy men. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 15: 851-854. (Request PDF)

Satterfield BC, Savenkova MI, Karatsoreos IN, Jackson ML, Belenky G, Van Dongen HPA (2020). Interleukin-6 (IL-6) response to a simulated night shift schedule is modulated by brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) genotype. Chronobiology International 37: 1452-1456. (Request PDF)

Skene DJ, Skornyakov E, Chowdhury NR, Gajula RP, Middleton B, Satterfield BC, Porter KI, Van Dongen HPA, Gaddameedhi S (2018). Separation of circadian- and behavior-driven metabolite rhythms in humans provides a window on peripheral oscillators and metabolism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 115: 7825-7830. (Request PDF)

Skornyakov E, Gaddameedhi S, Paech GM, Sparrow AR, Satterfield BC, Shattuck NL, Layton ME, Karatsoreos I, Van Dongen HPA (2019). Cardiac autonomic activity during simulated shift work. Industrial Health 57: 118-132. (Request PDF)

Skornyakov E, Shattuck NL, Winser MA, Matsangas P, Sparrow AR, Layton ME, Gabehart RJ, Van Dongen HPA (2017). Sleep and performance in simulated Navy watch schedules. Accident Analysis and Prevention 99: 422-427. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Belenky G, Vila BJ (2011). The efficacy of a restart break for recycling with optimal performance depends critically on circadian timing. Sleep 34: 917-929. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Dinges DF (2005). Circadian rhythms in sleepiness, alertness, and performance. In Kryger MH, Roth T, Dement WC (Eds.), Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine (4th ed.). Elsevier Saunders, Philadelphia: 435-443. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Kerkhof GA, Dinges DF (2004). Human circadian rhythms. In Sehgal A (Ed.), Molecular Biology of Circadian Rhythms. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken: 255-269. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Maislin G, Kerkhof GA (2001). Repeated assessment of the endogenous 24-hour profile of blood pressure under constant routine. Chronobiology International 18: 82-98. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Miller JD, Levin GV, Straat PA (2005). A circadian biosignature in the Labeled Release data from Mars? Proceedings of SPIE 5906(59060C): 1-10. (Download PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Ruf T, Olofsen E, VanHartevelt JH, Kruyt EW (2001). Analysis of problematic time series with the Lomb-Scargle method. Biological Rhythm Research 32: 347-354. (Request PDF)

Waterhouse J, Folkard S, Van Dongen H, Minors D, Owens D, Kerkhof G, Weinert D, Nevill A, Macdonald I, Sytnik N, Tucker P (2001). Temperature profiles, and the effect of sleep upon them, in relation to morningness-eveningness in healthy female subjects. Chronobiology International 18: 227-247. (Request PDF)

Yang S, Van Dongen HPA, Wang K, Berrettini W, Bućan M (2009). Assessment of circadian function in fibroblasts of patients with bipolar disorder. Molecular Psychiatry 14: 143-155. (Request PDF)

Wilson M, Permito R, English A, Albritton S, Coogle C, Van Dongen HPA (2019). Performance and sleepiness in nurses working 12-h day shifts or night shifts in a community hospital. Accident Analysis and Prevention 126: 43-46. (Request PDF)

Miscellaneous

 

Bender AM, Van Dongen HPA, Roll JM, Layton ME (2020). Sleep disturbance and daytime sleepiness in cigarette smokers attempting to quit without treatment. Sleep and Biological Rhythms 18: 9-16. (Request PDF)

Crooks E, Hansen DA, Satterfield BC, Layton ME, Van Dongen HPA (2019). Cardiac autonomic activity during sleep deprivation with and without caffeine administration. Physiology & Behavior 210: 112643. (Request PDF)

Graauwmans MJ, Jackson ML, Belenky G, Vila BJ, Van Dongen HPA (2010). Time on task effect in reaction times during a simulated driving task. Sleep-Wake Research in The Netherlands 21: 73-76. (Download PDF)

Higgins JS, Michael J, Austin R, Åkerstedt T, Van Dongen HPA, Watson N, Czeisler C, Pack AI, Rosekind MR (2017). Asleep at the wheel – The road to addressing drowsy driving. Sleep 40: zsx001. (Request PDF)

Hilditch CJ, Short M, Van Dongen HPA, Centofanti SA, Dorrian J, Kohler M, Banks S (2016). Sleep inertia during a simulated 6-h on/6-h off fixed split duty schedule. Chronobiology International 33: 685-696. (Request PDF)

Honn KA, Garde AH, Fischer FM, Van Dongen HPA (2016). 22nd International Symposium on Shiftwork and Working Time: Challenges and solutions for healthy working hours. Chronobiology International; 33: 581-588. (Request PDF)

Honn KA, Satterfield BC, McCauley P, Caldwell JL, Van Dongen HPA (2016). Fatiguing effect of multiple take-offs and landings in regional airline operations. Accident Analysis and Prevention 86: 199-208. (Request PDF)

Honn KA, Van Dongen HPA, Dawson D (2019). Working Time Society consensus statements: Prescriptive rule sets and risk management-based approaches for the management of fatigue-related risk in working time arrangements. Industrial Health 57: 264-280. (Request PDF)

Kerkhof GA, Van Dongen HPA, Eds. (2010). Preface: Human Sleep and Cognition, Part I: Basic Research. Progress in Brain Research, vol. 185. Elsevier, Amsterdam: vii-ix. (Request PDF)

Martin-Gill C, Higgins JS, Van Dongen HPA, Buysse DJ, Thackery RW, Kupas DF, Becker DS, Dean BE, Lindbeck GH, Guyette FX, Penner JH, Violanti JM, Lang ES, Patterson PD (2018). Proposed performance measures and strategies for implementation of the fatigue risk management guidelines for Emergency Medical Services. Prehospital Emergency Care 22: 102-109. (Request PDF)

Patterson PD, Higgins JS, Van Dongen HPA, Buysse DJ, Thackery RW, Kupas DF, Becker DS, Dean BE, Lindbeck GH, Guyette FX, Penner JH, Violanti JM, Lang ES, Martin-Gill C (2018). Evidence-based guidelines for fatigue risk management in Emergency Medical Services. Prehospital Emergency Care 22: 89-101. (Request PDF)

Prasad B, Steffen AD, Van Dongen HPA, Pack FM, Strakovsky I, Staley B, Dinges DF, Maislin G, Pack AI, Weaver TE (2018). Determinants of sleepiness in obstructive sleep apnea. Sleep 41: zsx199. (Request PDF)

Prasad B, Usmani S, Steffen AD, Van Dongen HPA, Pack FM, Strakovsky I, Staley B, Dinges DF, Maislin G, Pack AI, Weaver TE (2016). Short-term variability in apnea-hypopnea index during extended home portable monitoring. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine 12: 855-863. (Request PDF)

Reynolds AC, Dorrian J, Liu PY, Van Dongen HPA, Wittert GA, Harmer LJ, Banks S (2012). Impact of five nights of sleep restriction on glucose metabolism, leptin and testosterone in young adult men. PLoS ONE 7: e41218. (Request PDF)

Shearer WT, Reuben JM, Mullington JM, Price NJ, Lee B-N, Smith EO, Szuba MP, Van Dongen HPA, Dinges DF (2001). Soluble TNF-α receptor 1 and IL-6 plasma levels in humans subjected to the sleep deprivation model of spaceflight. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 107: 165-170. (Request PDF)

Sparrow AR, Smith K, Skornyakov E, Shattuck NL, Matsangas P, Van Dongen HPA (2015). A pilot study of team communication in simulated Navy watch schedules. Sleep-Wake Research in The Netherlands 26: 48-51. (Download PDF)

Van Dongen HPA (2018). Evidence-based guidelines for fatigue risk management in Emergency Medical Services: A significant step forward and a model for other high-risk industries. Prehospital Emergency Care 22: 110-112. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Kerkhof GA, Eds. (2011). Preface: Human Sleep and Cognition, Part II: Clinical and Applied Research. Progress in Brain Research, vol. 190. Elsevier, Amsterdam: ix-xii. (Request PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Price NJ, Mullington JM, Szuba MP, Kapoor SC, Dinges DF (2001). Caffeine eliminates psychomotor vigilance deficits from sleep inertia. Sleep 24: 813-819. (Download PDF)

Van Dongen HPA, Whitney P, Hinson JM, Honn KA, Chee MWL (2019). Preface: Sleep Deprivation and Cognition. Progress in Brain Research, vol. 246. Academic Press, Cambridge: xi-xiv. (Request PDF)

Varkevisser M, Van Dongen HPA, Kerkhof GA (2005). Physiologic indexes in chronic insomnia during a constant routine: Evidence for general hyperarousal? Sleep 28: 1588-1596. (Download PDF)

Varkevisser M, Van Dongen HPA, Kerkhof GA (2006). Hyperarousal as a basis for chronic insomnia: statistical misconceptions and individual differences. Sleep 29: 719. (Download PDF)

Varkevisser M, Van Dongen HPA, Van Amsterdam JGC, Kerkhof GA (2007). Chronic insomnia and daytime functioning: An ambulatory assessment. Behavioral Sleep Medicine 5: 279-296. (Request PDF)

Winser MA, Hinson JM, James SM, Vila B, Whitney P, Van Dongen HPA (2014). Fatigue during deadly force decision-making: Measuring skin conductance response during simulations. Sleep-Wake Research in The Netherlands 25: 81-84. (Download PDF)

Wong IS, Dawson D, Van Dongen HPA (2019). International consensus statements on non-standard working time arrangements and occupational health and safety. Industrial Health 57: 135-138. (Request PDF)