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1 Usefulness of temazepam and zaleplon to induce afternoon sleep
article 2006    
Author: Simons, M. · Koerhuis, C.L. · Valk, P.J.L. · Oord, M.H.A.H. van den
Keywords: Defence · hypnotic agent · placebo · temazepam · zaleplon · adult · alertness · clinical trial · cognition · controlled clinical trial · controlled study · crossover procedure · double blind procedure · drug efficacy · drug safety · fatigue · human · human experiment · male · military service · muscle strength · night · human performance · quality control · shift worker · sleep induction · somnolence · Acetamides · Attention · Benzodiazepines · drugs · sleep · chronobiology · military
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2 Evening intake of α-lactalbumin increases plasma tryptophan availability and improves morning alertness and brain measures of attention
article 2005    
Author: Markus, C.R. · Jonkman, L.M. · Lammers, J.H.C.M. · Deutz, N.E.P. · Messer, M.H. · Rigtering, N.
Keywords: Biology Toxicology · Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology · α-lactalbumin · Attention · Continuous performance task · Event-related brain acivity · Sleep complaints · Tryptophan · Alpha lactalbumin · Placebo · Tryptophan · Amino acid · Lactalbumin · Adult · Alertness · Brain function · Clinical trial · Controlled clinical trial · Controlled study · Diet · Double blind procedure · Drug effect · Female · Human · Male · Reaction time · Somnolence · Task performance · Analysis of variance · Blood · Brain · Electroencephalography · Metabolism · Psychomotor performance · Sleep · Time · Adult · Amino Acids · Analysis of Variance · Brain · Double-Blind Method · Electroencephalography · Female · Humans · Lactalbumin · Male · Psychomotor Performance · Sleep · Time Factors · Tryptophan
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3 Desloratadine shows no effect on performance during 6 h at 8,000 ft simulated cabin altitude
article 2004    
Author: Valk, P.J.L. · Roon, D.B. van · Simons, M. · Rikken, G.
Keywords: Aviation · Aviation · Cognition · Performance · Physiology · Sleep · Vigilance · Cognitive performance · Desloratadine · H1-receptor antagonist · Antihistaminic agent · Desloratadine · Diphenhydramine · Long acting drug · Placebo · Sedative agent · Adult · Airplane crew · Airplane pilot · Alertness · Altitude · Atmospheric pressure · Clinical trial · Cognition · Controlled clinical trial · Crossover procedure · Double blind procedure · Drug effect · Eye tracking · Fatigue · Flight · Flying · Human · Interpersonal communication · Male · Measurement · Normal human · Performance · Pulse oximetry · Randomized controlled trial · Scoring system · Sedation · simulation · single drug dose · Somnolence · Task performance · Administration, Oral · Adolescent · Adult · Aerospace Medicine · Affect · Analysis of Variance · Anti-Allergic Agents · Cross-Over Studies · Diphenhydramine · Double-Blind Method · Histamine H1 Antagonists, Non-Sedating · Humans · Loratadine · Male · Oximetry · Psychomotor Performance · Sleep · Statistics, Nonparametric
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