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Gemma Paech

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InstitutionRush University, Rush Medical College
DepartmentBehavioral Sciences
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    1. Skornyakov E, Gaddameedhi S, Paech GM, Sparrow AR, Satterfield BC, Shattuck NL, Layton ME, Karatsoreos I, VAN Dongen HPA. Cardiac autonomic activity during simulated shift work. Ind Health. 2018 Aug 08. PMID: 30089765.
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    2. Grant CL, Coates AM, Dorrian J, Paech GM, Pajcin M, Della Vedova C, Johnson K, Kamimori GH, Fidock J, Aidman E, Banks S. The impact of caffeine consumption during 50 hr of extended wakefulness on glucose metabolism, self-reported hunger and mood state. J Sleep Res. 2018 Oct; 27(5):e12681. PMID: 29582507.
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    3. Pajcin M, White JM, Banks S, Dorrian J, Paech GM, Grant CL, Johnson K, Tooley K, Aidman E, Fidock J, Kamimori GH, Della Vedova CB. Effects of strategic early-morning caffeine gum administration on association between salivary alpha-amylase and neurobehavioural performance during 50?h of sleep deprivation. Accid Anal Prev. 2018 Feb 02. PMID: 29402402.
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    4. Paech GM, Crowley SJ, Eastman CI. Sleep and cognitive performance of African-Americans and European-Americans before and during circadian misalignment produced by an abrupt 9-h delay in the sleep/wake schedule. PLoS One. 2017; 12(10):e0186843. PMID: 29073187.
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    5. Paech GM, Crowley SJ, Fogg LF, Eastman CI. Advancing the sleep/wake schedule impacts the sleep of African-Americans more than European-Americans. PLoS One. 2017; 12(10):e0186887. PMID: 29059251.
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    6. Pajcin M, Banks S, White JM, Dorrian J, Paech GM, Grant C, Johnson K, Tooley K, Fidock J, Kamimori GH, Della Vedova CB. Decreased salivary alpha-amylase levels are associated with performance deficits during sleep loss. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2017 04; 78:131-141. PMID: 28196342.
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    7. Paech GM, Banks S, Pajcin M, Grant C, Johnson K, Kamimori GH, Vedova CB. Caffeine administration at night during extended wakefulness effectively mitigates performance impairment but not subjective assessments of fatigue and sleepiness. Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 2016 06; 145:27-32. PMID: 27061779.
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    8. Paech GM, Ferguson SA, Banks S, Dorrian J, Roach GD. The influence of break timing on the sleep quantity and quality of fly-in, fly-out shiftworkers. Ind Health. 2014; 52(6):521-30. PMID: 25224336; PMCID: PMC4273020.
    9. Paech GM, Ferguson SA, Sargent C, Kennaway DJ, Roach GD. The relative contributions of the homeostatic and circadian processes to sleep regulation under conditions of severe sleep restriction. Sleep. 2012 Jul 01; 35(7):941-8. PMID: 22754040; PMCID: PMC3369229.
    10. Ferguson SA, Paech GM, Sargent C, Darwent D, Kennaway DJ, Roach GD. The influence of circadian time and sleep dose on subjective fatigue ratings. Accid Anal Prev. 2012 Mar; 45 Suppl:50-4. PMID: 22239932.
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    11. Ferguson SA, Paech GM, Dorrian J, Roach GD, Jay SM. Performance on a simple response time task: Is sleep or work more important for miners? Appl Ergon. 2011 Jan; 42(2):210-3. PMID: 20674886.
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    12. Darwent D, Ferguson SA, Sargent C, Paech GM, Williams L, Zhou X, Matthews RW, Dawson D, Kennaway DJ, Roach GD. Contribution of core body temperature, prior wake time, and sleep stages to cognitive throughput performance during forced desynchrony. Chronobiol Int. 2010 Jul; 27(5):898-910. PMID: 20636204.
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    13. Paech GM, Jay SM, Lamond N, Roach GD, Ferguson SA. The effects of different roster schedules on sleep in miners. Appl Ergon. 2010 Jul; 41(4):600-6. PMID: 20089244.
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