2ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY #5Rachel Leproultau, Eligio, F., Colecchiau, Anna Maria Berardiau, Robert Stickgoldau, etal. (2003). Individual Differences in Subjective and Objective Alertness DuringSleep Deprivation are Stable and Unrelated.American Journal of PhycologyRegulate and Comparative Phycology,284:2, 280-290,In the article Individual Differences in Subjective and Objective Alertness DuringSleep Deprivation are Stable and Unrelated, Rachael Leproultau in 2002 from theDepartment of Medicine University of Chicago, conducted a study, which involve 8healthy men with history of psychiatric illness, base on the individual alteration ofsubjective and objective measures of alertness during 27 hours of continuous wakefulnessand analyzed their relationship (Leproultau, 2002, p. 285). During the week preceding
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