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Daytime sleepiness, snacking and driving performance

01 August 2020

The purpose of the study is to investigate the effects of 4 hours sleep restriction on participant alertness during an afternoon of simulated driving, and whether this changes if you have a high or low sugar snack.

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Ethical approval

Ethical approval has been obtained from Loughborough University Ethical Sub-Comittee (HPSC Ref No: R20-P001)

About the researcher

I am a final year PhD student at Loughborough University. My research background is sleep, sleepiness, shift work, and strategies to manage sleepiness.

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