This section covers biological mechanisms and correlates of psychological states and processes. Biological approaches can include electrophysiologic, hemodynamic, and biochemical assessments of psychological processes as well as biologically induced changes in psychological function.
Assessment of effects of total sleep deprivation and subsequent recovery sleep: a methodological strategy feasible without sleep laboratory
Sleep is critical for maintaining homeostasis in bodily and neurobehavioral functions. This homeostasis can be disturbed by sleep interruption and restored to normal by subsequent recovery sleep. Most research...
Citation: BMC Psychology 2021 9:141