Pietro Badia, Ph.D.

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Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, United States 
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Van Dongen HPA, Frey DJ, Badia P, et al. (2005) Analysis of inter- and intra-individual variability [1] (multiple letters) Journal of Sleep Research. 14: 201-206
Frey DJ, Badia P, Wright KP. (2004) Inter- and intra-individual variability in performance near the circadian nadir during sleep deprivation. Journal of Sleep Research. 13: 305-15
Drake C, Nickel C, Burduvali E, et al. (2003) The pediatric daytime sleepiness scale (PDSS): Sleep habits and school outcomes in middle-school children Sleep. 26: 455-458
Wright KP, Myers BL, Plenzler SC, et al. (2000) Acute effects of bright light and caffeine on nighttime melatonin and temperature levels in women taking and not taking oral contraceptives. Brain Research. 873: 310-7
Wright KP, Badia P. (1999) Effects of menstrual cycle phase and oral contraceptives on alertness, cognitive performance, and circadian rhythms during sleep deprivation. Behavioural Brain Research. 103: 185-94
Wright KP, Badia P, Myers BL, et al. (1998) Combination of bright light and coffeine as a countermeasure for impaired alertnes and performance during extended sleep deprivation Pneumologie. 52: 322-323
Hughes RJ, Badia P. (1997) Sleep-promoting and hypothermic effects of daytime melatonin administration in humans Sleep. 20: 124-131
Wright KP, Badia P, Myers BL, et al. (1997) Combination of bright light and caffeine as a countermeasure for impaired alertness and performance during extended sleep deprivation. Journal of Sleep Research. 6: 26-35
Wright KP, Badia P, Myers BL, et al. (1997) Caffeine and light effects on nighttime melatonin and temperature levels in sleep-deprived humans. Brain Research. 747: 78-84
Murphy PJ, Myers BL, Badia P. (1996) Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs alter body temperature and suppress melatonin in humans Physiology and Behavior. 59: 133-139
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