2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1679-45082012000400022
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Abstract: Sleep deprivation is a condition that is more and more observed in modern society bringing various neurobehavioral effects, being anxious states one of the main problems. Many studies have successfully demonstrated the relationship between sleep deprivation and anxiety in clinical research. As to basic experimentation, various models have been efficiently used in order to evaluate an anxious behavior. However, the same efficacy is not found on basic studies that deal with the relationship between paradoxical s… Show more

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“…The EPM test was used to assess the anxiety-like behavior of rodents, being considered the gold standard for the evaluation of anxiety in basic research (Pires et al 2012 …”
Section: Anxiety-like Behavior Testsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The EPM test was used to assess the anxiety-like behavior of rodents, being considered the gold standard for the evaluation of anxiety in basic research (Pires et al 2012 …”
Section: Anxiety-like Behavior Testsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…High levels of anxiety have a negative impact on attention, memory and problem solving (as components of cognitive performance), whereas low and moderate anxiety levels are related to better cognitive performance [ 26 ]. Anxiety has been described as one of the most important consequences of sleep deprivation [ 27 ] and sleep deprivation has a substantial effect on mood and motor and cognitive performance in humans. [ 28 ].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The effects of acute sleep deprivation on anxiety have produced some controversy in the literature, mainly when considered from a translational perspective (Nunes, Pezzato, & Hoshino, 2012; Pires, Tufik, & Andersen, 2012, 2013; Silva et al, 2004; Tufik, Andersen, Bittencourt, & Mello, 2009). While clinical studies point to an increase in anxiety due to sleep deprivation, the results of animal experiments have been inconsistent.…”
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