7th Annual Scientific Meeting

The Keynote presentation was given by Professor Peter Clifton, CSIRO. Conference papers were published by the Australasian Chronobiology Society

(Edited by: Charli Sargent, David Darwent, Gregory D Roach; ISBN: 978-0-646-53863-1), and the individual papers are downloadable by clicking on the links below.

Download ACS Conference 2010 CHAPTER 1
The nature of the beast: Metropolitan train drivers experience, perception and recognition of fatigue
(THOMPSON, RAINBIRD, DAWSON) Pages 1 – 5

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Subjective mood is influenced by sleep-related and circadian processes in a forced desynchrony protocol with severe sleep restriction
(HEATH, SARGENT, DARWENT, FERGUSON, KENNAWAY, HAMPTON, MATTHEWS, ROACH) Pages 7 -11

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The influence of circadian phase and prior wake on positive and negative mood during a sleep restricted forced desynchrony protocol
(HAMPTON, DARWENT, MATTHEWS, HEATH, FERGUSON, SARGENT, KENNAWAY, ROACH) Pages 13 -17

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Sleep, wake and phase dependent changes in subjective alertness
(ZHOU, FERGUSON, MATTHEWS, SARGENT, DARWENT, KENNAWAY, ROACH) Pages 19 – 23

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Does chronotype affect elite athletes capacity to cope with the training demands of triathlon?
(LASTELLA, ROACH, HUREM, SARGENT) Pages 25 – 28

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The impact of organisational culture on fatigue management: The case of camaraderie amongst metropolitan train drivers
(RAINBIRD, THOMPSON, DAWSON) Pages 29 -33

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Young drivers knowledge of road safety, sleepiness and fatigue: Examining the internal consistency of the Institute for Breathing and Sleep Driver Awareness Questionnaire (IBAS-DAQ)
(CORTES-SIMONET, KENNEDY, HOWARD, GILL, MCMAHON) Pages 35 – 39