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SLEEP DISTURBANCES AFTER CHRONIC ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION: HOMEOSTATIC DYSREGULATION OR CIRCADIAN DESYNCHRONY?
Chronic alcohol use often leads to sleep disturbances such as insomnia and sleep fragmen¬ta¬¬tion, but the underlying mecha¬nisms are not fully understood. Sleep is regulated by two main processes: a homeo¬static process ...
THE DYNAMIC INTERACTION BETWEEN CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS AND DRUG-TAKING: EVIDENCE FROM BEHAVIOR ANALYSES IN RATS
Extensive research links circadian rhythms and drug addiction. In this thesis I examined the interaction between circadian rhythms and drug-taking. In my first experiment, I studied the effect of free-running (non-entrained) ...