BIOMARKERS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR MONITORING COGNITIVE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL STATUS IN RELATION TO STRESS

 

 

   

 Autonomic Nervous System Activity and Its Relationship to Attention and Working Memory,
Julian F.Thayer, Bjorn Helge Johnsen,

 

366

   

 Sweat Patch as a Novel Approach to Monitor the Level of Activity of the Stress System: Potential Application for Studies Conducted in the Field,
Giovanni Cizza, Farideh Eskandari, Terry Phillips, Esther M.Sternberg,

 

372

   

 BIOMARKERS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR MONITORING MENTAL STATUS, COGNITIVE FUNCTION, AND ALERTNESS

 

 

   

 Biomarkers for Brain Hypometabolism due to Sleep Deprivation,
Nancy Wesensten,

 

381

   

 Electroencephalographic Indictors of Impaired Aviator Status During Sleep Deprivation,
John A.Caldwell,

 

392

   

 Circulating Plasma Markers of Cognitive Status,
Harris R.Lieberman, Mark D.Kellogg, Gaston P.Bathalon,

 

400

   

 FUTURE POSSIBILITIES FOR MONITORING PHYSIOLOGICAL AND COGNITIVE FUNCTION

 

 

   

 Circulating Plasma Markers of Cognitive Status: Odors as Biomarkers,
Gary K.Beauchamp,

 

414

   

 Molecular Markers of Mechanical Activity/Inactivity Induced Anabolic and Catabolic States in Striated Muscle,
Kenneth M.Baldwin, Fadia Haddid, Gregory R.Adams,

 

420

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Biographical Sketches of Workshop Speakers,

 

435

F

 

Biographical Sketches of Committee Members,

 

445



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