Kosuke Kaida
Kosuke Kaida
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei umin.ac.jp
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Validation of the Karolinska sleepiness scale against performance and EEG variables
K Kaida, M Takahashi, T Åkerstedt, A Nakata, Y Otsuka, T Haratani, ...
Clinical neurophysiology 117 (7), 1574-1581, 2006
7162006
Indoor exposure to natural bright light prevents afternoon sleepiness
K Kaida, M Takahashi, T Haratani, Y Otsuka, K Fukasawa, A Nakata
Sleep 29 (4), 462-469, 2006
932006
Use of subjective and physiological indicators of sleepiness to predict performance during a vigilance task
K Kaida, T ÅKERSTEDT, G Kecklund, JP Nilsson, J Axelsson
Industrial health 45 (4), 520-526, 2007
832007
Dopamine D2-like receptor activation wipes out preferential consolidation of high over low reward memories during human sleep
GB Feld, L Besedovsky, K Kaida, TF Münte, J Born
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 26 (10), 2310-2320, 2014
682014
A short nap and natural bright light exposure improve positive mood status
K Kaida, M Takahashi, Y Otsuka
Industrial health 45 (2), 301-308, 2007
672007
Psychosocial work characteristics predicting daytime sleepiness in day and shift workers
M Takahashi, A Nakata, T Haratani, Y Otsuka, K Kaida, K Fukasawa
Chronobiology international 23 (6), 1409-1422, 2006
632006
Pro-environmental behavior correlates with present and future subjective well-being
N Kaida, K Kaida
Environment, development and sustainability 18 (1), 111-127, 2016
552016
The effects of asking for verbal ratings of sleepiness on sleepiness and its masking effects on performance
K Kaida, T Åkerstedt, G Kecklund, JP Nilsson, J Axelsson
Clinical Neurophysiology 118 (6), 1324-1331, 2007
352007
The effects of self-awakening on heart rate activity in a short afternoon nap
K Kaida, E Nakano, H Nittono, M Hayashi, T Hori
Clinical neurophysiology 114 (10), 1896-1901, 2003
342003
Facilitating pro-environmental behavior: The role of pessimism and anthropocentric environmental values
N Kaida, K Kaida
Social Indicators Research 126 (3), 1243-1260, 2016
292016
Effects of self-awakening on sleep structure of a daytime short nap and on subsequent arousal levels
K Kaida, H Nittono, M Hayashi, T Hori
Perceptual and motor skills 97 (3_suppl), 1073-1084, 2003
292003
Reliability and validity of the Japanese version of 20-item Positive and Negative Affect Schedule
J Kawahito, Y Otsuka, K Kaida, A Nakata
Hiroshima psychological research 11, 225-240, 2011
272011
Sickness absence in relation to psychosocial work factors among daytime workers in an electric equipment manufacturing company
Y Otsuka, M Takahashi, A Nakata, T Haratani, K Kaida, K Fukasawa, ...
Industrial health 45 (2), 224-231, 2007
272007
Role of sleep for encoding of emotional memory
K Kaida, K Niki, J Born
Neurobiology of learning and memory 121, 72-79, 2015
262015
Spillover effect of congestion charging on pro-environmental behavior
N Kaida, K Kaida
Environment, Development and Sustainability 17 (3), 409-421, 2015
212015
The relationship between flow, sleepiness and cognitive performance: the effects of short afternoon nap and bright light exposure
K Kaida, Y Takeda, K Tsuzuki
Industrial health, 1203250126-1203250126, 2012
162012
Self-awakening, sleep inertia, and P3 amplitude in elderly people
K Kaida, K Ogawa, H Nittono, M Hayashi, M Takahashi, T Hori
Perceptual and motor skills 102 (2), 339-351, 2006
152006
Total sleep deprivation decreases flow experience and mood status
K Kaida, K Niki
Neuropsychiatric disease and treatment 10, 19, 2014
132014
The effects of short afternoon nap and bright light on task switching performance and error-related negativity
K Kaida, Y Takeda, K Tsuzuki
Sleep and Biological Rhythms 11 (2), 125-134, 2013
112013
Perceived sleepiness of non-shift working men in two different types of work organization
K Fukasawa, H Aikawa, I Okazaki, T Haratani, M Takahashi, A Nakata, ...
Journal of occupational health 48 (4), 230-238, 2006
112006
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