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Macworth Clock Vigilance Test

The Macworth Clock Vigilance Test.


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References

Mackworth, N. H. (1948). The breakdown of vigilance during prolonged visual search. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1, 6-21.

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Lichstein, K.L., Riedel, B.W., & Richman, S.L. (2000). The Mackworth Clock Test: A Computerized Version. The Journal of Psychology, 134, 153-161.

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Wichniak, A., Waliniowska, E., Musinska, I., Czasak, K., Jakubczyk, T., Wierzbicka A., Wolkow, L., & Jernajczyk, W. (2011). P.3.c.016 EEG slowing, vigilance and daytime sleepiness during treatment with sedative and non-sedative antipsychotics. European Neuropsychopharmacology, 21, S477.

Blatter, K., Graw, P., Münch, M., Knoblauch, V., Wirz-Justice, A., & Cajochen C. (2006). Gender and age differences in psychomotor vigilance performance under differential sleep pressure conditions. Behavioural Brain Research, 168, 312-317.

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