Jeffrey S. Dyche, Ph.D.

Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO, United States 
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A Michael Anch grad student 2000 Saint Louis University
 (The effects of continuous 60 Hz electromagnetic field exposure on 6-sulphatoxymelatonin and sleep in the rat.)
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Vincent AS, Bailey CM, Cowan C, et al. (2016) Normative data for evaluating mild traumatic brain injury with a handheld neurocognitive assessment tool Applied Neuropsychology:Adult. 1-11
Dickinson DL, Drummond SP, Dyche J. (2015) Voluntary Sleep Choice and Its Effects on Bayesian Decisions. Behavioral Sleep Medicine. 1-13
Whitehurst LN, Fogler K, Hall K, et al. (2015) The effects of chronic marijuana use on circadian entrainment. Chronobiology International. 32: 561-7
Dyche J, Couturier KC, Hall MK. (2015) Neurophysiology of Sleep and Circadian Rhythms Sleep and Affect: Assessment, Theory, and Clinical Implications. 3-21
Bloom CM, Post RJ, Mazick J, et al. (2013) A discriminated conditioned punishment model of phobia. Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment. 9: 1239-48
Dyche J, Anch AM, Fogler KA, et al. (2012) Effects of power frequency electromagnetic fields on melatonin and sleep in the rat. Emerging Health Threats Journal. 5
Miller NL, Shattuck LG, Matsangas P, et al. (2008) Sleep and academic performance in U.S. military training and education programs Mind, Brain, and Education. 2: 29-33
Bloom CM, Anch AM, Dyche JS. (2002) Behavioral effects of chronic melatonin and pregnenolone injections in a myelin mutant rat (taiep). The Journal of General Psychology. 129: 226-37
Anch AM, Powell E, Bloom C, et al. (2000) Locomotor analysis of the taiep rat. The Journal of General Psychology. 127: 412-25
Powell E, Anch AM, Dyche J, et al. (1999) The splay angle: A new measure for assessing neuromuscular dysfunction in rats. Physiology & Behavior. 67: 819-21
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