Efeitos da privação de sono na tomada de decisão em militares: uma revisão sistemática

Autores

  • Angela Nogueira Neves Escola de Educação Física do Exército
  • Willian Henrique Corrêa Domingues Polícia Militar - RJ

Palavras-chave:

tomada de decisão, privação de sono, militares

Resumo

A privação de sono é o estado ininterrupto de vigília, ocorrendo quando o sono inadequado leva à diminuição do desempenho e do estado de alerta até uma possível deterioração com efeitos danosos à saúde. O objetivo dessa pesquisa foi sistematizar o conhecimento já produzido a respeito do efeito da privação de sono na tomada de decisão em militares. A revisão sistemática de literatura foi o método escolhido, seguindo os passos preconizados pelo Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA). A busca foi realizada nas bases PubMed; Scopus; SciELO; biblioteca Cochrane e Web of Science. Critérios de inclusão e exclusão foram previamente definidos para seleção do material encontrado. Um total de 14 artigos, sendo a sua maioria com baixo risco de viés, foram selecionados. Os temas explorados versaram sobre perda de confiança, relativização moral, trabalho em equipe, queda de níveis cognitivos e mudança de atividade elétrica cerebral na privação de sono. As pesquisas apontam para um comprometimento importante para a tomada de decisão frente à privação ou restrição de sono nos temas investigados, evidenciando poucos recursos para minimizar esses efeitos.

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Publicado

2021-08-30

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Nogueira Neves, A., & Corrêa Domingues, W. H. (2021). Efeitos da privação de sono na tomada de decisão em militares: uma revisão sistemática. Ciências & Cognição, 26(1). Recuperado de http://cienciasecognicao.org/revista/index.php/cec/article/view/1802

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Revisões de Literatura / Literature Reviews