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Optimal strategies to enhance neurobehavioural performance using the same total amount of caffeine as in the original studies. The dashed orange lines and the continuous blue lines represent the unified model of performance predictions of the psychomotor vigilance task (PVT) mean response time (RT) for the original study and optimal strategies, respectively. The orange dots and bars represent the experimental PVT mean RT data and one standard error, respectively. The orange and blue arrows at the top of each plot indicate the time and amount of the caffeine doses for the original study and optimal strategies, respectively. The horizontal dashed lines indicate the baseline and the grey vertical bars represent time in bed. CSR, chronic sleep restriction
Optimal strategies to enhance neurobehavioural performance using the same total amount of caffeine as in the original studies. The dashed orange lines and the continuous blue lines represent the unified model of performance predictions of the psychomotor vigilance task (PVT) mean response time (RT) for the original study and optimal strategies, respectively. The orange dots and bars represent the experimental PVT mean RT data and one standard error, respectively. The orange and blue arrows at the top of each plot indicate the time and amount of the caffeine doses for the original study and optimal strategies, respectively. The horizontal dashed lines indicate the baseline and the grey vertical bars represent time in bed. CSR, chronic sleep restriction

For Study 1, the major portion of the 64% improvement (Table 2 , column 5) was a result of the reduction of the worst peak predicted daily for the original dosing strategy, which prescribed the same total amount of caffeine (400mg) at the same time each day (Figure 5 , orange arrows). In contrast, the optimal strategy prescribed more caffeine on later days (with the exception of the last day), owing to increasing sleep pressure, and allocated caffeine at the end of each of the first 4days of CSR (Figure 5 , blue arrows). Moreover, the optimal strategy did not prescribe caffeine early on the first day of CSR because performance impairment was mitigated by sleep banking (subjects spent 10hr in bed on five previous nights) (Doty etal., OneOfAKind Pneu Marina B fNajGJJl
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In Study 2, the optimal strategy improved the effect of caffeine by 48% (Table 2 ). In contrast to the original study, which prescribed the same total amount of caffeine during each of the three periods of wakefulness (Figure 5 , orange arrows), the optimal strategy allocated more caffeine during longer periods of wakefulness (Figure 5 , blue arrows; 900, 800 and 700mg for the first, second and third periods, respectively). Also, we predicted that the original study prescribed the first dose earlier than needed in the second and third periods, resulting in large performance impairment at the end of each period. In the optimal strategy, the postponement of the first dose in the second and third periods reduced and balanced the performance impairment across the periods.

Other important factors technology provides are convenience and speed.

Let’s say another agent has a listing and receives an offer from my tech-challenged agent. The parties negotiate, come to a verbal agreement, and the listing agent gets her client to sign the revised offer.

She sends the offer to the buying agent on a Friday at 5 p.m., and — uh oh! — the buyers are going out of town camping for the weekend, but verbally agree to sign upon return. The listing agent asks if there is any sort of electronic signature capability (which has almost become standard practice these days), but my agent does not.

Two hours later, another offer arrives to the listing agent via email. By law, the listing agent must submit to the sellers, and this new offer is $10,000 more and all-cash. The sellers accept this new offer, the listing agent rescinds the previous offer, and a fun camping weekend has been ruined — all because my agent didn’t have the means for her clients to sign electronically.

So, the reality is that this agent does need to keep up with technology if she wants to stay relevant and competitive. And I hope she does because she is absolutely right about one thing — technology in real estate is great, but it can only do so much.

The core role of an agent was, is and alwayswill be to help people see themselves in that home, and that does require human traits of empathy , emotion and sensuality.

Prospects need to touch the newly painted cabinets, smell the vacuumed bedrooms, see the well-manicured lawn, hear the kids playing outside, taste the candy left for them in the foyer, feel the security of good schools and neighbors — and a great agent points all this out; one human being to another.

This is still the core job, and one that no robot or website can ever duplicate . (And this is even before we get into negotiation , another intrinsically “human-to-human” interaction.)

How to meet halfway

Although it is each agent’s responsibility to keep up with industry technology, the broker can create workshops (perhaps led by more tech-savvy agents) to help educate those who feel left behind.

For example, one session could be on the use of smartphones and mobile apps , another on Facebook ads , another on listing-specific websites, etc.

The broker should also arm agents with tools to counter challenges made by sellers about online services such as Zillow and Trulia.

This may include flyers or pamphlets that highlight the clear advantage agents have over these services, such as real-world market awareness; accurate and up-to-the-minute market data; or knowledge about improvements or damages to a particular listing that would be unknown at the macro level.

Anthony is the broker-owner of RE/MAX Advance Realty in South Miami and Kendall, leading the activities of more than 170 agents. He is also a working Realtor who sells more than 125 homes a year. In 2017, the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce honored him with the R.E.A.L. award in the category of “Real Estate Broker – Residential.”

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