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SLEEP Volume 37 / Issue 08 - Friday, August 1, 2014

Editorial

Evidence for the Etiopathogenesis of Insomnia and its Psychiatric Risk. 1273-1275.
Julio Fernandez-Mendoza, PhD

Boosting Access to Insomnia Treatment for Cancer Patients. 1277-1278.
Judith R. Davidson, PhD

Sleep Duration and Mortality Risk. 1279-1280.
Clifton Addison, PhD1; Brenda Jenkins, MPH, PhD1; Monique White, MPH, PhD2; Donna Antoine LaVigne, PhD, MSEd, MPH1

The Changing REM Sleep Signature of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. 1281-1282.
Richard J. Ross, MD, PhD

National Trends in Outpatient Visits for Insomnia, Apnea and Sleep Medications

Trends in Outpatient Visits for Insomnia, Sleep Apnea, and Prescriptions for Sleep Medications among US Adults: Findings from the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey 1999-2010. 1283-1293.
Earl S. Ford, MD, MPH; Anne G. Wheaton, PhD; Timothy J. Cunningham, ScD; Wayne H. Giles, MD, MS; Daniel P. Chapman, PhD; Janet B. Croft, PhD

Prospective Investigation of the Stress-Diathesis Model of Insomnia

Randomized Trial of Video-Based CBT for Insomnia in Breast Cancer

Long Sleep Duration and Risk of Increased Arterial Stiffness in Males

Long Sleep Duration Associated With a Higher Risk of Increased Arterial Stiffness in Males. 1315-1320.
Tsai-Chen Tsai, MD1; Jin-Shang Wu, MD, MS1,2; Yi-Ching Yang, MD, MPH1,2; Ying-Hsiang Huang, MD, MPH1; Feng-Hwa Lu, MD, MS1,2; Chih-Jen Chang, MD1,2

REM Sleep and the Duration of PTSD in a Young Adult Population

A Relationship between REM Sleep Measures and the Duration of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in a Young Adult Urban Minority Population. 1321-1326. Article Is Eligible For CME Credits
Thomas A. Mellman, MD; Ihori Kobayashi, PhD; Joseph Lavela, BS; Bryonna Wilson, BS; Tyish S. Hall Brown, PhD

Novel BHLHE41 Variant Associated with Short Sleep and Resistance to Sleep Loss

A Novel BHLHE41 Variant is Associated with Short Sleep and Resistance to Sleep Deprivation in Humans. 1327-1336.
Renata Pellegrino, PhD1,2,3; Ibrahim Halil Kavakli, PhD4; Namni Goel, PhD2,5; Christopher J. Cardinale, MD, PhD1; David F. Dinges, PhD2,5; Samuel T. Kuna, MD2,6,7; Greg Maislin, MS, MA2,6; Hans P.A. Van Dongen, PhD8; Sergio Tufik, MD, PhD3; John B. Hogenesch, PhD9; Hakon Hakonarson, MD, PhD1; Allan I. Pack, MBChB, PhD2,6

Dynamics of Cortical Neuronal Activity after Spontaneous Awakening

The Dynamics of Cortical Neuronal Activity in the First Minutes after Spontaneous Awakening in Rats and Mice. 1337-1347.
Vladyslav V. Vyazovskiy, PhD1; Nanyi Cui, MSc1; Alexander V. Rodriguez, MSc2; Chadd Funk, MSc2; Chiara Cirelli, PhD2; Giulio Tononi, PhD2

Prevalence of Periodic Limb Movements during Sleep in Normal Children

Prevalence of Periodic Limb Movements during Sleep in Normal Children. 1349-1352.
Carole L. Marcus, MBBCh1; Joel Traylor, RPsgT1; Paul R. Gallagher, MA2; Lee J. Brooks, MD1; Jingtao Huang, PhD1; Dorit Koren, MD3; Lorraine Katz, MD3; Thornton B.A. Mason, MD, PhD, MSCE1; Ignacio E. Tapia, MD1

Respiratory Cycle-Related EEG Changes during Sleep in Children

Respiratory Cycle-Related Electroencephalographic Changes during Sleep in Healthy Children and in Children with Sleep Disordered Breathing. 1353-1361.
Sarah A. Immanuel, MEng1; Yvonne Pamula, PhD3; Mark Kohler, PhD2,4; James Martin, FRACP3; Declan Kennedy, FRCP3,4; David A. Saint, PhD5; Mathias Baumert, PhD1

Management of Sleep Apnea by Three Nights of Portable Sleep Monitoring

Management of Sleep Apnea without High Pretest Probability or with Comorbidities by Three Nights of Portable Sleep Monitoring. 1363-1373.
Arnoldo Guerrero, MD, MSc1,2; Cristina Embid, MD, PhD2,3; Valentina Isetta, PhD3,4; Ramón Farre, PhD3,4; Joaquin Duran-Cantolla, MD, PhD3,5; Olga Parra, MD3,6; Ferran Barbé, MD3,7; Josep M. Montserrat, MD, PhD2,3; Juan F. Masa, MD3,8

Increased EEG High Frequencies during Sleep Onset in Patients with RLS

Increased Electroencephalographic High Frequencies during the Sleep Onset Period in Patients with Restless Legs Syndrome. 1375-1381.
Raffaele Ferri, MD1; Filomena I.I. Cosentino, MD1; Mauro Manconi, MD, PhD2; Francesco Rundo, MEng1; Oliviero Bruni, MD3; Marco Zucconi, MD4

Piezoelectric System Alternative to EEG/EMG in Mouse Sleep Studies

Evaluation of a Piezoelectric System as an Alternative to Electroencephalogram/ Electromyogram Recordings in Mouse Sleep Studies. 1383-1392.
Géraldine M. Mang, MSc1; Jérôme Nicod, PhD2; Yann Emmenegger1; Kevin D. Donohue, PhD3,4; Bruce F. O'Hara, PhD4,5; Paul Franken, PhD1

Letter to the Editor

Antidepressants Trigger an Early Clinical Presentation of REM Sleep Behavior Disorder: The Jury is Still Out. 1393.
Bhanu Prakash Kolla, MD, MRCPsych; Meghna Prabhdas Mansukhani, MD

Antidepressants and REM Behavior Disorder. 1395.
Ronald B. Postuma, MD; Jacques Y. Montplaisir, MD, PhD


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