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SLEEP Volume 38 / Issue 04 - Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Nightmares: Risk Factors Among the Finnish General Adult Population

Nightmares: Risk Factors Among the Finnish General Adult Population. 507-514.
Nils Sandman, MSc1,2; Katja Valli, PhD2,3; Erkki Kronholm, PhD4; Antti Revonsuo, PhD2,3; Tiina Laatikainen, PhD4,5,6; Tiina Paunio, MD, PhD1,7

PVT Performance and Chronic Sleep Restriction in Rats

Psychomotor Vigilance Task Performance During and Following Chronic Sleep Restriction in Rats. 515-528.
Samuel Deurveilher, PhD1; Jacquelyn E. Bush, BSc1; Benjamin Rusak, PhD2,3,4; Gail A. Eskes, PhD2,3,5; Kazue Semba, PhD1,2,3

Sleep Duration and Mortality: A Prospective Study of Chinese Man and Women

Sleep Duration and Mortality: A Prospective Study of 113,138 Middle-Aged and Elderly Chinese Men and Women. 529-536.
Hui Cai, MD, PhD1; Xiao-Ou Shu, MD, PhD1; Yong-Bing Xiang, MD, MS2; Gong Yang, MD, MPH1; Honglan Li, MD, MPH2; Bu-Tian Ji, MD, DrPH3; Jing Gao, MD2; Yu-Tang Gao, MD, MS2; Wei Zheng, MD, PhD1

Tongue Stiffness is Lower in OSA Patients during Wakefulness

Tongue Stiffness is Lower in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea during Wakefulness Compared with Matched Control Subjects. 537-544.
Elizabeth C. Brown, MBBS, PhD1,2; Shaokoon Cheng, PhD1,4,5; David K. McKenzie, MBBS, PhD2,3; Jane E. Butler, PhD1,5; Simon C. Gandevia, MBBS DSc1,2; Lynne E. Bilston, PhD1,2

Gender Dimorphism in Late Gestational Sleep Fragmentation in Offspring Mice

Sex Dimorphism in Late Gestational Sleep Fragmentation and Metabolic Dysfunction in Offspring Mice. 545-557.
Abdelnaby Khalyfa, PhD; Alba Carreras, PhD; Isaac Almendros, PhD; Fahed Hakim, MD; David Gozal, MD

Association of Maternal Symptoms of SDB and Fetal Telomere Length

Association between Maternal Symptoms of Sleep Disordered Breathing and Fetal Telomere Length. 559-566.
Hamisu M. Salihu, MD, PhD1,2; Lindsey King, MPH1,3; Priyanshi Patel1; Arnut Paothong, PhD1; Anupam Pradhan, PhD4; Judette Louis, MD, MPH2; Eknath Naik, MD, PhD, MSPH4,5; Phillip J. Marty, PhD6; Valerie Whiteman, MD2

Sleep Homeostasis During Sleep Fragmentation

Sustained Sleep Fragmentation Induces Sleep Homeostasis in Mice. 567-579.
Maxime O. Baud, MD, PhD1,2; Pierre J. Magistretti, MD, PhD1,3,4; Jean-Marie Petit, PhD1,4

Sleep Disorders and Increased Risk of Autoimmune Diseases

Sleep Disorders and Increased Risk of Autoimmune Diseases in Individuals without Sleep Apnea. 581-586.
Yi-Han Hsiao, MD1,2; Yung-Tai Chen, MD3,5; Ching-Min Tseng, MD1,2,12; Li-An Wu, MD6; Wei-Chen Lin, MD7; Vincent Yi-Fong Su, MD1,2; Diahn-Warng Perng, MD, PhD2,8; Shi-Chuan Chang, MD, PhD1,2,9; Yuh-Min Chen, MD, PhD2,8; Tzeng-Ji Chen, MD, PhD4,10; Yu-Chin Lee, MD2,8; Kun-Ta Chou, MD1,2,8,11

Association of PSG Indices with Blood Pressure

A Systematic Assessment of the Association of Polysomnographic Indices with Blood Pressure: The Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA). 587-596.
Dennis A. Dean, PhD1,2; Rui Wang, PhD1,2; David R. Jacobs, PhD3; Daniel Duprez, MD, PhD3; Naresh M. Punjabi, MD4; Phyllis C. Zee, MD, PhD5; Steven Shea, PhD6; Karol Watson, MD7; Susan Redline, MD1,2

Detection of Upper Airway Status and Respiration Events by PAP Device

Detection of Upper Airway Status and Respiratory Events by a Current Generation Positive Airway Pressure Device. 597-605.
Qing Yun Li, MD, PhD1,2; Richard B. Berry, MD3; Mark G. Goetting, MD4; Bethany Staley, RPSGT2; Haideliza Soto-Calderon, BS2; Sheila C. Tsai, MD5; Jeffrey G. Jasko, MS6; Allan I. Pack, MB, ChB, PhD2; Samuel T. Kuna, MD2,7

Working Memory Training and Local SWA in Children and Adolescents

Local Increase of Sleep Slow Wave Activity after Three Weeks of Working Memory Training in Children and Adolescents. 607-614.
Fiona Pugin, MSc1,2; Andreas J. Metz, PhD1,3; Martin Wolf, PhD1,3; Peter Achermann, PhD1,4; Oskar G. Jenni, MD1,2,5; Reto Huber, PhD1,2,5

Psychiatric Comorbidity and Cognition in Children and Adolescents with Narcolepsy

Psychiatric Comorbidity and Cognitive Profile in Children with Narcolepsy with or without Association to the H1N1 Influenza Vaccination. 615-621.
Attila Szakács, MD1,2; Tove Hallböök, MD, PhD1; Pontus Tideman, MSc3; Niklas Darin, MD, PhD1; Elisabet Wentz, MD, PhD4

Insomnia and Deficits in Neuropsychological Functioning

Is Insomnia Associated with Deficits in Neuropsychological Functioning? Evidence from a Population-Based Study. 623-631.
Sidra Goldman-Mellor, PhD1,2,3; Avshalom Caspi, PhD2,3,4; Alice M. Gregory, PhD5; HonaLee Harrington, BA2,3; Richie Poulton, PhD6; Terrie E. Moffitt, PhD2,3,4

Heart Rate Variability after Bilateral Carotid Body Tumor Resection

Sleep-Mediated Heart Rate Variability after Bilateral Carotid Body Tumor Resection. 633-639.
Nicolasine D. Niemeijer, MD1; Eleonora P.M. Corssmit, MD, PhD1; Robert H.A.M. Reijntjes2; Gert Jan Lammers, MD, PhD2,3; J. Gert van Dijk, MD, PhD2; Roland D. Thijs, MD, PhD2,4

Odds Ratio Product of Sleep EEG as a Continuous Measure of Sleep State

Odds Ratio Product of Sleep EEG as a Continuous Measure of Sleep State. 641-654.
Magdy Younes, MD1,2,3; Michele Ostrowski, PRSGT1; Marc Soiferman, MSc1; Henry Younes, BSc1; Mark Younes, BMu1; Jill Raneri, PRSGT2; Patrick Hanly, MD2


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