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SLEEP Volume 37 / Issue 07 - Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Editorial

Sleep Promotes Cortical Response Potentiation Following Visual Experience

Sleep Promotes Cortical Response Potentiation Following Visual Experience. 1163-1170.
Sara J. Aton, PhD1; Aneesha Suresh, MS2; Christopher Broussard, BS3; Marcos G. Frank, PhD4

Sleep Duration and Age-Related Changes in Brain Structure and Cognition

Sleep Duration and Age-Related Changes in Brain Structure and Cognitive Performance. 1171-1178.
June C. Lo, PhD; Kep Kee Loh, MSc; Hui Zheng, MEng; Sam K.Y. Sim, BSc; Michael W.L. Chee, MBBS

Sleep Disturbance and Longitudinal Risk of Depression in Older Women

Subjective and Objective Sleep Disturbance and Longitudinal Risk of Depression in a Cohort of Older Women. 1179-1187. Article Is Eligible For CME Credits
Jeanne E. Maglione, MD, PhD1; Sonia Ancoli-Israel, PhD1,2; Katherine W. Peters, MS3; Misti L. Paudel, MPH4; Kristine Yaffe, MD5; Kristine E. Ensrud, MD, MPH4,6,7; Katie L. Stone, PhD3

Hippocampal Vulnerability in Patients with Chronic Primary Insomnia

Moderators and Mediators of the Relationship Between Stress and Insomnia

Long-Term Effectiveness and Compliance of Positional Therapy for OSA

Work Time Control and Sleep Disturbances

Work Time Control and Sleep Disturbances: Prospective Cohort Study of Finnish Public Sector Employees. 1217-1225.
Paula Salo, PhD1,2; Leena Ala-Mursula, PhD3; Naja Hulvej Rod, PhD4; Philip Tucker, PhD5,6; Jaana Pentti, BSc1; Mika Kivimäki, PhD1,7; Jussi Vahtera, PhD1,8

OSA in Older Adults is a Distinctly Different Physiological Phenotype

Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Older Adults is a Distinctly Different Physiological Phenotype. 1227-1236.
Bradley A. Edwards, PhD1; Andrew Wellman, MD, PhD1; Scott A. Sands, PhD1; Robert L. Owens, MD1; Danny J. Eckert, PhD1,2; David P. White, MD1; Atul Malhotra, MD1,3

Mechanism of Action of a New Device Using Oral Pressure Therapy for OSA

Examining the Mechanism of Action of a New Device Using Oral Pressure Therapy for the Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea. 1237-1247.
Richard J. Schwab, MD1; C. Kim1; Lawrence Siegel, MD2,3; B.T. Keenan, MS1; Jed Black, MD2; Mehran Farid-Moayer, MD4; Jonathan Podmore, MS3; Matt Vaska, MS3

Brain Hypoxia and Oxidative Stress from OSA Differ in Young and Aged Rats

Brain Tissue Hypoxia and Oxidative Stress Induced by Obstructive Apneas is Different in Young and Aged Rats. 1249-1256.
Mireia Dalmases, MD1,2; Marta Torres, MSc1,2; Leonardo Márquez-Kisinousky, BSc3; Isaac Almendros, PhD1,2; Anna M. Planas, PhD3; Cristina Embid, MD, PhD1,2; Miguel Ángel Martínez-Garcia, MD4; Daniel Navajas, PhD2,5,6; Ramon Farré, PhD2,5; Josep Maria Montserrat, MD, PhD1,2

Heart Rate Variability and Vigilant Attention in Chronic Sleep Restriction

Heart Rate Variability for Evaluating Vigilant Attention in Partial Chronic Sleep Restriction. 1257-1267.
Andreas Henelius, MSc (Tech)1; Mikael Sallinen, PhD1,2; Minna Huotilainen, PhD1; Kiti Müller, PhD1; Jussi Virkkala, PhD1; Kai Puolamäki, PhD1


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