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SLEEP Volume 37 / Issue 04 - Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Editorial

Pregabalin Vs. Pramipexole: Effects on Sleep Disturbance in RLS

Pregabalin Versus Pramipexole: Effects on Sleep Disturbance in Restless Legs Syndrome. 635-643.
Diego Garcia-Borreguero, MD, PhD1; Jeffrey Patrick, MBA2; Sarah DuBrava, MS2; Philip M. Becker, MD3; Alan Lankford, PhD4; Crystal Chen, MD2; Jeffrey Miceli, PhD2; Lloyd Knapp, PharmD2; Richard P. Allen, PhD5

Relationship between Arousal Intensity and Heart Rate Response to Arousal

Relationship between Arousal Intensity and Heart Rate Response to Arousal. 645-653. Article Is Eligible For CME Credits
Ali Azarbarzin, PhD1; Michele Ostrowski, RPSGT1,3; Patrick Hanly, MD, FRCPC3; Magdy Younes, MD, FRCPC, PhD1,2,3

Association of Sleep Quality with Subsequent Cognitive Decline in Older Men

Associations of Objectively and Subjectively Measured Sleep Quality with Subsequent Cognitive Decline in Older Community-Dwelling Men: The MrOS Sleep Study. 655-663.
Terri Blackwell, MA1; Kristine Yaffe, MD2; Alison Laffan, PhD1; Sonia Ancoli-Israel, PhD3; Susan Redline, MD, MPH4; Kristine E. Ensrud, MD, MPH5; Yeonsu Song, PhD1; Katie L. Stone, PhD1

Sleep Reduces False Memory in Healthy Older Adults

Sleep Reduces False Memory in Healthy Older Adults. 665-671. Article Is Eligible For CME Credits
June C. Lo, PhD; Sam K. Y. Sim, BSc; Michael W. L. Chee, MBBS

Population Study on Hip Fracture Risk and Zolpidem Medication

Retrospective Population Cohort Study on Hip Fracture Risk Associated with Zolpidem Medication. 673-679.
Fang-Yu Lin, MSPH1,2; Pei-Chun Chen, PhD, MSPH3; Chun Hui Liao, MD, MSPH4; Yow-Wen Hsieh, PhD5; Fung-Chang Sung, PhD, MPH1

Behavioral Treatment of Chronic Insomnia in Older Adults: Does Nocturia Matter?

Behavioral Treatment of Chronic Insomnia in Older Adults: Does Nocturia Matter?. 681-687.
Shachi Tyagi, MD1; Neil M. Resnick, MD1; Subashan Perera, PhD1; Timothy H. Monk, PhD, DSc2; Martica H. Hall, PhD2; Daniel J. Buysse, MD2

Developmental Patterns of Sleep SWA and Synaptic Density in Adolescent Mice

Developmental Patterns of Sleep Slow Wave Activity and Synaptic Density in Adolescent Mice. 689-700.
Luisa de Vivo, PhD1; Ugo Faraguna, MD, PhD1; Aaron B. Nelson, PhD1,2; Martha Pfister-Genskow, MS1; Marki E. Klapperich, BS1; Giulio Tononi, MD, PhD1; Chiara Cirelli, MD, PhD1

Memory Reactivation During SWS and Emotional Memory Consolidation

Targeted Memory Reactivation During Slow Wave Sleep Facilitates Emotional Memory Consolidation. 701-707.
Scott A. Cairney, PhD1,3; Simon J. Durrant, PhD2; Johan Hulleman, PhD3; Penelope A. Lewis, PhD3

Treatment of OSA Alters Transcriptional Signatures in Leukocytes

Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Alters Cancer-associated Transcriptional Signatures in Circulating Leukocytes. 709-714.
Sina A. Gharib, MD1,2; Ashley N. Seiger, BS3; Amanda L. Hayes, MN4; Reena Mehra, MD, MS5; Sanjay R. Patel, MD, MS3

Rats Demonstrate Circadian Variation in Ventilation and Sleep Apnea

Brown Norway and Zucker Lean Rats Demonstrate Circadian Variation in Ventilation and Sleep Apnea. 715-721.
Anne M. Fink, PhD, RN1,2; Irina Topchiy, PhD1,2,3; Michael Ragozzino, PhD4; Dionisio A. Amodeo, MA4; Jonathan A. Waxman, BS1,5; Miodrag G. Radulovacki, MD, PhD1,6; David W. Carley, PhD1,2,3

Abnormal Myelin and Axonal Integrity in Patients with OSA

Abnormal Myelin and Axonal Integrity in Recently Diagnosed Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea. 723-732.
Rajesh Kumar, PhD1,2,6; Tiffany T. Pham, BS3; Paul M. Macey, PhD4,6; Mary A. Woo, RN, DNSc4; Frisca L. Yan-Go, MD5; Ronald M. Harper, PhD3,6

CPAP Increases GH Secretion and Circulating IGF-1 in Men with OSA

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Increases Pulsatile Growth Hormone Secretion and Circulating Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 in a Time-Dependent Manner in Men With Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Randomized Sham-Controlled Study. 733-741.
Camilla M. Hoyos, BAppSci (Hons), MPH (Hons), PhD1; Roo Killick, MB BS, FRACP, MCRP1; Daniel M. Keenan, PhD2; Robert C. Baxter, PhD3; Johannes D. Veldhuis, MD4; Peter Y. Liu, MB BS (Hons), FRACP, PhD1,5

Recovery of Neurological Function Following Diffuse Brain Injury

Ecology and Neurophysiology of Sleep in Two Wild Sloth Species

Ecology and Neurophysiology of Sleep in Two Wild Sloth Species. 753-761.
Bryson Voirin, PhD1,2,3; Madeleine F. Scriba, PhD1,4; Dolores Martinez-Gonzalez, MD, PhD1; Alexei L. Vyssotski, PhD5; Martin Wikelski, PhD2,6; Niels C. Rattenborg, PhD1

Motor Events during Healthy Sleep: A Quantitative PSG Study

Motor Events during Healthy Sleep: A Quantitative Polysomnographic Study. 763-773.
Birgit Frauscher, MD1; David Gabelia, MD1; Thomas Mitterling, MD1; Marlene Biermayr1; Deborah Bregler1; Laura Ehrmann, MD1; Hanno Ulmer, PhD2; Birgit Högl, MD1

Altered Emotion Perception in Insomnia Disorder

Altered Emotion Perception in Insomnia Disorder. 775-783.
Simon D. Kyle, MA, PhD1; Louise Beattie, MA, MSc2; Kai Spiegelhalder, MD, PhD3,4; Zoe Rogers, MSc5; Colin A. Espie, PhD, DSc, FBPsS6

Circadian Clock Gene Csnk1e Regulates REM Sleep Amount

The Circadian Clock Gene Csnk1e Regulates Rapid Eye Movement Sleep Amount, and Nonrapid Eye Movement Sleep Architecture in Mice. 785-793.
Lili Zhou, PhD1,2; Camron D. Bryant, PhD3; Andrew Loudon, PhD4; Abraham A. Palmer, PhD5,6; Martha Hotz Vitaterna, PhD1,2; Fred W. Turek, PhD1,2

Glucose and Fat Metabolism in Narcolepsy: Effect of Sodium Oxybate

Glucose and Fat Metabolism in Narcolepsy and the Effect of Sodium Oxybate: A Hyperinsulinemic-Euglycemic Clamp Study. 795-801.
Claire E. H. M. Donjacour, MD1; N. Ahmad Aziz, MD, PhD1; Sebastiaan Overeem, MD, PhD2,3; Andries Kalsbeek, PhD4,5; Hanno Pijl, MD, PhD6; Gert Jan Lammers, MD, PhD1,7

High Dosage of Hypnotics Predicts Subsequent SDB

High Dosage of Hypnotics Predicts Subsequent Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders and Is Associated with Worse Outcomes for Depression. 803-809.
Cheng-Ta Li, MD, PhD1,2; Ya-Mei Bai, MD, PhD1,2; Ying-Chiao Lee, MD1,2; Wei-Chung Mao, MD, MS3; Mu-Hong Chen, MD1; Pei-Chi Tu, MD, PhD4; Ying-Sheue Chen, MD1; Tzeng-Ji Chen, MD5; Wen-Hang Chang, MD1; Tung-Ping Su, MD1,2

Trazodone Increases the Respiratory Arousal Threshold in OSA

Trazodone Increases the Respiratory Arousal Threshold in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea and a Low Arousal Threshold. 811-819.
Danny J. Eckert, PhD1,2; Atul Malhotra, MD1,3; Andrew Wellman, MD, PhD1; David P. White, MD1

SHORT NOTE

Rapid Tolerance Development to the NREM Sleep Promoting Effect of Alcohol. 821-824.
Rishi Sharma, PhD; Pradeep Sahota, MD; Mahesh M. Thakkar, PhD


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