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Electrophysiological analysis of the sleep onset period : a comparison between subjects with long term insomnia complaints associated with mild traumatic brain injury and matched controls /
(Brock University, 1999-05-21)
The purpose of the current undertaking was to study the electrophysiological properties of the sleep onset period (SOP) in order to gain understanding into the persistent sleep difficulties of those who complain of ...
Subjective, behavioural and electrophysiological measurements of the time-course and intensity of sleep inertia after a full night of sleep /
(Brock University, 2000-07-14)
Several recent studies have described the period of impaired alertness and performance known as sleep inertia that occurs upon awakening from a full night of sleep. They report that sleep inertia dissipates in a saturating ...
The effects of simple procedural, cognitive procedural and declarative learning on sleep /
(Brock University, 2004-07-14)
Sleep spindles have been found to increase following an intense period of learning on a combination of motor tasks. It is not clear whether these changes are task specific, or a result of learning in general. The current ...
A dose-response investigation of the attentional blink during sleep restriction /
(Brock University, 2007-05-21)
Recent dose-response sleep restriction studies, in which nightly sleep is curtailed to varying degrees (e.g., 3-, 5-, 7-hours), have found cumulative, dose-dependent changes in sleepiness, mood, and reaction time. However, ...
A microanalysis of EMG and EEG changes during the sleep onset period (SOP) : a theoretical investigation with practical applications /
(Brock University, 2002-09-23)
The present study has both theoretical and practical aspects. The theoretical intent of the study was to closely examine the relationship between muscle activity (EMG) and EEG state during the process of falling asleep. ...
The Role of Sleep in the Selective Reconsolidation of Declarative Memories
(Brock University, 2014-11-06)
While sleep has been shown to be involved in memory consolidation and the selective enhancement of newly acquired memories of future relevance (Wilhelm, et al., 2011), limited research has investigated the role of sleep ...