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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 24, Number 5, 1 October 2015

Free Content Napping: when sleep is bad for you?
pp. 475-475(1)
Authors: Dijk, Derk‐Jan

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Free Content Napping in older people ‘at risk’ of dementia: relationships with depression, cognition, medical burden and sleep quality
pp. 494-502(9)
Authors: Cross, Nathan; Terpening, Zoe; Rogers, Naomi L.; Duffy, Shantel L.; Hickie, Ian B.; Lewis, Simon J.G.; Naismith, Sharon L.

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Free Content Napping facilitates word learning in early lexical development
pp. 503-509(7)
Authors: Horváth, Klára; Myers, Kyle; Foster, Russell; Plunkett, Kim

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Free Content Associations between children's intelligence and academic achievement: the role of sleep
pp. 510-513(4)
Authors: Erath, Stephen A.; Tu, Kelly M.; Buckhalt, Joseph A.; El‐Sheikh, Mona

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Free Content Severe chronic insomnia is not associated with higher body mass index
pp. 514-517(4)
Authors: Crönlein, Tatjana; Langguth, Berthold; Busch, Volker; Rupprecht, Rainer; Wetter, Thomas C.

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Free Content Slow oscillating transcranial direct current stimulation during sleep has a sleep‐stabilizing effect in chronic insomnia: a pilot study
pp. 518-525(8)
Authors: Saebipour, Mohammad R.; Joghataei, Mohammad T.; Yoonessi, Ali; Sadeghniiat‐Haghighi, Khosro; Khalighinejad, Nima; Khademi, Soroush

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Free Content Poor sleep quality is associated with a negative cognitive bias and decreased sustained attention
pp. 535-542(8)
Authors: Gobin, Christina M.; Banks, Jonathan B.; Fins, Ana I.; Tartar, Jaime L.

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Free Content Are qualitative and quantitative sleep problems associated with delinquency when controlling for psychopathic features and parental supervision?
pp. 543-548(6)
Authors: Backman, Heidi; Laajasalo, Taina; Saukkonen, Suvi; Salmi, Venla; Kivivuori, Janne; Aronen, Eeva T.

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Free Content Chronic sleep restriction induces long‐lasting changes in adenosine and noradrenaline receptor density in the rat brain
pp. 549-558(10)
Authors: Kim, Youngsoo; Elmenhorst, David; Weisshaupt, Angela; Wedekind, Franziska; Kroll, Tina; Mccarley, Robert W.; Strecker, Robert E.; Bauer, Andreas

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Free Content Influence of neighbourhood‐level crowding on sleep‐disordered breathing severity: mediation by body size
pp. 559-565(7)
Authors: Johnson, Dayna A.; Drake, Christopher; Joseph, Christine L. M.; Krajenta, Richard; Hudgel, David W.; Cassidy‐Bushrow, Andrea E.

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Free Content The effects of sodium oxybate on core body and skin temperature regulation in narcolepsy
pp. 566-575(10)
Authors: Heide, Astrid; Donjacour, Claire E. H. M.; Pijl, Hanno; Reijntjes, Robert H. A. M.; Overeem, Sebastiaan; Lammers, Gert J.; Van Someren, Eus J. W.; Fronczek, Rolf

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Free Content Right hemisphere neural activations in the recall of waking fantasies and of dreams
pp. 576-582(7)
Authors: Benedetti, Francesco; Poletti, Sara; Radaelli, Daniele; Ranieri, Rebecca; Genduso, Valeria; Cavallotti, Simone; Castelnovo, Anna; Smeraldi, Enrico; Scarone, Silvio; D'Agostino, Armando

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Free Content Analysis of automated quantification of motor activity in REM sleep behaviour disorder
pp. 583-590(8)
Authors: Frandsen, Rune; Nikolic, Miki; Zoetmulder, Marielle; Kempfner, Lykke; Jennum, Poul

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