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Journal of Sleep Research

Cover image for Vol. 20 Issue 1pt2

March 2011

Volume 20, Issue 1pt2

Pages 127–256

  1. Editorial

    1. Top of page
    2. Editorial
    3. Memory in insomnia
    4. Heart rate in insomnia
    5. Exercise and sleep
    6. Blue light and sleep
    7. Apnea in Norway
    8. Functioning in sleep disorders
    9. Alternatives to polysomnography
    10. Home-based polysomnography and sleep apnea
    11. Actigraphy vs polysomnography of a nap
    12. Actigraphy vs polysomnography in children
    13. Apnea and auto-adjusting positive airway pressure
    14. Apnea and reflux
    15. MSLT and hypersomnias
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  2. Memory in insomnia

    1. Top of page
    2. Editorial
    3. Memory in insomnia
    4. Heart rate in insomnia
    5. Exercise and sleep
    6. Blue light and sleep
    7. Apnea in Norway
    8. Functioning in sleep disorders
    9. Alternatives to polysomnography
    10. Home-based polysomnography and sleep apnea
    11. Actigraphy vs polysomnography of a nap
    12. Actigraphy vs polysomnography in children
    13. Apnea and auto-adjusting positive airway pressure
    14. Apnea and reflux
    15. MSLT and hypersomnias
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      Sleep-related memory consolidation in primary insomnia (pages 129–136)

      CHRISTOPH NISSEN, CORINNA KLOEPFER, BERND FEIGE, HANNAH PIOSCZYK, KAI SPIEGELHALDER, ULRICH VODERHOLZER and DIETER RIEMANN

      Article first published online: 28 JUL 2010 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2869.2010.00872.x

  3. Heart rate in insomnia

    1. Top of page
    2. Editorial
    3. Memory in insomnia
    4. Heart rate in insomnia
    5. Exercise and sleep
    6. Blue light and sleep
    7. Apnea in Norway
    8. Functioning in sleep disorders
    9. Alternatives to polysomnography
    10. Home-based polysomnography and sleep apnea
    11. Actigraphy vs polysomnography of a nap
    12. Actigraphy vs polysomnography in children
    13. Apnea and auto-adjusting positive airway pressure
    14. Apnea and reflux
    15. MSLT and hypersomnias
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      Heart rate and heart rate variability in subjectively reported insomnia (pages 137–145)

      KAI SPIEGELHALDER, LENA FUCHS, JOHANNES LADWIG, SIMON D. KYLE, CHRISTOPH NISSEN, ULRICH VODERHOLZER, BERND FEIGE and DIETER RIEMANN

      Article first published online: 2 JUL 2010 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2869.2010.00863.x

  4. Exercise and sleep

    1. Top of page
    2. Editorial
    3. Memory in insomnia
    4. Heart rate in insomnia
    5. Exercise and sleep
    6. Blue light and sleep
    7. Apnea in Norway
    8. Functioning in sleep disorders
    9. Alternatives to polysomnography
    10. Home-based polysomnography and sleep apnea
    11. Actigraphy vs polysomnography of a nap
    12. Actigraphy vs polysomnography in children
    13. Apnea and auto-adjusting positive airway pressure
    14. Apnea and reflux
    15. MSLT and hypersomnias
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      Effects of vigorous late-night exercise on sleep quality and cardiac autonomic activity (pages 146–153)

      TERO MYLLYMÄKI, HEIKKI KYRÖLÄINEN, KATRI SAVOLAINEN, LAURA HOKKA, RIIKKA JAKONEN, TANJA JUUTI, KAISU MARTINMÄKI, JUKKA KAARTINEN, MARJA-LIISA KINNUNEN and HEIKKI RUSKO

      Article first published online: 28 JUL 2010 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2869.2010.00874.x

  5. Blue light and sleep

    1. Top of page
    2. Editorial
    3. Memory in insomnia
    4. Heart rate in insomnia
    5. Exercise and sleep
    6. Blue light and sleep
    7. Apnea in Norway
    8. Functioning in sleep disorders
    9. Alternatives to polysomnography
    10. Home-based polysomnography and sleep apnea
    11. Actigraphy vs polysomnography of a nap
    12. Actigraphy vs polysomnography in children
    13. Apnea and auto-adjusting positive airway pressure
    14. Apnea and reflux
    15. MSLT and hypersomnias
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      The impact of bright artificial white and ‘blue-enriched’ light on sleep and circadian phase during the polar winter (pages 154–161)

      VICTORIA MOTTRAM, BENITA MIDDLETON, PETER WILLIAMS and JOSEPHINE ARENDT

      Article first published online: 17 AUG 2010 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2869.2010.00875.x

  6. Apnea in Norway

    1. Top of page
    2. Editorial
    3. Memory in insomnia
    4. Heart rate in insomnia
    5. Exercise and sleep
    6. Blue light and sleep
    7. Apnea in Norway
    8. Functioning in sleep disorders
    9. Alternatives to polysomnography
    10. Home-based polysomnography and sleep apnea
    11. Actigraphy vs polysomnography of a nap
    12. Actigraphy vs polysomnography in children
    13. Apnea and auto-adjusting positive airway pressure
    14. Apnea and reflux
    15. MSLT and hypersomnias
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      A Norwegian population-based study on the risk and prevalence of obstructive sleep apnea The Akershus Sleep Apnea Project (ASAP) (pages 162–170)

      HARALD HRUBOS-STRØM, ANNA RANDBY, SILJE K. NAMTVEDT, HÅVARD A. KRISTIANSEN, GUNNAR EINVIK, JŪRATĖŠALTYTĖ BENTH, VIREND K. SOMERS, INGER H. NORDHUS, MICHAEL B. RUSSELL, TORIL DAMMEN, TORBJØRN OMLAND and KARI J. KVÆRNER

      Article first published online: 16 JUN 2010 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2869.2010.00861.x

  7. Functioning in sleep disorders

    1. Top of page
    2. Editorial
    3. Memory in insomnia
    4. Heart rate in insomnia
    5. Exercise and sleep
    6. Blue light and sleep
    7. Apnea in Norway
    8. Functioning in sleep disorders
    9. Alternatives to polysomnography
    10. Home-based polysomnography and sleep apnea
    11. Actigraphy vs polysomnography of a nap
    12. Actigraphy vs polysomnography in children
    13. Apnea and auto-adjusting positive airway pressure
    14. Apnea and reflux
    15. MSLT and hypersomnias
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  8. Alternatives to polysomnography

    1. Top of page
    2. Editorial
    3. Memory in insomnia
    4. Heart rate in insomnia
    5. Exercise and sleep
    6. Blue light and sleep
    7. Apnea in Norway
    8. Functioning in sleep disorders
    9. Alternatives to polysomnography
    10. Home-based polysomnography and sleep apnea
    11. Actigraphy vs polysomnography of a nap
    12. Actigraphy vs polysomnography in children
    13. Apnea and auto-adjusting positive airway pressure
    14. Apnea and reflux
    15. MSLT and hypersomnias
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  9. Home-based polysomnography and sleep apnea

    1. Top of page
    2. Editorial
    3. Memory in insomnia
    4. Heart rate in insomnia
    5. Exercise and sleep
    6. Blue light and sleep
    7. Apnea in Norway
    8. Functioning in sleep disorders
    9. Alternatives to polysomnography
    10. Home-based polysomnography and sleep apnea
    11. Actigraphy vs polysomnography of a nap
    12. Actigraphy vs polysomnography in children
    13. Apnea and auto-adjusting positive airway pressure
    14. Apnea and reflux
    15. MSLT and hypersomnias
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      Sleep efficiency during sleep studies: results of a prospective study comparing home-based and in-hospital polysomnography (pages 201–206)

      MARIE BRUYNEEL, CHRISTINA SANIDA, GENEVIÈVE ART, WALTER LIBERT, LAURENT CUVELIER, MARIANNE PAESMANS, ROGER SERGYSELS and VINCENT NINANE

      Article first published online: 16 JUN 2010 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2869.2010.00859.x

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  10. Actigraphy vs polysomnography of a nap

    1. Top of page
    2. Editorial
    3. Memory in insomnia
    4. Heart rate in insomnia
    5. Exercise and sleep
    6. Blue light and sleep
    7. Apnea in Norway
    8. Functioning in sleep disorders
    9. Alternatives to polysomnography
    10. Home-based polysomnography and sleep apnea
    11. Actigraphy vs polysomnography of a nap
    12. Actigraphy vs polysomnography in children
    13. Apnea and auto-adjusting positive airway pressure
    14. Apnea and reflux
    15. MSLT and hypersomnias
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      Actigraphic assessment of a polysomnographic-recorded nap: a validation study (pages 214–222)

      JENNIFER C. KANADY, SEAN P. A. DRUMMOND and SARA C. MEDNICK

      Article first published online: 2 JUL 2010 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2869.2010.00858.x

  11. Actigraphy vs polysomnography in children

    1. Top of page
    2. Editorial
    3. Memory in insomnia
    4. Heart rate in insomnia
    5. Exercise and sleep
    6. Blue light and sleep
    7. Apnea in Norway
    8. Functioning in sleep disorders
    9. Alternatives to polysomnography
    10. Home-based polysomnography and sleep apnea
    11. Actigraphy vs polysomnography of a nap
    12. Actigraphy vs polysomnography in children
    13. Apnea and auto-adjusting positive airway pressure
    14. Apnea and reflux
    15. MSLT and hypersomnias
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      Sleep assessments in healthy school-aged children using actigraphy: concordance with polysomnography (pages 223–232)

      KAREN SPRUYT, DAVID GOZAL, EHAB DAYYAT, ADRIENNE ROMAN and DENNIS L. MOLFESE

      Article first published online: 9 JUL 2010 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2869.2010.00857.x

  12. Apnea and auto-adjusting positive airway pressure

    1. Top of page
    2. Editorial
    3. Memory in insomnia
    4. Heart rate in insomnia
    5. Exercise and sleep
    6. Blue light and sleep
    7. Apnea in Norway
    8. Functioning in sleep disorders
    9. Alternatives to polysomnography
    10. Home-based polysomnography and sleep apnea
    11. Actigraphy vs polysomnography of a nap
    12. Actigraphy vs polysomnography in children
    13. Apnea and auto-adjusting positive airway pressure
    14. Apnea and reflux
    15. MSLT and hypersomnias
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  13. Apnea and reflux

    1. Top of page
    2. Editorial
    3. Memory in insomnia
    4. Heart rate in insomnia
    5. Exercise and sleep
    6. Blue light and sleep
    7. Apnea in Norway
    8. Functioning in sleep disorders
    9. Alternatives to polysomnography
    10. Home-based polysomnography and sleep apnea
    11. Actigraphy vs polysomnography of a nap
    12. Actigraphy vs polysomnography in children
    13. Apnea and auto-adjusting positive airway pressure
    14. Apnea and reflux
    15. MSLT and hypersomnias
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      Gastro-oesophageal reflux symptoms are related to the presence and severity of obstructive sleep apnoea (pages 241–249)

      KELLY L. SHEPHERD, ALAN L. JAMES, ARTHUR W. MUSK, MICHAEL L. HUNTER, DAVID R. HILLMAN and PETER R. EASTWOOD

      Article first published online: 9 JUN 2010 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2869.2010.00843.x

  14. MSLT and hypersomnias

    1. Top of page
    2. Editorial
    3. Memory in insomnia
    4. Heart rate in insomnia
    5. Exercise and sleep
    6. Blue light and sleep
    7. Apnea in Norway
    8. Functioning in sleep disorders
    9. Alternatives to polysomnography
    10. Home-based polysomnography and sleep apnea
    11. Actigraphy vs polysomnography of a nap
    12. Actigraphy vs polysomnography in children
    13. Apnea and auto-adjusting positive airway pressure
    14. Apnea and reflux
    15. MSLT and hypersomnias
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      Different sleep onset criteria at the multiple sleep latency test (MSLT): an additional marker to differentiate central nervous system (CNS) hypersomnias (pages 250–256)

      FABIO PIZZA, STEFANO VANDI, STEFANIA DETTO, FRANCESCA POLI, CHRISTIAN FRANCESCHINI, PASQUALE MONTAGNA and GIUSEPPE PLAZZI

      Article first published online: 8 MAR 2010 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2869.2009.00808.x

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