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Sleep Pressure Related Variations in Suprachiasmatic Response

Schmidt C, Collette F, Leclercq Y, Sterpenich V, Vandewalle G, Berthomier P, Berthomier C, Philipps C, Tinguely G,  Darsaud A, Gais S, Schabus M, Desseilles M, DangVu TT, Salmon E,  Balteau E, Degueldre C, Luxen A, Maquet P, Cajochen C, and Peigneux P (2009) Homeostatic sleep pressure and responses to sustained attention in the  suprachiasmatic area Science 324(5926),516-9    [abstract]    [full text    [french press release]      [ScienceNOW commentary ]

Van Opstal P., Fias W, Peigneux P, and Verguts T (2009) The neural representation of extensively trained ordered sequences NeuroImage 47(1), 367-375    [full text]

Noirhomme Q, Boly M, Bonhomme V, Boveroux P, Phillips C, Peigneux P, Soddu A, Luxen A, Moonen G, Maquet P and Laureys S (2009) Bispectral Index correlates with regional cerebral blood flow during sleep in distinct cortical and subcortical structures in humans Archives Italiennes de Biologie 147, 51-57     [full text]

Schmitz R, Schabus M, Perrin F, Luxen A, Maquet P and Peigneux P (2009) Recurrent boosting effects of short inactivity delays on performance: an ERPs study  BMC Research Notes 2, 170      [full text]

Bassetti C, Amici R, Lévy P, Peigneux P, Skene D, Riemann D, Pevernagie D, Pollmacher T (2009)  Sleep research, sleep medicine … and the European Sleep Research Society. Public Service Review: Science and Technology (4), 265-267      [full text]

Mary A, Slama H and Massat I (2009) La théorie de l’esprit dans le trouble de l’attention avec ou sans hyperactivité (TDA-H). In Cahiers critiques de thérapie familiale et de pratiques de réseaux : Biologie et psychothérapie. Bruxelles : De Boeck Université. N° 43, p.169-185

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