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  • Hall et al: Racial differences in heart rate variability during sleep in women: the study of women across the nation sleep study
  • Hasler et al: Evening-type military veterans report worse lifetime posttraumatic stress symptoms and greater brainstem activity across wakefulness and
  • Kline et al: Consistently high sports/exercise activity is associated with better sleep quality, continuity and depth in midlife women: the SWAN sleep
  • Benhayon et al: Characterization of relations among sleep, inflammation, and psychiatric dysfunction in depressed youth with Crohn disease
  • Buysse: Insomnia
  • Germain et al: Dream content in complicated grief: A window into loss-related cognitive schemas
  • Hasler et al: Circadian misalignment, reward-related brain function, and adolescent alcohol involvement
  • Insana et al: Validation of the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index Addendum for posttraumatic stress disorder (PSQI-A) in U.S. male military veterans
  • Kleinman et al: Patient-reported outcomes in insomnia: development of a conceptual framework and endpoint model
  • Kline et al: Consistently high sports/exercise activity is associated with better sleep quality, continuity and depth in midlife women: the SWAN sleep
  • Krueger et al: Sleep: a synchrony of cell activity-driven small network states
  • Levenson et al: A Quantitative Approach to Distinguishing Older Adults with Insomnia from Good Sleeper Controls
  • Mezick et al: Sleep duration and cardiovascular responses to stress in undergraduate men
  • Monk et al: Exposure to shift work as a risk factor for diabetes
  • Monk et al: Polysomnographic Sleep and Circadian Temperature Rhythms as a Function of Prior Shift Work Exposure in Retired Seniors
  • Monk et al: Shiftworkers report worse sleep than day workers, even in retirement
  • Monk et al: Depression in the Spousally Bereaved Elderly: Correlations with Subjective Sleep Measures
  • Mullin et al: Sleep deprivation amplifies striatal activation to monetary reward
  • Hall et al: Racial differences in heart rate variability during sleep in women: the study of women across the nation sleep study
  • Hasler et al: Evening-type military veterans report worse lifetime posttraumatic stress symptoms and greater brainstem activity across wakefulness and
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