Publications

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A peer reviewed publication for SpiSOP is in preparation, but you can use the SciCrunch tool identifier “SpiSOP, RRID:SCR_015673” in your publication already.

Please keep me updated (spisop@spisop.org) if you use, used or plan to use SpiSOP in any upcoming publications.

It would be nice to list them here or receive your feedback. Thanks.

Publications that utilized SpiSOP

  1. Klinzing, J. G., Mölle, M., Weber, F. D., Supp, G., Hipp, J. F., Engel, A. K., & Born, J. (2016). Spindle activity phase-locked to sleep slow oscillations. NeuroImage, 134, 607-616. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2016.04.031[Pupmed 27103135].
  2. Zinke K, Wilhelm I, Bayramoglu M, Klein S & Born J. (2016). Children’s initial sleep-associated changes in motor skill are unrelated to long-term skill levels. Developmenal Science. Oct 16 [Epub ahead of print]. doi: 10.1111/desc.12463, [Pupmed 27747974].
  3. Pereira, S. I. R., Beijamini, F., Weber, F. D., Vincenzi, R. A., da Silva, F. A. C., & Louzada, F. M. (2016). Tactile stimulation during sleep alters slow oscillation and spindle densities but not motor skill. Physiology & Behavior, 169, 59-68, doi: 10.1016/j.physbeh.2016.11.024[Pupmed 27887994].
  4. Lecci, S., Fernandez, L. M. J., Weber, F. D., Cardis, R., Chatton, J-Y, Born, J & Lüthi, A. (2017). Coordinated infraslow neural and cardiac oscillations mark fragility and offline periods in mammalian sleep. Science Advances, 3(2), e1602026, doi: 10.1126/sciadv.1602026PDF[Pupmed 28246641].
  5. Wang, J-Y., Weber, F.D., Zinke K., Inostroza M., Born J. (2017). More Effective Consolidation of Episodic Long-Term Memory in Children Than Adults—Unrelated to Sleep. Child Development, Jun 8 [Epub ahead of print]doi: 10.1111/cdev.12839[Pupmed 28594100].
  6. Wang, J-Y., Weber, F.D., Zinke K., Noack H., Born J. (2017). Effects of sleep on word-pair memory in children – separating item and source memory aspects. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1533, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01533, [Pupmed 28943858].
  7. Hanert, A., Weber, F. D., Pedersen, A., Born, J., & Bartsch, T. (2017). Sleep in humans stabilizes pattern separation performance. Journal of Neuroscience37(50), 12238-12246, doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.1189-17.2017[Pupmed 29118106].