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Subjective sleepiness: an undervalued early sign of insufficient sleep?
Subjective sleepiness is a sensitive indicator of insufficient sleep and impaired waking function
Effect of prolonged wakefulness on electroencephalographic oscillatory activity during sleep
Diurnal changes in electrocorticogram sleep slow-wave activity during development in rats
Epileptic seizures as condensed sleep: an analysis of network dynamics from electroencephalogram signals
Pineal gland volume in primary insomnia and healthy controls: a magnetic resonance imaging study
Insomnia symptoms and subsequent cardiovascular medication: a register-linked follow-up study among middle-aged employees
Associations between sleep habits and mental health status and suicidality in a longitudinal survey of monozygotic twin adolescents
High intention to fall asleep causes sleep fragmentation
Sleep enhances memory consolidation in children
Disrupted rapid eye movement sleep predicts poor declarative memory performance in post-traumatic stress disorder
The impact of daytime sleepiness on the school performance of college students with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): a prospective longitudinal study
Mother-reported sleep, accelerometer-estimated sleep and weight status in Mexican American children: sleep duration is associated with increased adiposity and risk for overweight/obese status
Relations between daytime pre-ejection period reactivity and sleep in late childhood
Measuring individual vulnerability to sleep loss—the CHICa scale
Sleep–wake fluctuations and respiratory events during Cheyne–Stokes respiration in patients with heart failure
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