Neueste Publikationen

Blume, C., Angerer, M., Raml, M., del Giudice, R., Santhi, N., Pichler, G., Scarpatetti, M., Kunz, A. B., Trinka, E., & Schabus, M. (in press). Healthier Rhythm, Healthier Brain? Integrity of Circadian Melatonin and Temperature Rhythms Relates to the Clinical State of Brain-Injured Patients. European Journal of Neurology. doi:10.1111/ene.13935

van Schalkwijk et al. (in press).The impact of sleep characteristics and epilepsy variables on memory performance in patients with focal seizures. Epilepsy & Behavior.

Schabus et al. (2018). Sleep and circadian rhythms in severely brain-injured patients – A comment. Clinical Neurophysiology, 129(8), 1780-1784.

Hahn, M. et al. (accepted). Developmental Changes of Sleep Spindles and their Impact on Sleep-Dependant Memory Consolidation and General Cognitive Abilities. Developmental Science.

Blume et al. (2018). Standing Sentinel during Human Sleep: Continued Evaluation of Environmental Stimuli during Sleep. NeuroImage, 178, 638-648.

Abel et al. (in press). Sleep Reduces the Testing Effect- But Not After Corrective Feedback and Prolonged Retention Interval. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition.

Schabus, M. (2018). Reply: Noisy but not placebo: defining metrics for effects of neurofeedback. Brain, 141 (5), e41.

Schabus, M. (2018). Reply: On assessing neurofeedback effects: should double-blind replace neurophysiological mechanisms? Brain, 140(10), e64.

Wielek et al. (2018). Sleep in patients with disorders of consciousness characterized by means of machine learning. PloS one, 13(1), e0190458.