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News 2021


Talk: Finally sleep through again – Tips for better sleep

When: 3rd of february 2022, 19pm

Where: Online @ www.sn.at/live (talk in german)


The Brain Pays Attention to Unfamiliar Voices During Sleep

“The ability allows the brain to balance sleep with responding to environmental cues” says a new publication in Journal of Neuroscience by Mohamed Ameen, Dominik Heib, Christine Blume and Manuel Schabus (https://www.jneurosci.org/…/01/06/JNEUROSCI.2524-20.2021)

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Public relation (Austria):

ORF: https://science.orf.at/stories/3210907/

APA: https://science.apa.at/power-search/7139758745332775777

International coverage:


Do babies already learn in the womb? – Study participants wanted!

Call for study participation “What babies learn in the womb”. We are currently working on a large-scale study on the topic of stress factors during pregnancy. It is about possible effects of stress on the development of attachment and cognition in newborns. (Mayrs Magazin, ORF, 14.01.2022)

Follow this link for the whole ORF article: salzburg.orf.at

Interested?

Contact: baby-studie@plus.ac.at


#Sleep during Covid-19 lockdown: an international comparison

PhD student Pavlos Topalidis presents the main results of the publication in a video:


Sleep Science Podcast:

Manuel Schabus & Kerstin Hoedlmoser “How babies sleep and what this means for their cognitive function”


“Corona Baby Study”: Becoming Parents in the Corona Pandemic

Until June 30, 2021, our survey ran specifically for parents whose child/children was/are born during the Corona pandemic. Initial media reports and preprints (see below) have already been published. Further analysis and publications will follow soon.

Preprints – non-peer reviewed

Nemeth, D., Gerbier, E., Born, J., Rickard, T., Albouy, G., Diekelman, S., Fogel, S., Genzel, L., Prehn-Kristensen, A., Payne, J., Dresler, M., Simor, P., Mazza, S., Hoedlmoser, K., Ruby, P., Spencer, R., Schabus, M., & Janacsek, K. (2021). Pitfalls in Sleep and Memory Research and How to Avoid Them: A Consensus Paper. Preprints, 2019080208 DOI: https://doi.org/10.20944/preprints201908.0208.v2

Hahn, M.A., Bothe, K., Heib, Do. P. J., Schabus, M., Helfrich, R. F., & Hoedlmoser, K. (2021). Slow oscillation-spindle coupling strength predicts real-life gross-motor learning in adolescents and adults. bioRxiv 2021.01.21.427606; DOI: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.01.21.427606

Schabus, M., & Eigl, E. (2021). “Now it’s your turn to speak up!” – Burdens and Psychosocial Consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic for Austrian Children and Adolescents. OSF Preprints. DOI : https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/zae52

Schabus, M., & Eigl, E. (2021). Survey on “Knowledge and Attitudes Regarding the Coronavirus Pandemic” in the Austrian, German and Swiss population. OSF Preprints. DOI : https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/35sa6

Schabus, M., & Eigl, E-S. (2021). Umfrage zu Belastungen, Einstellungen und Wissen zur Corona-Pandemie. ÖBVP News, Juli 2021, 8-9.

Angerer, M., Pichler, G., Angerer, B., Scarpatetti, M., Schabus, M., & Blume, C. (2020). From Dawn to Dusk – Mimicking Natural Daylight Exposure Improves Circadian Rhythm Entrainment in Patients with Severe Brain Injury. OSF Preprints. DOI: https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/vk2d6

Blume, C., & Schabus, M. (2019). Sentinel or rather standby? Regardless of terminology, information processing continues during sleep. OSF Preprints. DOI : https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/bq8hr

2022

Ameen, M., Heib, D. P. J., Blume, C., & Schabus, M. (2022). The brain selectively tunes to unfamiliar voices during sleep. Journal of Neuroscience. DOI : https://doi.org/10.1523/JNEUROSCI.2524-20.2021


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