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Age-related changes in the cognitive function of sleep.
Assessing the dream-lag effect for REM and NREM stage 2 dreams.
Processing of emotional reactivity and emotional memory over sleep.
Interaction of sleep and emotional content on the production of false memories.
Trait and neurobiological correlates of individual differences in dream recall and dream content.
Napping promotes inter-session habituation to emotional stimuli.
Interactions of time of day and sleep with between-session habituation and extinction memory in young adult males.
Sleep-dependent memory consolidation in healthy aging and mild cognitive impairment.
Sleep and REM sleep disturbance in the pathophysiology of PTSD: the role of extinction memory.
Effects of sleep on memory for conditioned fear and fear extinction.
Emotional trait and memory associates of sleep timing and quality.
Fear extinction memory in primary insomnia
Augmentation of exposure therapy for high levels of social anxiety using post-exposure naps
Sleep and the Generalization Extinction of Conditioned Fear
Fear extinction and sleep across the spectrum of severity in post-traumatic hyperarousal
Interaction of sleep disturbance and anxiety symptoms in the neural and psychophysiological responses to fear conditioning and extinction in Generalized Anxiety Disorder
In Trauma-Exposed Individuals, Self-reported Hyperarousal and Sleep Architecture Predict Resting-State Functional Connectivity in Frontocortical and Paralimbic Regions.
The role of sleep in fear learning and memory.
Fear extinction memory is negatively associated with REM sleep in insomnia disorder.
Autonomic and fronto-cortical correlates of script-driven imagery of trauma-related nightmares compared with such imagery of index trauma in PTSD using ambulatory physiological and fNIRS recordings.
Partial and Total Sleep Deprivation Interferes With Neural Correlates of Consolidation of Fear Extinction Memory.