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Oxford University Press United States
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Sleep is a journal indexed in SJR in Neurology (clinical) and Physiology (medical) with an H index of 207. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,222 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

Sleep focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: sleep, effects, clinical, cognitive, rapid, movement, randomized, eye, defect, deficit, ...

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Aims and Scope

sleep, effects, clinical, cognitive, rapid, movement, randomized, eye, defect, deficit, craniofacial, emergent, episodic, genetic, health, healthdynamic, hispanic, community, combined, cluster, analysisa, ancestry, apnea, assessing, characteristics, behavioral, cardiac, centers, central, children, classification,

Best articles

"No Thanks, Coffee Keeps Me Awake": Individual Caffeine Sensitivity Depends on ADORA2A Genotype

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0100 Human Sleep Spindles Coupled To Hippocampal Sharp Wave Ripples Have Characteristic EEG Features

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A Comparison of Tracheal Breath Sounds, Airflow, and Impedance Pneumography in the Detection of Childhood Apnea

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A Field Study of Sleep Disturbance: Effects of Aircraft Noise and Other Factors on 5,742 Nights of Actimetrically Monitored Sleep in a Large Subject Sample

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A Longitudinal Twin and Sibling Study of Associations between Insomnia and Depression Symptoms in Young Adults

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Acute Cardiovascular Responses to Arousal from Non-REM Sleep During Normoxia and Hypoxia

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Adverse childhood experiences affect sleep duration for up to 50 years later

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Alterations in Cyclic Alternating Pattern Associated with Phase Advanced Sleep are Differentially Modulated by Gaboxadol and Zolpidem

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Amelioration of Obstructive Sleep Apnea in REM Sleep Behavior Disorder: Implications for the Neuromuscular Control of OSA

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An Automated System for Recording and Analysis of Sleep in Mice

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Arousal Responses during Overnight Polysomnography and their Reproducibility in Healthy Young Adults

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Assessment of Respiratory Effort by Means of Strain Gauges and Esophageal Pressure Swings: A Comparative Study

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Auto positive airway pressure therapy reduces pulmonary pressures in adults admitted for acute heart failure with pulmonary hypertension and obstructive sleep apnea. The ASAP-HF Pilot Trial

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Brain Tissue Hypoxia and Oxidative Stress Induced by Obstructive Apneas is Different in Young and Aged Rats

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Caffeine Eliminates Psychomotor Vigilance Deficits from Sleep Inertia

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Challenges in Diagnosing Narcolepsy without Cataplexy: A Consensus Statement

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Characteristics of Spindle Activity and Their Use in Evaluation of Hypnotics

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Characterization of overnight slow-wave slope changes across development in an age-, amplitude-, and region-dependent manner

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Chronic sleep restriction greatly magnifies performance decrements immediately after awakening

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Cold Exposure and Sleep in the Rat: Effects on Sleep Architecture and the Electroencephalogram

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Comparison of Nasal Pressure Transducer and Thermistor for Detection of Respiratory Events During Polysomnography in Children

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Comparisons of EEG Sleep State-Specific Spectral Values Between Healthy Full-Term and Preterm Infants at Comparable Postconceptional Ages

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Coordination of Slow Waves With Sleep Spindles Predicts Sleep-Dependent Memory Consolidation in Schizophrenia

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Dedications Honor Sleep Research and Sleep Medicine Trailblazer Dr. William C. Dement

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