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Comparison of the Munich Chronotype Questionnaire with the Horne‐Östberg's Morningness‐Eveningness score
We report on results from an Internet survey of sleeping habits in a Dutch population using the Munich Chronotype Questionnaire (MCTQ), supplemented with the Horne‐Östberg Morningness‐EveningnessExpand
Evidence for differential human slow‐wave activity regulation across the brain
The regulation of the timing of sleep is thought to be linked to the temporal dynamics of slow‐wave activity [SWA, electroencephalogram (EEG) spectral power in the ∼0.75–4.5 Hz range] in the corticalExpand
Definition of subgenera and a reassessment of species groups of Torymus Dalman (Hymenoptera: Torymidae), based on Palearctic material
Five subgenera, Callimomus Thomson, Lioterphus Thomson, Arctorymus subgen. n., Aretorymus subgen. nov., and Torymus s. str. are recognized for Palaearctic species of the genus Torymus Dalman.Expand
MODELING SLOW WAVE ACTIVITY PATTERNS ACROSS THE SCALP
In models of sleep regulation, timing of sleep is linked to the temporal dynamics of slowwave activity (SWA, EEG spectral power in ~0.75–4.5 Hz range) in the cortical NREM sleep EEG. In the originalExpand
Notes on Ecdamua nambui (Hymenoptera: Torymidae), with a key to world Ecdamua species
The species Ecdamua nambui Kamijo, 1979, originally described from Japan, is in the present communication reported as found in Kiev, Ukraine. The Ukrainian specimen is provided with a description. AExpand
Determining the Properties of the SWA-Regulating Process Z in Multiple Locations in Human Brain
The two-process model of sleep regulation relates its homeostatic component (Process S) to sleep SWA (slow-wave activity, EEG spectral power in the ∼0.75–4.5Hz range) to achieve the timing of sleepExpand
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