Ralph J. Berger, Ph.D.

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Biology University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA, United States 
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Nicol SC, Andersen NA, Berger RJ. (2002) Phylogenetic significance of mole rat sleep. Sleep. 25: 11-3
Nicol SC, Andersen NA, Phillips NH, et al. (2000) The echidna manifests typical characteristics of rapid eye movement sleep. Neuroscience Letters. 283: 49-52
Mintz EM, Phillips NH, Berger RJ. (1998) Daytime melatonin infusions induce sleep in pigeons without altering subsequent amounts of nocturnal sleep. Neuroscience Letters. 258: 61-4
Berger RJ. (1998) Does post-torpor EEG slow wave activity in ground squirrels reflect a 'sleep debt' or a thermoregulatory process? Journal of Sleep Research. 7: 69-72
Berger RJ, Phillips NH. (1995) Energy conservation and sleep. Behavioural Brain Research. 69: 65-73
Castellini MA, Milsom WK, Berger RJ, et al. (1994) Patterns of respiration and heart rate during wakefulness and sleep in elephant seal pups. The American Journal of Physiology. 266: R863-9
Berger RJ, Phillips NH. (1994) Constant light suppresses sleep and circadian rhythms in pigeons without consequent sleep rebound in darkness. The American Journal of Physiology. 267: R945-52
Berger RJ. (1993) Cooling down to hibernate: sleep and hibernation constitute a physiological continuum of energy conservation. Neuroscience Letters. 154: 213-6
Bunnell DE, Treiber SP, Phillips NH, et al. (1992) Effects of evening bright light exposure on melatonin, body temperature and sleep. Journal of Sleep Research. 1: 17-23
Phillips NH, Berger RJ. (1992) Melatonin infusions restore sleep suppressed by continuous bright light in pigeons. Neuroscience Letters. 145: 217-20
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