Lauren Whitehurst

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2013-2018 Psychology University of California, Riverside, Riverside, CA, United States 
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Whitehurst LN, Agosta S, Castaños R, et al. (2019) The impact of psychostimulants on sustained attention over a 24-h period. Cognition. 193: 104015
Sattari N, Whitehurst LN, Ahmadi M, et al. (2019) Does working memory improvement benefit from sleep in older adults? Neurobiology of Sleep and Circadian Rhythms. 6: 53-61
Tselha T, Whitehurst LN, Yetton BD, et al. (2019) Morning stimulant administration reduces sleep and overnight working memory improvement. Behavioural Brain Research. 111940
Whitehurst LN, Naji M, Mednick SC. (2018) Comparing the cardiac autonomic activity profile of daytime naps and nighttime sleep. Neurobiology of Sleep and Circadian Rhythms. 5: 52-57
Malerba P, Whitehurst LN, Simons SB, et al. (2018) Spatio-temporal structure of sleep slow oscillations on the electrode manifold and its relation to spindles. Sleep
McDevitt EA, Sattari N, Duggan KA, et al. (2018) The impact of frequent napping and nap practice on sleep-dependent memory in humans. Scientific Reports. 8: 15053
Duggan KA, McDevitt EA, Whitehurst LN, et al. (2016) To Nap, Perchance to DREAM: A Factor Analysis of College Students' Self-Reported Reasons for Napping. Behavioral Sleep Medicine. 1-19
Whitehurst LN, Cellini N, McDevitt EA, et al. (2016) Autonomic activity during sleep predicts memory consolidation in humans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Cellini N, Whitehurst LN, McDevitt EA, et al. (2015) Heart rate variability during daytime naps in healthy adults: Autonomic profile and short-term reliability. Psychophysiology
Yetton BD, Niknazar M, Duggan KA, et al. (2015) Automatic Detection of Rapid Eye Movements (REMs): A machine learning approach. Journal of Neuroscience Methods
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