Janna Mantua, PhD

Behavioral Biology Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Silver Spring, MD, United States 
Sleep, neurocognitive performance, traumatic brain injury, military medicine
"Janna Mantua"
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Jones BJ, Mackay A, Mantua J, et al. (2018) The role of sleep in emotional memory processing in middle age. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
Mantua J, Spencer RMC. (2017) Exploring the nap paradox: are mid-day sleep bouts a friend or foe? Sleep Medicine. 37: 88-97
Mantua J, Henry OS, Garskovas NF, et al. (2017) Mild traumatic brain injury chronically impairs sleep- and wake-dependent emotional processing. Sleep
Kurdziel LB, Mantua J, Spencer RM. (2016) Novel word learning in older adults: A role for sleep? Brain and Language
Mantua J, Gravel N, Spencer RM. (2016) Reliability of Sleep Measures from Four Personal Health Monitoring Devices Compared to Research-Based Actigraphy and Polysomnography. Sensors (Basel, Switzerland). 16
Baran B, Mantua J, Spencer RM. (2016) Age-related Changes in the Sleep-dependent Reorganization of Declarative Memories. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-11
Mantua J, Baran B, Spencer RM. (2015) Sleep benefits consolidation of visuo-motor adaptation learning in older adults. Experimental Brain Research
Mantua J, Spencer RM. (2015) The interactive effects of nocturnal sleep and daytime naps in relation to serum C-reactive protein. Sleep Medicine. 16: 1213-6
Mantua J, Mahan KM, Henry OS, et al. (2015) Altered sleep composition after traumatic brain injury does not affect declarative sleep-dependent memory consolidation. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 9: 328
Varga AW, Kishi A, Mantua J, et al. (2014) Apnea-induced rapid eye movement sleep disruption impairs human spatial navigational memory. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 14571-7
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