Afik Faerman

Palo Alto University, Palo Alto, CA, United States 
Neuropsychology, Sleep, Hypnosis, Consciousness
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Tilman Schulte grad student 2017- Palo Alto University
David Spiegel grad student 2017- Stanford (Hypnotree)
Nolan R. Williams grad student 2017- Stanford Medical School
Jamie Zeitzer grad student 2017- Stanford
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Faerman A, Stimpson KH, Bishop JH, et al. (2021) Hypnotic predictors of agency: Responsiveness to specific suggestions in hypnosis is associated with involuntariness in fibromyalgia. Consciousness and Cognition. 96: 103221
Faerman A, Spiegel D. (2021) Shared cognitive mechanisms of hypnotizability with executive functioning and information salience. Scientific Reports. 11: 5704
Faerman A, Spiegel D. (2021) Posthypnotic Amnesia in Hypnotizability Assessment: Validation of a New Scoring System for the Hypnotic Induction Profile. The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. 69: 83-93
Zhao E, Faerman A, Spiegel D. (2021) 352 Feasibility of Hypnosis as Adjunctive Treatment for Subjective Sleep Disturbance: A Pilot Study and Proof of Concept Sleep. 44: A140-A141
Faerman A, Kaplan KA, Zeitzer JM. (2020) Subjective sleep quality is poorly associated with actigraphy and heart rate measures in community-dwelling older men. Sleep Medicine. 73: 154-161
Miller KE, Bäbler L, Maillart T, et al. (2019) Sleep/Wake Detection by Behavioral Response to Haptic Stimuli. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine : Jcsm : Official Publication of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. 15: 1675-1681
Sundaram S, Hughes RL, Peterson E, et al. (2019) Establishing a framework for neuropathological correlates and glymphatic system functioning in Parkinson's disease. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Faerman A, Simpson N, Rangel E, et al. (2019) 0356 Subjective Sleep Quality in Postpartum Women Enrolled in a Study of CBT for Insomnia Sleep. 42: A145-A146
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