John S. Antrobus

Psychology City University of New York, New York, NY, United States 
Cognitive Psychology, Gerontology, Psychometrics Psychology
"John Antrobus"
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Andrew S. Hermann grad student 2001 CUNY
Erin J. Wamsley grad student 2007 CUNY
Chaim Y. Tarshish grad student 2008 CUNY
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Antrobus JS, Wamsley EJ. (2010) Sleep Mentation in REM and NREM: A Neurocognitive Perspective Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. 1021-1026
Wamsley EJ, Antrobus JS. (2009) The expression of trace conditioning during non-REM sleep and its relation to subjective experience. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 92: 283-91
Wamsley EJ, Antrobus JS. (2008) Homeostatic and Circadian Influences on Dreaming: NREM Mentation During a Short Daytime Nap International Journal of Dream Research. 1: 27-33
Wamsley EJ, Hirota Y, Tucker MA, et al. (2007) Circadian and ultradian influences on dreaming: a dual rhythm model. Brain Research Bulletin. 71: 347-54
Wamsley EJ, Antrobus J, Domhoff GW. (2006) A New Beginning for Empirical Dream Research The American Journal of Psychology. 119: 129
Smith MR, Antrobus JS, Gordon E, et al. (2004) Motivation and affect in REM sleep and the mentation reporting process. Consciousness and Cognition. 13: 501-11
Antrobus JS. (2000) How does the dreaming brain explain the dreaming mind? Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 23: 904-907
Hong CC, Potkin SG, Antrobus JS, et al. (1997) REM sleep eye movement counts correlate with visual imagery in dreaming: a pilot study. Psychophysiology. 34: 377-81
Antrobus J, Kondo T, Reinsel R, et al. (1995) Dreaming in the Late Morning: Summation of REM and Diurnal Cortical Activation Consciousness and Cognition. 4: 275-299
Wollman MC, Antrobus JS. (1987) Cortical arousal and mentation in sleeping and waking subjects. Brain and Cognition. 6: 334-46
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