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Electroencephalographic Changes Induced by a Neurofeedback Training : A Preliminary Study in Primary Insomniac Patients

Lee JH, Shin HB, Kim JW, Suh HS, Lee YJ

OBJECTIVES: Insomnia is one of the most prevalent sleep disorders. Recent studies suggest that cognitive and physical arousal play an important role in the generation of primary insomnia. Studies have...
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Factors Associated with Personal and Social Performance Status in Patients with Bipolar Disorder

Kim MJ, Lee JH, Youn H, Jeong HG, Kim SH

OBJECTIVES: Bipolar disorder is characterized by repetitive relapses that result in psychosocial dysfunctions. The functioning of bipolar disorder patients is related to the severity of symptoms, quality of sleep, drug...
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Survey of Knowledge on Insomnia for Sleep Clinic Clients

Soh M

OBJECTIVES: Insomnia is not only the most common sleep-related disorder, but also is one of the most important. Knowledge of the comorbidities of insomnia is essential for proper treatment including...
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Insufficient Sleep and Visuospatial Memory Decline during Adolescence

Lee CW, Jeon S, Cho SJ, Kim SJ

OBJECTIVES: The objective of this study was to investigate the correlation between insufficient sleep and visuospatial memory in adolescents using a computerized neurocognitive function test. METHODS: A total of 103 high...
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Assessment and Understanding of Chronotype

Kim S, Kim SJ

Chronotype (CT) is defined as an inter-individual difference in sleep-wake cycles and daily activities. Previous studies have suggested that this individual difference can influence our biological and psychological functioning. Literature...
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