Sleep

23 Benefits of Getting More Sleep
Loria, Kevin. “23 Incredible Benefits of Getting More Sleep.” Business Insider. 22 Dec. 2014. Web. Full Article.

8-Hour Sleepers More Likely to Be Heart Healthy
Miller, Sara G. “8-Hour Sleepers More Likely to Be Heart Healthy.” The Huffington Post. 15 Nov 2015. Web. Full Article.

All the Glorious Benefits of Sleep in One Infographic
Spiegel, Alison. “All the Glorious Benefits of Sleep in One Infographic.” The Huffington Post. 16 Dec. 2015. Web. Full Article.

All the Ways Sleep Affects Your Happiness, in One Chart
Holmes. “All the Ways Sleep Affects Your Happiness, in One Chart.” The Huffington Post. 23 July 2015. Web. Full Article.

Beyond Memory: The Benefits of Sleep
Stickgold, Robert. “Beyond Memory: The Benefits of Sleep.” Scientific American 1 Oct. 2015: 52-57. Print. Full Article.

How to Succeed? Get More Sleep
“How to Succeed? Get More Sleep.” Perf. Arianna Huffington. TEDWomen 2010 – TED.com. Apr. 2010. Web. Video.

The Economic Value of a Good Night’s Sleep
Caswell, Wayne. “The Economic Value of a Good Night’s Sleep.” Modern Health Talk. 6 Mar. 2012. Web. Full Article.

Importance of ZZZs
“Importance of ZZZs.” University of New Hampshire – Health Services. Web. Full Article.

11 Science-Backed Tips for Your Best Sleep Ever (According to the Latest Studies)
Taylor, Marygrace. “11 Science-Backed Tips for Your Best Sleep Ever (According to the Latest Studies).” MindBodyGreen. 13 Dec. 2015. Web. Full Article.

13 All-Natural Ways to Fall Asleep Faster
Klein, Sarah. “13 All-Natural Ways to Fall Asleep Faster.” The Huffington Post. 11 Sept. 2013. Web. Full Article.

14 Ways to Improve Your Sleep
Wellness, Berkeley. “14 Ways to Improve Your Sleep.” The Huffington Post. 5 Dec. 2015. Web. Full Article.

3 Metrics You Need to Know for Optimal Sleep
Nader, Sina. “3 Metrics You Need to Know for Optimal Sleep.” The Huffington Post. 5 June 2015. Web. Full Article.

5 Things Never to Do before Bed
Kuster, Elizabeth. “5 Things Never to Do before Bed.” The Huffington Post. 12 Oct. 2012. Web. Full Article.

7 Sleep Doctors Reveal Their Favorite Tricks for Falling Asleep Fast
Domonell, Kristen. “7 Sleep Doctors Reveal Their Favorite Tricks for Falling Asleep Fast.” The Huffington Post. 23 Aug. 2013. Web. Full Article.

An Olfactory Stimulus Modifies Nighttime Sleep in Young Men and Women
Goel, Namni, Hyungsoo Kim, and Raymund P. Lao. “An Olfactory Stimulus Modifies Nighttime Sleep in Young Men and Women.”Chronobiology International 22.5 (2005): 889-904. Print. Abstract.

Can’t Fall Asleep, Even if Your Life Depends On It? Try These 12 Inspired Tips
“Can’t Fall Asleep, Even if Your Life Depends On It? Try These 12 Inspired Tips.” Everyday Health. 28 Feb. 2014. Web. Full Article.

Effect of Aromatherapy on the Quality of Sleep in Ischemic Heart Disease Patients Hospitalized in Intensive Care Units of Heart Hospitals of the Isfahan University of Medical Sciences
Moeini, M., M. Khadibi, R. Bekhradi, SA Mahmoudian, and F. Nazari. “Effect of Aromatherapy on the Quality of Sleep in Ischemic Heart Disease Patients Hospitalized in Intensive Care Units of Heart Hospitals of the Isfahan University of Medical Sciences.” Iranian Journal of Nursing and Midwifery Research 15.4 (2010): 234-39. Print. Abstract.

How Sleep Disorders Affect Us – and How to Lay Them to Rest
Kaplan, Gary. “How Sleep Disorders Affect Us – and How to Lay Them to Rest.” U.S. News. 7 Oct. 2015. Web. Full Article.

How to Get Rid of Sleep Debt
“How to Get Rid of Sleep Debt.” Sleep.org. Web. Full Article.

Lavender and the Nervous System
Koulivand, Peir Hossein, Maryam Khaleghi Ghadiri, and Ali Gorji. “Lavender and the Nervous System.” Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine (2013): 1-10. Print. Full Article.

Men, Women, and Sleep
“Men, Women, and Sleep.” National Sleep Foundation. Web. Full Article.

My Q and A with Michael Breus, aka The Sleep Doctor
Huffington, Arianna. “My Q and A with Michael Breus, Aka The Sleep Doctor.” The Huffington Post. 8 Sept. 2015. Web. Full Article.

Psychological and Behavioral Treatment of Insomnia: Update of the Recent Evidence (1998-2004)
Lichstein, KL, CA Espie, JD Edinger, DJ Buysse, RR Bootzin, and CM Morin. “Psychological and Behavioral Treatment of Insomnia: Update of the Recent Evidence (1998-2004).” Sleep 11 (2006): 1398-414. Print. Abstract.

What to Do if You Suffer from Middle-of-the-Night Insomnia
Freedman Harris, Shelby. “What to Do if You Suffer from Middle-of-the-Night Insomnia.” The Huffington Post. 11 Nov. 2015. Web. Full Article.

7 Big Things We Learned about Sleep in the past Decade
Gregoire, Carolyn. “7 Big Things We Learned about Sleep in the past Decade.” The Huffington Post. 25 May 2015. Web. Full Article.

5 Nightmarish Side Effects of Sleep Deprivation
Schumaker, Erin. “5 Nightmarish Side Effects of Sleep Deprivation.” The Huffington Post. 27 Oct. 2015. Web. Full Article.

23 Incredible Benefits of Getting More Sleep
Loria, Kevin. “23 Incredible Benefits of Getting More Sleep.” Business Insider. 22 Dec. 2014. Web. Full Article.

9 Things We Learned about Sleep in 2014
Klein, Sarah. “9 Things We Learned about Sleep In 2014.” The Huffington Post. 23 Dec. 2014. Web. Full Article.

A Prospective Study of Total Sleep Duration and Incident Metabolic Syndrome: The Arirang Study
Kim, Jang-Young, Dhananjay Yadav, Song Vogue Ahn, Sang-Baek Koh, Jong Taek Park, Junghan Yoon, Byung-Su Yoo, and Seung-Hwan Lee. “A Prospective Study of Total Sleep Duration and Incident Metabolic Syndrome: The Arirang Study.” Sleep Medicine 16.12 (2015): 1511-515. Print. Abstract.

AASM Partners with CDC to Address Chronic Sleep Loss Epidemic
“AASM Partners with CDC to Address Chronic Sleep Loss Epidemic.” American Academy of Sleep Medicine. 13 Nov. 2013. Web. Full Article.

Can You Really Catch Up On Sleep?
Fetters, K. Aleisha. “Can You Really Catch Up On Sleep?” The Huffington Post. 26 Nov. 2015. Web. Full Article.

The Cognitive Cost of Sleep Lost
Mccoy, John G., and Robert E. Strecker. “The Cognitive Cost of Sleep Lost.” Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 96.4 (2011): 564-82. Print. Abstract.

Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Cognition
Killgore, William D.s. “Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Cognition.” Progress in Brain Research (2010): 105-29. Print. Full Article.

Here’s a Horrifying Picture of What Sleep Loss Will Do to You
Schocker, Laura. “Here’s a Horrifying Picture of What Sleep Loss Will Do to You.” The Huffington Post. 8 Jan. 2014. Web. Full Article.

Insufficient Sleep Is a Public Health Epidemic
“Insufficient Sleep Is a Public Health Problem.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 3 Sept. 2015. Web. Full Article.

Interrupted Sleep? No Wonder You’re Moody
Rosenberg, Robert. “Interrupted Sleep? No Wonder You’re Moody.” Everyday Health. 14 July 2014. Web. Full Article.

Interview with Dr. David Claman: Can You Battle Sleep Deprivation and Win?
“Interview with Dr. David Claman: Can You Battle Sleep Deprivation and Win?” UCSF Medical Center. Web. Interview & Transcript.

Just One Night of Bad Sleep Can Alter Your Genes
Howard, Jacqueline. “Just One Night of Bad Sleep Can Alter Your Genes.” The Huffington Post. 22 July 2015. Web. Full Article.

Lack of Sleep (or Too Much of It) Raises Diabetes Risk for Older Women
Brenoff, Ann. “Lack of Sleep (or Too Much of It) Raises Diabetes Risk for Older Women.” The Huffington Post. 3 Nov. 2015. Web. Full Article.

Long-Term Changes in Sleep Duration, Energy Balance and Risk of Type 2 Diabetes
Cespedes, Elizabeth M., Shilpa N. Bhupathiraju, Yanping Li, Bernard Rosner, Susan Redline, and Frank B. Hu. “Long-Term Changes in Sleep Duration, Energy Balance and Risk of Type 2 Diabetes.” Diabetologia 59.1 (2015): 101-09. Print. Abstract.

Short Sleepers Are Four Times More Likely to Catch a Cold
“Short Sleepers Are Four Times More Likely to Catch a Cold.” UC San Francisco. 31 Aug. 2015. Web. Full Article.

Sleep Deprivation Affects Moral Judgment
“Sleep Deprivation Affects Moral Judgment.” American Academy of Sleep Medicine. 01 Mar. 2007. Web. Full Article.

Sleep Deprivation Can Change Your Genes
Klein, Sarah. “Sleep Deprivation Can Change Your Genes.” The Huffington Post. 24 Feb. 2014. Web. Full Article.

Sleep Disorders & Insufficient Sleep: Improving Health through Research
“Sleep Disorders & Insufficient Sleep: Improving Health through Research.” National Heart Lung and Blood Institute. 31 May 2013. Web. Full Article.

Sleep Disorders and Sleep Deprivation: An Unmet Public Health Problem
Colten, Harvey R, and Bruce M Altevogt. “Sleep Disorders and Sleep Deprivation: An Unmet Public Health Problem.” The National Academies(2006). Print. Full Article.

Sleep Health Index 2014 – Highlights
“Sleep Health Index 2014 – Highlights.” National Sleep Foundation. Web. Full Article.

Sleep or Die – Growing Body of Research Warns of Heart Attacks, Strokes
Storrs, Carina. “Sleep or Die – Growing Body of Research Warns of Heart Attacks, Strokes.” CNN. 19 June 2015. Web. Full Article.

Sleepless Nights Can Turn Lovers into Fighters
Anwar, Yasmin. “Sleepless Nights Can Turn Lovers into Fighters.” UC Berkeley News. 8 July 2013. Web. Full Article.

Starving for Sleep: America’s Hunger Games
“Starving for Sleep: America’s Hunger Games.” The Better Sleep Council. Web. Full Article.

The Scary Truth about Getting Fewer Than 6 Hours of Sleep Each Night
Rapaport, Lisa. “The Scary Truth about Getting Fewer Than 6 Hours of Sleep Each Night.” The Huffington Post. 24 Oct. 2015. Web. Full Article.

The Sleep Deprivation Epidemic
Rodgers, Paul. “The Sleep Deprivation Epidemic.” Forbes. 9 Sept. 2014. Web. Full Article.

The State of Sleep Deprivation in America
Kiger, Patrick J. “The State of Sleep Deprivation in America.” National Geographic Channel. 17 Nov. 2014. Web. Full Article.

Trends in Outpatient Visits for Insomnia, Sleep Apnea, and Prescriptions for Sleep Medications among US Adults: Findings from the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey 1999-2010
Ford, Earl S., Anne G. Wheaton, Timothy J. Cunningham, Wayne H. Giles, Daniel P. Chapman, and Janet B. Croft. “Trends in Outpatient Visits for Insomnia, Sleep Apnea, and Prescriptions for Sleep Medications among US Adults: Findings from the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey 1999-2010.” Sleep 37.8 (2014): 1283-293. Print. Abstract.

Uncovering Residual Effects of Chronic Sleep Loss on Human Performance
Cohen, D. A., W. Wang, J. K. Wyatt, R. E. Kronauer, D.-J. Dijk, C. A. Czeisler, and E. B. Klerman. “Uncovering Residual Effects of Chronic Sleep Loss on Human Performance.” Science Translational Medicine 2.12 (2010). Print. Abstract.

What Sleep Deprivation Does to Your Brain, in One Stunning Infographic
Fisher, Theresa. “What Sleep Deprivation Does to Your Brain, in One Stunning Infographic.” Mic. 18 Nov. 2014. Web. Full Article.

5 Scary Health Effects of Sleep Deprivation during the Teen Years
Gregoire, Carolyn. “5 Scary Health Effects of Sleep Deprivation during the Teen Years.” The Huffington Post. 24 July 2015. Web. Full Article.

ADHD and Sleep
“ADHD and Sleep.” National Sleep Foundation. Web. Full Article.

A Role for Sleep in Brain Plasticity
Dang-Vu, T.T., M. Desseilles, P. Peigneux, and P. Maquet. “A Role for Sleep in Brain Plasticity.” Pediatric Rehabilitation (2006): 98–118. Print. Full Article.

Association between Short Sleeping Hours and Overweight in Adolescents: Results from a US Suburban High School Survey
Seicean, Andreea, Susan Redline, Sinziana Seicean, H. Lester Kirchner, Yuan Gao, Michikazu Sekine, Xiaobei Zhu, and Amy Storfer-Isser. “Association between Short Sleeping Hours and Overweight in Adolescents: Results from a US Suburban High School Survey.” Sleep and Breathing 11.4 (2007): 285-93. Print. Abstract.

Bedtime Routines for Young Children: A Dose-Dependent Association with Sleep Outcomes
Mindell, Jodi A., Albert M. Li, Avi Sadeh, Robert Kwon, and Daniel Y.t. Goh. “Bedtime Routines for Young Children: A Dose-Dependent Association with Sleep Outcomes.” Sleep 38.5 (2015): 717–722. Print. Full Article.

Children and Sleep
“Children and Sleep.” National Sleep Foundation. Web. Full Article.

Dim the Lights: Study Aims to Get Teen Night Owls to Bed Earlier
Anwar, Yasmin. “Dim the Lights: Study Aims to Get Teen Night Owls to Bed Earlier.” UC Berkeley News. 23 Sept. 2014. Web. Full Article.

High School Students Getting Less Sleep
“High School Students Getting Less Sleep.” National Sleep Foundation. 25 Jan. 2010. Web. Full Article.

How Much Sleep Do We Really Need?
“How Much Sleep Do We Really Need?” National Sleep Foundation. Web. Full Article.

How to Get the Kids to Sleep: Tips and Techniques
“How to Get the Kids to Sleep: Tips and Techniques.” Today – NBC News. 22 Oct. 2015. Web. Video.

Prevalence of Insufficient, Borderline, and Optimal Hours of Sleep Among High School Students – United States, 2007
Eaton, Danice K., Lela R. Mcknight-Eily, Richard Lowry, Geraldine S. Perry, Letitia Presley-Cantrell, and Janet B. Croft. “Prevalence of Insufficient, Borderline, and Optimal Hours of Sleep Among High School Students – United States, 2007.” Journal of Adolescent Health 46.4 (2010): 399-401. Print. Abstract.

Sleep and Alertness in Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: A Systematic Review of the Literature
Cortese, S., E. Konofal, N. Yateman, NC Mouren, and M. Lecendreux. “Sleep and Alertness in Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: A Systematic Review of the Literature.” Sleep 29.4 (2006): 504-11. Print. Abstract.

Sleep Disorders and Daytime Sleepiness in Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder
Golan, N., E. Shahar, S. Ravid, and G. Pillar. “Sleep Disorders and Daytime Sleepiness in Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder.” Sleep 15.27 (2004): 261-66. Print. Abstract.

Sleep-Starved Kids: The Dangers of Catching Too Few Winks
Woodham, Chai. “Sleep-Starved Kids: The Dangers of Catching Too Few Winks.” U.S. News. 13 Feb. 2015. Web. Full Article.

Study to Explore if More Sleep Will Help Teens Shake off Depression
Anwar, Yasmin. “Study to Explore if More Sleep Will Help Teens Shake off Depression.” UC Berkeley News. 4 Nov. 2009. Web. Full Article.

Teen Night Owls Likely to Perform Worse Academically, Emotionally
“Teen Night Owls Likely to Perform Worse Academically, Emotionally.” UC Berkeley News. 10 Nov. 2013. Web. Full Article.

Teens and Sleep
“Teens and Sleep.” National Sleep Foundation. Web. Full Article.

The Contribution of Mindfulness Practice to a Multicomponent Behavioral Sleep Intervention Following Substance Abuse Treatment in Adolescents: A Treatment-Development Study
Britton, Willoughby B., Richard R. Bootzin, Jennifer C. Cousins, Brant P. Hasler, Tucker Peck, and Shauna L. Shapiro. “The Contribution of Mindfulness Practice to a Multicomponent Behavioral Sleep Intervention Following Substance Abuse Treatment in Adolescents: A Treatment-Development Study.” Substance Abuse 31.2 (2010): 86-97. Print. Abstract.

What We’ve Learned about Kids and Sleep in 2015
Moriarty, Kate. “What We’ve Learned about Kids And Sleep In 2015.” The Huffington Post. 9 Sept. 2015. Web. Full Article.

Adverse Metabolic Consequences in Humans of Prolonged Sleep Restriction Combined with Circadian Disruption
Buxton, O. M., S. W. Cain, S. P. O’Connor, J. H. Porter, J. F. Duffy, W. Wang, C. A. Czeisler, and S. A. Shea. “Adverse Metabolic Consequences in Humans of Prolonged Sleep Restriction Combined with Circadian Disruption.” Science Translational Medicine 4.129 (2012): 129-43. Print. Abstract.

Associations between Inadequate Sleep and Obesity in the US Adult Population: Analysis of the National Health Interview Survey (1977–2009)
Jean-Louis, Girardin, Natasha J Williams, Daniel Sarpong, Abhishek Pandey, Shawn Youngstedt, Ferdinand Zizi, and Gbenga Ogedegbe. “Associations between Inadequate Sleep and Obesity in the Us Adult Population: Analysis of the National Health Interview Survey (1977–2009).” BMC Public Health 14 (2014): 290. Print. Full Article.

Obesity and Sleep
“Obesity and Sleep” National Sleep Foundation. Web. Full Article.

Short Sleep Duration Increases Energy Intakes but Does Not Change Energy Expenditure in Normal-Weight Individuals
St-Onge, M.P., A. L. Roberts, J. Chen, M. Kelleman, M. O’keeffe, A. Roychoudhury, and P. J. Jones. “Short Sleep Duration Increases Energy Intakes but Does Not Change Energy Expenditure in Normal-weight Individuals.” American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 94.2 (2011): 410-16. Print. Abstract.

Sleep and the Epidemic of Obesity in Children and Adults
Cauter, E. Van, and K. L Knutson. “Sleep and the Epidemic of Obesity in Children and Adults.” European Journal of Endocrinology 159 (2008): 59–66. Print. Full Article.

Sleep Deprivation Linked to Junk Food Cravings
Anwar, Yasmin. “Sleep Deprivation Linked to Junk Food Cravings.” UC Berkeley News. 13 Aug. 2013. Web. Full Article.

Sleep Duration and Body Mass Index and Waist Circumference among U.S. Adults
Ford, Earl S., Chaoyang Li, Anne G. Wheaton, Daniel P. Chapman, Geraldine S. Perry, and Janet B. Croft. “Sleep Duration and Body Mass Index and Waist Circumference among U.S. Adults.” Obesity Journal 22.2 (2013): 598-607. Print. Abstract.

Alzheimer’s Disease and Sleep
“Alzheimer’s Disease and Sleep” National Sleep Foundation. Web. Full Article.

COPD and Difficulty Breathing
“COPD and Difficulty Breathing” National Sleep Foundation. Web. Full Article.

Epilepsy and Sleep
“Epilepsy and Sleep” National Sleep Foundation. Web. Full Article.

Lack of Sleep (or Too Much of It) Raises Diabetes Risk for Older Women
Brenoff, Ann. “Lack of Sleep (or Too Much of It) Raises Diabetes Risk for Older Women.” The Huffington Post. 13 Nov. 2015. Web. Full Article.

Long-Term Changes in Sleep Duration, Energy Balance and Risk of Type 2 Diabetes
Cespedes, Elizabeth M., Shilpa N. Bhupathiraju, Yanping Li, Bernard Rosner, Susan Redline, and Frank B. Hu. “Long-Term Changes in Sleep Duration, Energy Balance and Risk of Type 2 Diabetes.” Diabetologia 59.1 (2015): 101-09. Print. Full Article.

Multiple Sclerosis and Sleep
“Multiple Sclerosis and Sleep” National Sleep Foundation. Web. Full Article.

Pain and Sleep
“Pain and Sleep” National Sleep Foundation. Web. Full Article.

Sleep Loss Linked to Psychiatric Disorders
Anwar, Yasmin. “Sleep Loss Linked to Psychiatric Disorders.” UC Berkeley News. 22 Oct. 2007. Web. Full Article.

Are You Too Stressed to Sleep?
Rosenberg, Robert. “Are You Too Stressed to Sleep?” Everyday Health. 21 Oct. 2014. Web. Full Article.

Depression and Sleep
“Depression and Sleep” National Sleep Foundation. Web. Full Article.

Epidemiology of Insomnia, Depression, and Anxiety
Taylor, DJ, KL Lichstein, HH Durrence, BW Reidel, and AJ Bush. “Epidemiology of Insomnia, Depression, and Anxiety.” Sleep 28.11 (2005): 1457-464. Print. Abstract.

Relationships among Nightly Sleep Quality, Daily Stress, and Daily Affect
Blaxton, Jessica M., Cindy S. Bergeman, Brenda R. Whitehead, Marcia E. Braun, and Jessic D. Payne. “Relationships among Nightly Sleep Quality, Daily Stress, and Daily Affect.” The Journals of Gerontology (2015). Print. Abstract.

Sleep and Mental Health
“Sleep and Mental Health.” Harvard Medical School – Harvard Health. 1 July 2009. Web. Full Article.

Sleep Disturbance and Depression Recurrence in Community-Dwelling Older Adults: A Prospective Study
Cho, Hyong Jin, Helen Lavretsky, Richard Olmstead, Myron J. Levin, Michael N. Oxman, and Michael R. Irwin. “Sleep Disturbance and Depression Recurrence in Community-Dwelling Older Adults: A Prospective Study.” American Journal of Psychiatry 165.12 (2008): 1543-550. Print. Abstract.

Study to Explore if More Sleep Will Help Teens Shake off Depression
Anwar, Yasmin. “Study to Explore if More Sleep Will Help Teens Shake off Depression.” UC Berkeley News. 4 Nov. 2009. Web. Full Article.

The Effects of Breathing-Related Sleep Disorders on Mood Disturbances in the General Population
Ohayon, Maurice M. “The Effects of Breathing-Related Sleep Disorders on Mood Disturbances in the General Population.” The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 64.10 (2003): 1195-200. Print. Abstract.

The Management of Unwanted Pre-Sleep Thoughts in Insomnia: Distraction with Imagery Versus General Distraction
Harvey, Allison G., and Suzanna Payne. “The Management of Unwanted Pre-Sleep Thoughts in Insomnia: Distraction with Imagery Versus General Distraction.” Behaviour Research and Therapy 40.3 (2002): 267-77. Print. Full Article.

Tired and Edgy? Sleep Deprivation Boosts Anticipatory Anxiety
Anwar, Yasmin. “Tired and Edgy? Sleep Deprivation Boosts Anticipatory Anxiety.” UC Berkeley News. 25 June 2013. Web. Full Article.

What Do We Worry About?
Davey, Graham C.L. “What Do We Worry About?” Psychology Today. 21 May 2013. Web. Full Article.

A Deficit in the Ability to Form New Human Memories without Sleep
Yoo, Seung-Schik, Peter T Hu, Ninad Gujar, Ferenc A Jolesz, and Matthew P Walker. “A Deficit in the Ability to Form New Human Memories without Sleep.” Nature Neuroscience 10 (2007): 385-92. Print. Abstract.

Alzheimer’s Disease and Sleep
“Alzheimer’s Disease and Sleep” National Sleep Foundation. Web. Full Article.

An Afternoon Nap Markedly Boosts the Brain’s Learning Capacity
Anwar, Yasmin. “An Afternoon Nap Markedly Boosts the Brain’s Learning Capacity.” UC Berkeley News. 22 Feb. 2010. Web. Full Article.

Cognitive Consequences of Sleep and Sleep Loss
Walker, Matthew P. “Cognitive Consequences of Sleep and Sleep Loss.” Sleep Medicine (2008): S29–S34. Print. Full Article.

Current Treatments for Sleep Disturbances in Individuals with Dementia
Deschenes, Cynthia L., and Susan M. Mccurry. “Current Treatments for Sleep Disturbances in Individuals with Dementia.” Current Psychiatry Reports 11.1 (2009): 20-26. Print. Full Article.

Hippocampus-Dependent Strengthening of Targeted Memories via Reactivation during Sleep in Humans
Fuentemilla, Lluís, Júlia Miró, Pablo Ripollés, Adrià Vilà-Balló, Montserrat Juncadella, Sara Castañer, Neus Salord, Carmen Monasterio, Mercè Falip, and Antoni Rodríguez-Fornells. “Hippocampus-Dependent Strengthening of Targeted Memories via Reactivation during Sleep in Humans.” Current Biology 23.18 (2013): 1769-775. Print. Abstract.

Hourly Profiles of Sleep and Wakefulness in Severely Versus Mild-Moderately Demented Nursing Home Patients
Pat-Horenczyk, R., M. R. Klauber, T. Shochat, and S. Ancoli-Israel. “Hourly Profiles of Sleep and Wakefulness in Severely versus Mild-moderately Demented Nursing Home Patients.” Aging Clinical and Experimental Research 10.4 (1998): 308-15. Print. Abstract.

Human Relational Memory Requires Time and Sleep
Ellenbogen, J. M., P. T. Hu, J. D. Payne, D. Titone, and M. P. Walker. “Human Relational Memory Requires Time and Sleep.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2007): 7723-728. Print. Full Article.

Memories—Getting Wired during Sleep
Euston, D. R., and H. W. Steenland. “Memories—Getting Wired during Sleep.” Science 6 (2014): 1087-088. Print. Full Article.

Poor Sleep in Old Age Prevents the Brain from Storing Memories
Anwar, Yasmin. “Poor Sleep in Old Age Prevents the Brain from Storing Memories.” UC Berkeley News. 28 Jan. 2013. Web. Full Article.

Prefrontal Atrophy, Disrupted NREM Slow Waves and Impaired Hippocampal-Dependent Memory in Aging
Mander, Bryce A, Vikram Rao, Brandon Lu, Jared M Saletin, John R Lindquist, Sonia Ancoli-Israel, William Jagust, and Matthew P Walker. “Prefrontal Atrophy, Disrupted NREM Slow Waves and Impaired Hippocampal-Dependent Memory in Aging.” Nature Neuroscience 16 (2013): 357-64. Print. Abstract.

Sleep after Learning Aids Memory Recall
Gais, S., J. Born, and B. Lucas. “Sleep after Learning Aids Memory Recall.” Learning & Memory 13.3 (2006): 259-62. Print. Abstract.

Sleep Promotes Branch-Specific Formation of Dendritic Spines after Learning
Yang, G., C. S. W. Lai, J. Cichon, L. Ma, W. Li, and W.-B. Gan. “Sleep Promotes Branch-Specific Formation of Dendritic Spines after Learning.”Science 344.6188 (2014): 1173-178. Print. Abstract.

Sleep to Remember
Rasch, Björn, and Steffen Gais. “Sleep to Remember.” The Neuroscientist 12.5 (2006): 410-24. Print. Abstract.

Sleep-Dependent Memory Processing
Walker, Matthew P. “Sleep-Dependent Memory Processing.” The Neuroscience of Sleep (2007): 230-40. Print. Full Article.

Sleep-Dependent Memory Triage: Evolving Generalization through Selective Processing
Stickgold, Robert, and Matthew P Walker. “Sleep-Dependent Memory Triage: Evolving Generalization through Selective Processing.” Nature Neuroscience 16 (2013): 139-45. Print. Abstract.

Sleep’s Link to Learning and Memory Traced to Brain Chemistry
Hamilton, Jon. “Sleep’s Link To Learning And Memory Traced To Brain Chemistry.” NPR. 20 Nov. 2014. Web. Full Article.

The Memory Function of Sleep
Diekelmann, Susanne, and Jan Born. “The Memory Function of Sleep.” Nature Reviews Neuroscience 11 (2010): 114-26. Print. Abstract.

To Sleep, to Strive, or Both: How Best to Optimize Memory
Tucker, Matthew A., Sunny X. Tang, Amaka Uzoh, Alexandra Morgan, and Robert Stickgold. “To Sleep, to Strive, or Both: How Best to Optimize Memory.” PLoS ONE 6.7 (2011). Print. Full Article.

Neuroscience

3 Steps to Reprogram Your Thoughts to Reclaim Your Health
Ciares, Jovanka. “3 Steps to Reprogram Your Thoughts to Reclaim Your Health.” The Huffington Post. 3 Dec. 2015. Web. Full Article.

A Role for Sleep in Brain Plasticity
Dang-Vu, T.T., M. Desseilles, P. Peigneux, and P. Maquet. “A Role for Sleep in Brain Plasticity.” Pediatric Rehabilitation (2006): 98–118. Print.Full Article.

How Neuroplasticity and Cognitive Reserve Protect Cognitive Functioning
Vance, David E., Anthony J. Roberson, Teena M. Mcguinness, and Pariya L. Fazeli. “How Neuroplasticity and Cognitive Reserve Protect Cognitive Functioning.” Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services (2010): 23-30. Print. Abstract.

Induction of Plasticity in the Human Motor Cortex by Paired Associative Stimulation
Stefan, Katja, Erwin Kunesch, Leonardo G. Cohen, Reiner Benecke, and Joseph Classen. “Induction of Plasticity in the Human Motor Cortex by Paired Associative Stimulation.” Brain. (2000): 572-84. Print. Full Article.

Is Sleep Essential for Neural Plasticity in Humans, and How Does It Affect Motor and Cognitive Recovery?
Gorgoni, Maurizio, Aurora D’atri, Giulia Lauri, Paolo Maria Rossini, Fabio Ferlazzo, and Luigi De Gennaro. “Is Sleep Essential for Neural Plasticity in Humans, and How Does It Affect Motor and Cognitive Recovery?” Neural Plasticity (2013): 1-13. Print. Full Article.

Measures of Cortical Plasticity after Transcranial Paired Associative Stimulation Predict Changes in Electroencephalogram Slow-Wave Activity during Subsequent Sleep
Huber, Reto, Sara Maatta, Steve K. Esser, Simone Sarasso, Fabio Ferrarelli, Adam Watson, Florinda Ferreri, Michael J. Peterson, and Giulio Tononi. “Measures of Cortical Plasticity after Transcranial Paired Associative Stimulation Predict Changes in Electroencephalogram Slow-Wave Activity during Subsequent Sleep.” Journal of Neuroscience (2008): 7911-918. Print. Full Article.

Neural Plasticity in Hypocretin Neurons: The Basis of Hypocretinergic Regulation of Physiological and Behavioral Functions in Animals
Gao, Xiao-Bing, and Gretchen Hermes. “Neural Plasticity in Hypocretin Neurons: The Basis of Hypocretinergic Regulation of Physiological and Behavioral Functions in Animals.” Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience (2015). Print. Full Article-PDF Download.

Neuroplasticity and Positive Psychology in Clinical Practice: A Review for Combined Benefits
Shaffer, Joyce. “Neuroplasticity and Positive Psychology in Clinical Practice: A Review for Combined Benefits.” Psychology (2012): 1110-115. Print. Full Article-PDF Download.

Neuroscientists Secrets of Focus, Memory, and Moods
“Neuroscientist’s Secrets of Focus, Memory and Moods.” CBSNews. 29 May 2015. Web. 30 Dec. 2015. Video.

Nurture the Miracle of Neuroplasticity
Pasinski, M.D. “Nurture the Miracle of Neuroplasticity.” The Huffington Post. 5 Jan. 2013. Web. Full article.

Rewiring Your Emotions
Begley, Sharon. “Rewiring Your Emotions.” Mindful Magazine, 27 July 2013. Web. Full Article.

Sleep and Brain Plasticity
Maquet, Pierre, Carlyle Smith, and Robert Stickgold, eds. Sleep and Brain Plasticity. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2003. Print. Abstract.

Sleep and Synaptic Plasticity in the Developing and Adult Brain
Frank, Marcos G. “Sleep and Synaptic Plasticity in the Developing and Adult Brain.” Sleep, Neuronal Plasticity and Brain Function Current Topics in Behavioral Neurosciences (2015): 123-49. Print. Abstract.

Some Considerations on Sleep and Neural Plasticity
Tononi, G., and C. Cirelli. “Some Considerations on Sleep and Neural Plasticity. Archives Italiennes De Biologie, A Journal of Neuroscience. (2001) 139: 221-241. Abstract.

The Cognitive Cost of Sleep Lost
Mccoy, John G., and Robert E. Strecker. “The Cognitive Cost of Sleep Lost.” Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 96.4 (2011): 564-82. Print. Abstract.

The Cognitive Neuroscience of Sleep: Neuronal Systems, Consciousness and Learning
Hobson, J. Allan, and Edward F. Pace-Schott. “The Cognitive Neuroscience of Sleep: Neuronal Systems, Consciousness and Learning.” Nature Reviews Neuroscience 3 (2002): 679-93. Print. Review.

To Harness Neuroplasticity, Start with Enthusiasm
Popovic, Dr. Helena. “To Harness Neuroplasticity, Start with Enthusiasm.” SharpBrains – Tracking Health and Wellness Applications of Brain Science. 31 Jan. 2012. Web. Full Article.

An Afternoon Nap Markedly Boosts the Brain’s Learning Capacity
Anwar, Yasmin. “An Afternoon Nap Markedly Boosts the Brain’s Learning Capacity.” UC Berkeley News. 22 Feb. 2010. Web. Full Article.

5 Amazing Things Your Brain Does While You Sleep
Gregoire, Carolyn. “5 Amazing Things Your Brain Does While You Sleep.” The Huffington Post. 29 Sept. 2014. Web. Full Article.

9 Things We Learned About Sleep in 2014
Klein, Sarah. “9 Things We Learned About Sleep in 2014.” The Huffington Post. 25 Dec. 2014. Web. Full Article.

A Paravascular Pathway Facilitates CSF Flow through the Brain Parenchyma and the Clearance of Interstitial Solutes, Including Amyloid
Iliff, J. J., M. Wang, Y. Liao, B. A. Plogg, W. Peng, G. A. Gundersen, H. Benveniste, G. E. Vates, R. Deane, S. A. Goldman, E. A. Nagelhus, and M. Nedergaard. “A Paravascular Pathway Facilitates CSF Flow through the Brain Parenchyma and the Clearance of Interstitial Solutes, Including Amyloid.” Science Translational Medicine Vol 4.Issue 147 (2012): 147. Print. Abstract.

Brains Sweep Themselves Clean of Toxins during Sleep
Hamilton, John. “Brains Sweep Themselves Clean Of Toxins during Sleep.” NPR. 17 Oct. 2013. Web. Full Article.

Brains Sweep Themselves Clean of Toxins during Sleep
Stroka, Jackie. “Brains Sweep Themselves Clean of Toxins during Sleep. The Huffington Post. 29 Oct. 2015. Web. Full Article.

How Your Brain Actually Makes Decisions While You Sleep
Adrillon, Thomas, and Sid Kouider. “How Your Brain Actually Makes Decisions While You Sleep.” The Washington Post. 17 Sept. 2014. Web. Full Article.

New Hypothesis Explains Why We Sleep
Tononi, Giulio, and Chiara Cirelli. “New Hypothesis Explains Why We Sleep.” Scientific American. 1 Aug. 2013: 34-39. Print. Review.

Sleep “Cleans” the Brains of Toxins
Gallagher, James. “Sleep ‘Cleans’ the Brain of Toxins.” BBC News. 17 Oct. 2013. Web. Full Article.

Sleep Drives Metabolite Clearance from the Adult Brain
Xie, L., H. Kang, Q. Xu, M. J. Chen, Y. Liao, M. Thiyagarajan, J. O’donnell, D. J. Christensen, C. Nicholson, J. J. Iliff, T. Takano, R. Deane, and M. Nedergaard. “Sleep Drives Metabolite Clearance from the Adult Brain.” Science 342.6156 (2013): 373-77. Print. Abstract.

Sleep Is the Brain’s Way of Staying in Balance
Wright, Karen. “Sleep Is the Brain’s Way of Staying in Balance.” BBC News. 01 Aug. 2013. Web. Full Article & Video.

The Freaky Thing Your Brain Can Do While Your Asleep
Howard, Jacqueline. “The Freaky Thing Your Brain Can Do While You’re Asleep.” The Huffington Post. 13 Sept. 2014. Web. Full Article.

What Happens in Your Brain While You Sleep?
“What Happens in Your Brain While You Sleep?” CBSNews. 22 Nov. 2014. Web. Video.

Why Do We Sleep?
Sejnowski, Terrence J., and Alain Destexhe. “Why Do We Sleep?” Brain Research Vol. 886.Issues 1-2 (2000): 208-23. Print. Abstract.

3 Things You Can Literally Learn in Your Sleep
Brodwin, Erin. “3 Things You Can Literally Learn in Your Sleep.” Business Insider. 21 Oct. 2014. Web. Full Article.

5 Amazing Things Your Brain Does While You Sleep
Gregoire, Carolyn. “5 Amazing Things Your Brain Does While You Sleep.” The Huffington Post. 28 Sept. 2014. Web. Full Article.

6 Ways You Can Put Your Dreams to Work for You
Carr, Michelle. “6 Ways You Can Put Your Dreams to Work for You.” Psychology Today. 5 Apr. 2015. Web. Full Article.

An Afternoon Nap Markedly Boosts the Brain’s Learning Capacity
Anwar, Yasmin. “An Afternoon Nap Markedly Boosts the Brain’s Learning Capacity.” UC Berkeley News. 22 Feb. 2010. Web. Full Article.

As We Sleep, Speedy Brain Waves Boost Our Ability to Learn
Anwar, Yasmin. “As We Sleep, Speedy Brain Waves Boost Our Ability to Learn.” UC Berkeley News. 8 Mar. 2011. Web. Full Article.

Automatic Sleep Spindle Detection and Genetic Influence Estimation Using Continuous Wavelet Transform
Adamczyk, Marek, Lisa Genzel, Martin Dresler, Axel Steiger, and Elisabeth Friess. “Automatic Sleep Spindle Detection and Genetic Influence Estimation Using Continuous Wavelet Transform.” Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9:624 (2015). Print. Full Article.

Boosting Vocabulary Learning by Verbal Cueing during Sleep
Schreiner, Thomas, and Björn Rasch. “Boosting Vocabulary Learning by Verbal Cueing during Sleep.” Cerebral Cortex (2014): 4169-4179. Print. Full Article.

Cued Memory Reactivation during Sleep Influences Skill Learning
Antony, James W, Eric W Gobel, Justin K O’hare, Paul J Reber, and Ken A Paller. “Cued Memory Reactivation during Sleep Influences Skill Learning.” Nature Neuroscience 15 (2012): 1114-116. Print. Abstract.

Encoding Difficulty Promotes Postlearning Changes in Sleep Spindle Activity during Napping
Schmidt, C., P. Peigneux, V. Muto, M. Schenkel, V. Knoblauch, M. Munch, D. De Quervain, A. Wirz-Justice, and C. Cajochen. “Encoding Difficulty Promotes Postlearning Changes in Sleep Spindle Activity during Napping.” Journal of Neuroscience 26.35 (2006): 8976-8982. Print. Full Article.

Experiments Show We Really Can Learn While We Sleep
Stromberg, Joseph. “Experiments Show We Really Can Learn While We Sleep.” Smithsonian. 26 June 2012. Web. Full Article.

How Long Does It Actually Take to Form a New Habit? (Backed by Science)
Clear, James. “How Long Does It Actually Take to Form a New Habit? (Backed by Science).” The Huffington Post. 29 May 2015. Web. Full Article.

How Sleep Makes Your Mind More Creative
Stafford, Tom. “How Sleep Makes Your Mind More Creative.” BBC. 5 Dec. 2015. Web. Full Article.

How to (Really) Learn a Foreign Language While You Sleep
DiSalvo, David. “How to (Really) Learn a Foreign Language While You Sleep.” Forbes. 28 July 2014. Web. Full Article.

How to ‘Cram’ While Sleeping
Wolchover, Natalie. “How to ‘Cram’ While Sleeping.” LiveScience. 3 July 2012. Web. Full Article.

How Your Brain Actually Makes Decisions While You Sleep
Andrillon, Thomas, and Sid Kouider. “How Your Brain Actually Makes Decisions While You Sleep.” The Washington Post. 17 Sept. 2014. Web. Full Article.

Humans Can Learn New Information during Sleep
Arzi, Anat, Limor Shedlesky, Mor Ben-Shaul, Khitam Nasser, Arie Oksenberg, Ilana S Hairston, and Noam Sobel. “Humans Can Learn New Information during Sleep.” Nature Neuroscience (2012): 1460-465. Print. Abstract.

Inducing Task-Relevant Responses to Speech in the Sleeping Brain
Kouider, Sid, Thomas Andrillon, Leonardo S. Barbosa, Louise Goupil, and Tristan A. Bekinschtein. “Inducing Task-Relevant Responses to Speech in the Sleeping Brain.” Current Biology 24 (2014): 2208-214. Print. Full Article.

Learn While You Sleep
Marlow, Kristian. “Learn While You Sleep.” Psychology Today. 6 Dec. 2012. Web. Full Article.

Self-Regulation Strategies Improve Self-Discipline in Adolescents: Benefits of Mental Contrasting and Implementation Intentions
Duckworth, Angela Lee, Heidi Grant, Benjamin Loew, Gabriele Oettingen, and Peter M. Gollwitzer. “Self‐Regulation Strategies Improve Self‐discipline in Adolescents: Benefits of Mental Contrasting and Implementation Intentions.” Educational Psychology 31 (2010): 17-26. Print. Full Article.

Sleep Promotes the Extraction of Grammatical Rules
Nieuwenhuis, Ingrid L. C., Vasiliki Folia, Christian Forkstam, Ole Jensen, and Karl Magnus Petersson. “Sleep Promotes the Extraction of Grammatical Rules.” PLoS ONE 8(6) (2013). Print. Full Article.

Sleep-Associated Changes in the Mental Representation of Spoken Words
Dumay, N., and M. G. Gaskell. “Sleep-Associated Changes in the Mental Representation of Spoken Words.” Psychological Science 18 (2007): 35-39. Print. Abstract.

Sleep-Dependent Motor Memory Plasticity in the Human Brain
Walker, M.P., R. Stickgold, D. Alsop, N. Gaab, and G. Schlaug. “Sleep-dependent Motor Memory Plasticity in the Human Brain.” Neuroscience133 (2005): 911-17. Print. Full Article.

Strengthening Individual Memories by Reactivating Them during Sleep
Rudoy, John D., Joel L. Voss, Carmen E. Westerberg, and Ken A. Paller. “Strengthening Individual Memories by Reactivating Them during Sleep.” Science 326 (2009): 1079. Print. Abstract.

Strengthening Procedural Memories by Reactivation in Sleep
Schönauer, Monika, Teresa Geisler, and Steffen Gais. “Strengthening Procedural Memories by Reactivation in Sleep.” Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 26 (2014): 143-53. Print. Abstract.

The Sleep-Memory Connection and All the Ways We Can Learn in Our Sleep
Magaldi, Kristin. “The Sleep-Memory Connection and All the Ways We Can Learn in Our Sleep.” Medical Daily. 21 Aug. 2015. Full Article.

Waking Memories While You Sleep
Tremmel, Pat Vaughan. “Waking Memories While You Sleep.” Northwestern University. 19 Nov. 2009. Web. Full Article.

Want to Change Something? Read This First
Dalla-Camina, Megan. “Want to Change Something? Read This First.” The Huffington Post. 9 Aug. 2014. Web. Full Article.

Mindfulness

11 Science-Backed Tips for Your Best Sleep Ever (According to the Latest Studies)
Taylor, Marygrace. “11 Science-Backed Tips for Your Best Sleep Ever (According to the Latest Studies).” MindBodyGreen. 13 Dec. 2015. Web. Full Article.

A Low-Dose Mindfulness Intervention and Recovery from Work: Effects on Psychological Detachment, Sleep Quality, and Sleep Duration
Hülsheger, Ute R., Alina Feinholdt, and Annika Nübold. “A Low-dose Mindfulness Intervention and Recovery from Work: Effects on Psychological Detachment, Sleep Quality, and Sleep Duration.” Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 88.3 (2015): 464-89. Print. Abstract.

Combining Mindfulness Meditation with Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Insomnia: A Treatment-Development Study
Ong, Jason C., Shauna L. Shapiro, and Rachel Manber. “Combining Mindfulness Meditation with Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Insomnia: A Treatment-Development Study.” Behavior Therapy 39.2 (2008): 171-82. Print. Abstract.

Cultivating Mindfulness to Help Sleep
Breus, Michael J. “Cultivating Mindfulness to Help Sleep.” Psychology Today. 9 Mar. 2015. Web. Full Article.

How Mindfulness Improves Sleep
Hoffman, Adam. “How Mindfulness Improves Sleep.” The Greater Good Science Center at the University of California, Berkeley. 19 Oct. 2015. Web. Full Article.

Improving Sleep with Mindfulness and Acceptance: A Metacognitive Model of Insomnia
Ong, Jason C., Christi S. Ulmer, and Rachel Manber. “Improving Sleep with Mindfulness and Acceptance: A Metacognitive Model of Insomnia.” Behaviour Research and Therapy 50.11 (2012): 651-60. Print. Abstract.

Influence of Mindfulness Practice on Cortisol and Sleep in Long-Term and Short-Term Meditators
Brand, Serge, Edith Holsboer-Trachsler, José Raúl Naranjo, and Stefan Schmidt. “Influence of Mindfulness Practice on Cortisol and Sleep in Long-Term and Short-Term Meditators.” Neuropsychobiology 65.3 (2012): 109-18. Print. Abstract.

Meditation and Neuroplasticity: Five Key Articles
Malinowski, Peter. “Meditation and Neuroplasticity: Five Key Articles.” Meditation Research. 4 Mar. 2014. Web. Full Article.

Mindfulness Meditation and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia: A Naturalistic 12-Month Follow-Up
Ong, Jason C., Shauna L. Shapiro, and Rachel Manber. “Mindfulness Meditation and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia: A Naturalistic 12-Month Follow-up.” Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing 5.1 (2009): 30-36. Print. Abstract.

Mindfulness Meditation and Improvement in Sleep Quality and Daytime Impairment among Older Adults with Sleep Disturbances
Black, David S., Gillian A. O’Reilly, Richard Olmstead, Elizabeth C. Breen, and Michael R. Irwin. “Mindfulness Meditation and Improvement in Sleep Quality and Daytime Impairment among Older Adults with Sleep Disturbances.” JAMA Internal Medicine 175.4 (2015): 494-501. Print. Abstract.

Mindfulness Meditation for Chronic Insomnia. A Randomized Controlled Trial of Mindfulness Meditation for Chronic Insomnia
Ong JC, Manber R, Segal Z, Xia Y, Shapiro S, Wyatt JK. “Mindfulness Meditation for Chronic Insomnia. A Randomized Controlled Trial of Mindfulness Meditation for Chronic Insomnia.” Sleep 37.9 (2014):1553-1563. Abstract.

Mindfulness Meditation Helps Fight Insomnia, Improves Sleep
Corliss, Julie. “Mindfulness Meditation Helps Fight Insomnia, Improves Sleep.” Harvard Health Blog – Harvard Medical School. 18 Feb. 2015. Web. Full Article.

Mindfulness Practice Leads to Increases in Regional Brain Gray Matter Density
Hölzel, Britta K., James Carmody, Mark Vangel, Christina Congleton, Sita M. Yerramsetti, Tim Gard, and Sara W. Lazar. “Mindfulness Practice Leads to Increases in Regional Brain Gray Matter Density.” Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 191.1 (2011): 36-43. Print. Abstract.

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Improves Polysomnographic and Subjective Sleep Profiles in Antidepressant Users with Sleep Complaints
Britton, Willoughby B., Patricia L. Haynes, Keith W. Fridel, and Richard R. Bootzin. “Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Improves Polysomnographic and Subjective Sleep Profiles in Antidepressant Users with Sleep Complaints.” Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics 81.5 (2012): 296-304. Print. Full Article.

Not Sleeping? Mindfulness for Better Sleep
Cardillo, Joseph. “Not Sleeping? Mindfulness for Better Sleep.” Psychology Today. 28 May 2015. Web. Full Article.

Polysomnographic and Subjective Profiles of Sleep Continuity before and after Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy in Partially Remitted Depression
Britton, Willoughby B., Patricia L. Haynes, Keith W. Fridel, and Richard R. Bootzin. “Polysomnographic and Subjective Profiles of Sleep Continuity before and after Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy in Partially Remitted Depression.” Psychosomatic Medicine 72.6 (2010): 539-48. Print. Abstract.

The 5 Most Important Things We Learned about Mindfulness This Year
Gregoire, Carolyn. “The 5 Most Important Things We Learned about Mindfulness This Year.” The Huffington Post. 29 Dec. 2015. Web. Full Article.

The Contribution of Mindfulness Practice to a Multicomponent Behavioral Sleep Intervention Following Substance Abuse Treatment in Adolescents: A Treatment-Development Study
Britton, Willoughby B., Richard R. Bootzin, Jennifer C. Cousins, Brant P. Hasler, Tucker Peck, and Shauna L. Shapiro. “The Contribution of Mindfulness Practice to a Multicomponent Behavioral Sleep Intervention Following Substance Abuse Treatment in Adolescents: A Treatment-Development Study.” Substance Abuse 31.2 (2010): 86-97. Print. Abstract.

6 Breathing Tricks to Help You Fall Asleep Faster Tonight
Hall, Alena. “6 Breathing Tricks To Help You Fall Asleep Faster Tonight.” The Huffington Post. 11 Feb. 2015. Web. Full Article.

Can’t Sleep? Yoga Breathing Is Your Secret Weapon
Harrold, Ed. “Can’t Sleep? Yoga Breathing Is Your Secret Weapon.” The Huffington Post. 20 Nov. 2015. Web. Full Article.

Differences in Relaxation by Means of Guided Imagery in a Healthy Community Sample
Watanabe, E., S. Fukuda, H. Hara, Y. Maeda, T. Shirakawa, and H. Ohira. “Differences in Relaxation by Means of Guided Imagery in a Healthy Community Sample.” Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine 12.2 (2006): 60-66. Print. Abstract.

Imagery
“Imagery.” UC Irvine Health. Web. Full Article.

Impact of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) on Sleep, Mood, Stress and Fatigue Symptoms in Cancer Outpatients
Carlson, Linda E., and Sheila N. Garland. “Impact of Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR) on Sleep, Mood, Stress and Fatigue Symptoms in Cancer Outpatients.” International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 12.4 (2005): 278-85. Print. Abstract.

Relaxation Exercises for Falling Asleep
“Relaxation Exercises for Falling Asleep.” National Sleep Foundation. Web. Full Article.

Relaxation Techniques and Sleep Hygiene for Insomnia
“Relaxation Techniques and Sleep Hygiene for Insomnia.” U.S. National Library of Medicine. 24 Sept. 2014. Web. Abstract.

Cognitive Behavior Therapy

A Combined Group Treatment for Nightmares and Insomnia in Combat Veterans: A Pilot Study
Swanson, Leslie M., Todd K. Favorite, Elizabeth Horin, and J. Todd Arnedt. “A Combined Group Treatment for Nightmares and Insomnia in Combat Veterans: A Pilot Study.” Journal of Traumatic Stress 22.6 (2009): 639–642. Print. Abstract.

A Primary Care “Friendly” Cognitive Behavioral Insomnia Therapy
Edinger, Jack D., and William S. Sampson. “A Primary Care “Friendly” Cognitive Behavioral Insomnia Therapy.” Sleep 26.2 (2003): 177-82. Print. Full Article.

Does Cognitive-Behavioral Insomnia Therapy Alter Dysfunctional Beliefs about Sleep?
Quillian, RE, GR Marsh, RA Radtke, WK Wohlgemuth, and JD Edinger. “Does Cognitive-Behavioral Insomnia Therapy Alter Dysfunctional Beliefs about Sleep?” Sleep 24.5 (2001): 591-99. Print. Abstract.

Mindfulness Meditation and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia: A Naturalistic 12-Month Follow-Up
Ong, Jason C., Shauna L. Shapiro, and Rachel Manber. “Mindfulness Meditation and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia: A Naturalistic 12-Month Follow-up.” Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing 5.1 (2009): 30-36. Print. Abstract.

Nonpharmacologic Management of Chronic Insomnia
Harsora, Parul, and Jennifer Kessmann. “Nonpharmacologic Management of Chronic Insomnia.” American Family Physician 79.2 (2009): 125-30. Print. Full Article.

Online Treatment of Insomnia Using Behavioral Techniques
Hofman, Winni F., and Anand Kuma. “Online Treatment of Insomnia Using Behavioral Techniques.” Sleep Diagnosis and Therapy 5.3 (2010): 28-32. Print. Full Article.

Psychological and Behavioral Treatment of Insomnia: Update of the Recent Evidence (1998-2004)
Lichstein, KL, CA Espie, JD Edinger, DJ Buysse, RR Bootzin, and CM Morin. “Psychological and Behavioral Treatment of Insomnia: Update of the Recent Evidence (1998-2004).” Sleep 11 (2006): 1398-414. Print. Abstract.

Randomized Controlled Clinical Effectiveness Trial of Cognitive Behavior Therapy Compared with Treatment as Usual for Persistent Insomnia in Patients with Cancer
Espie, C. A., L. Fleming, J. Cassidy, L. Samuel, L. M. Taylor, C. A. White, N. J. Douglas, H. M. Engleman, H.-L. Kelly, and J. Paul. “Randomized Controlled Clinical Effectiveness Trial of Cognitive Behavior Therapy Compared with Treatment as Usual for Persistent Insomnia in Patients with Cancer.” Journal of Clinical Oncology 26.28 (2008): 4651-658. Print. Abstract.

Talking to a Therapist Could Be the Secret to Sleeping Better
Gregoire, Carolyn. “Talking to a Therapist Could Be the Secret to Sleeping Better.” The Huffington Post. 2015. Web. Full Article.

The Clinical Effectiveness of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Chronic Insomnia: Implementation and Evaluation of a Sleep Clinic in General Medical Practice
Espie, Colin A, Stephanie J Inglis, Susan Tessier, and Linda Harvey. “The Clinical Effectiveness of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Chronic Insomnia: Implementation and Evaluation of a Sleep Clinic in General Medical Practice.” Behaviour Research and Therapy 39.1 (2001): 45-60. Print. Abstract.

Treating Acute Insomnia: A Randomized Controlled Trial of a “Single-Shot” of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia
Ellis JG, Cushing T, Germain A. “Treating Acute Insomnia: A Randomized Controlled Trial of a “Single-Shot” of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia.” Sleep 38.6 (2015): 971–978. Print. Abstract.

Anxiety and Depression Together
Marano, Hara Estroff. “Anxiety and Depression Together.” Psychology Today. 20 Nov. 2015. Web. Full Article.

Cognitive Therapy of Anxiety Disorders
Chambless, DL, and MM Gillis. “Cognitive Therapy of Anxiety Disorders.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1993): 248-60. Print. Abstract.

Comparison of the Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression among Older Versus Younger Veterans: Results of a National Evaluation
Karlin, B. E., M. Trockel, G. K. Brown, M. Gordienko, J. Yesavage, and C. B. Taylor. “Comparison of the Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression among Older Versus Younger Veterans: Results of a National Evaluation.” The Journals of Gerontology (2013): 3-12. Print. Full Article.

Computer Therapy for the Anxiety and Depressive Disorders Is Effective, Acceptable and Practical Health Care: A Meta-Analysis
Andrews, Gavin, Pim Cuijpers, Michelle G. Craske, Peter Mcevoy, and Nickolai Titov. “Computer Therapy for the Anxiety and Depressive Disorders Is Effective, Acceptable and Practical Health Care: A Meta-Analysis.” PLoS ONE (2010). Print. Full Article.

Cost-Effectiveness of Computerised Cognitive–Behavioural Therapy for Anxiety and Depression in Primary Care: Randomised Controlled Trial
Mccrone, P., M. Knapp, J. Proudfoot, C. Ryden, K. Cavanagh, D. Shapiro, S. Ilson, J. Gray, D. Goldberg, A. Mann, I. Marks, B. Everitt, and A. Tylee. “Cost-Effectiveness of Computerised Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for Anxiety and Depression in Primary Care: Randomised Controlled Trial.” The British Journal of Psychiatry 185.1 (2004): 55-62. Print. Full Article.

Pragmatic Evaluation of Computer-Aided Self-Help for Anxiety and Depression
Marks, I. M., D. Mataix-Cols, M. Kenwright, R. Cameron, S. Hirsch, and L. Gega. “Pragmatic Evaluation of Computer-Aided Self-Help for Anxiety and Depression.” The British Journal of Psychiatry 183 (2003): 57-65. Print. Full Article.

Psychosocial Interventions for Depression, Anxiety, and Quality of Life in Cancer Survivors: Meta-Analyses
Osborn, Robyn L., Angelique C. Demoncada, and Michael Feuerstein. “Psychosocial Interventions for Depression, Anxiety, and Quality of Life in Cancer Survivors: Meta-Analyses.” The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 36 (2006): 13-34. Print. Abstract.

Using CBT Effectively for Treating Depression and Anxiety
Flynn, Heather A., and Ricks Warren. “Using CBT Effectively for Treating Depression and Anxiety.” Clinical Psychiatry News. 29 May 2014. Web. Full Article.

Music Therapy

A Comprehensive Review of the Psychological Effects of Brainwave Entrainment
Huang, TL, and C. Charyton. “A Comprehensive Review of the Psychological Effects of Brainwave Entrainment.” Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine 14.6 (2008): 38-50. Print. Full Article.

Auditory Closed-Loop Stimulation of the Sleep Slow Oscillation Enhances Memory
Ngo, Hong-Viet V., Thomas Martinetz, Jan Born, and Matthias Mölle. “Auditory Closed-Loop Stimulation of the Sleep Slow Oscillation Enhances Memory.” Neuron 78.3 (2013): 545-53. Print. Abstract.

Brain Entrainment for Better Sleep and Health
Caswell, Wayne. “Brain Entrainment for Better Sleep and Health.” Modern Health Talk. 13 Nov. 2011. Web. Full Article.

Does Music Have Healing Powers?
Friedman, Michael. “Does Music Have Healing Powers?” Psychology Today. 4 Feb. 2014. Web. Full Article.

Listening to Nature Sounds at Work Can Boost Your Mood and Productivity, Study Finds
Gregoire, Carolyn. “Listening To Nature Sounds At Work Can Boost Your Mood And Productivity, Study Finds.” The Huffington Post. 25 May 2015. Web. Full Article.

The Beautiful Things Music Does to Your Brain
Brekke, Kira. “The Beautiful Things Music Does To Your Brain.” The Huffington Post. 26 May 2015. Web. Full Article.

The Healing Power of Music
“The Healing Power of Music.” PBS. 27 Feb. 2012. Web. Full Article & Video.

Music Improves Sleep Quality in Older Adults
Lai, Hui-Ling, and Marion Good. “Music Improves Sleep Quality in Older Adults.” Journal of Advanced Nursing 49.3 (2005): 134-44. Print. Abstract.

Music Improves Sleep Quality in Students
Harmat, László, Johanna Takács, and Róbert Bódizs. “Music Improves Sleep Quality in Students.” Journal of Advanced Nursing 62.3 (2008): 327-35. Print. Abstract.

Positive Psychology

Counting Blessings Versus Burdens: An Experimental Investigation of Gratitude and Subjective Well-Being in Daily Life
Emmons, Robert A., and Michael E. Mccullough. “Counting Blessings Versus Burdens: An Experimental Investigation of Gratitude and Subjective Well-Being in Daily Life.” Journal of Personality & Social Psychology 84.2 (2003): 377-89. Print. Abstract.

Effects of Constructive Worry, Imagery Distraction, and Gratitude Interventions on Sleep Quality: A Pilot Trial
Digdon, Nancy, and Amy Koble. “Effects of Constructive Worry, Imagery Distraction, and Gratitude Interventions on Sleep Quality: A Pilot Trial.” Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being 3.2 (2011): 193-206. Print. Abstract.

Gratitude Influences Sleep through the Mechanism of Pre-Sleep Cognitions
Wood, Alex M., Stephen Joseph, Joanna Lloyd, and Samuel Atkins. “Gratitude Influences Sleep through the Mechanism of Pre-Sleep Cognitions.” Journal of Psychosomatic Research 66.1 (2009): 43-48. Print. Abstract.

How Gratitude Helps You Sleep at Night
Andrews, Linda Wasmer. “How Gratitude Helps You Sleep at Night.” Psychology Today. 2011. Web. Full Article.

16 Ways to Improve Your Mental Health in 2016
Holmes, Lindsay. “16 Ways to Improve Your Mental Health in 2016.” The Huffington Post. 15 Dec. 2015. Web. Full Article.

A Positive-Negative Mode of Population Covariation Links Brain Connectivity, Demographics and Behavior
Smith, Stephen M, Thomas E Nichols, Diego Vidaurre, Anderson M Winkler, Timothy E J Behrens, Matthew F Glasser, Kamil Ugurbil, Deanna M Barch, David C Van Essen, and Karla L Miller. “A Positive-Negative Mode of Population Covariation Links Brain Connectivity, Demographics and Behavior.” Nature Neuroscience 18 (2015): 1565-567. Print. Abstract.

How the Brains of Happy, Successful People Are Wired
Gregoire, Carolyn. “How the Brains of Happy, Successful People Are Wired.” The Huffington Post. 1 Oct. 2015. Web. Full Article.

Neuroplasticity and Positive Psychology in Clinical Practice: A Review for Combined Benefits
Shaffer, Joyce. “Neuroplasticity and Positive Psychology in Clinical Practice: A Review for Combined Benefits.” Psychology (2012): 1110-115. Print. Full Article-PDF Download.

Positive Behavioral Traits and Functional Connections Covary in HCP Subjects
Elam, Jenn. “Positive Behavioral Traits and Functional Connections Covary in HCP Subjects.” Human Connectome Project. 30 Sept. 2015. Web. Full Article.

Cognitive Treatment through Positive Self-Verbalization: A Multiple Case Study
Lange, Alfred, René Richard, Jette Kiestra, and Elien Van Oostendorp. “Cognitive Treatment through Positive Self-Verbalization: A Multiple Case Study.” Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy 25.02 (1997): 161-71. Print. Abstract.

Instructional and Motivational Self-Talk: An Investigation on Perceived Self-Talk Functions
Hatzigeorgiadis, Antonis. “Instructional and Motivational Self-Talk: An Investigation on Perceived Self-Talk Functions.” Hellenic Journal of Psychology 3 (2006): 164-75. Print. Full Article.

Investigating the Functions of Self-Talk: The Effects of Motivational Self-Talk on Self-Efficacy and Performance in Young Tennis Players
Hatzigeorgiadis, Antonis, Nikos Zourbanos, Yannis Theodorakis, and Christos Goltsios. “Investigating the Functions of Self-Talk: The Effects of Motivational Self-Talk on Self-Efficacy and Performance in Young Tennis Players.” Sport Psychologist 22.4 (2008): 458. Print. Abstract.

Just Thinking You’re Overweight Can Actually Lead to Weight Gain
Kennedy, Madeline. “Just Thinking You’re Overweight Can Actually Lead to Weight Gain.” The Huffington Post. 25 Sept. 2015. Web. Full Article.

Navigating into the Future or Driven by the Past
Seligman, M. E. P., P. Railton, R. F. Baumeister, and C. Sripada. “Navigating into the Future or Driven by the Past.” Perspectives on Psychological Science 8.119 (2013): 119-41. Print. Full Article.

Perceived Weight Status and Risk of Weight Gain across Life in US and UK Adults
Robinson, E., J M Hunger, and M. Daly. “Perceived Weight Status and Risk of Weight Gain across Life in US and UK Adults.” International Journal of Obesity (2015): 1721-726. Print. Abstract.

Self-Affirmation Enhances Performance, Makes us Receptive to Our Mistakes
“Self-Affirmation Enhances Performance, Makes Us Receptive to Our Mistakes.” Association for Psychological Science. 24 Oct. 2012. Web. Full Article.

Self-Criticism and Self-Warmth: An Imagery Study Exploring Their Relation to Depression
Gilbert, Paul, Mark W. Baldwin, Chris Irons, Jodene R. Baccus, and Michelle Palmer. “Self-Criticism and Self-Warmth: An Imagery Study Exploring Their Relation to Depression.” Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy 20.2 (2006): 183-200. Print. Full Article.

Self-Statement Modification Techniques for Distressed College Students with Low Self-Esteem and Depressive Symptoms
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