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A Case of REM Sleep Behavior Disorder Confirmed with Polysomnography

Jeong DU, Yoon IY

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 1994 Jun;1(1):99-106.
The authors report a case of REM sleep behavior disorder which occurred in a 69-year-old business man. He began experiencing episodic "acting out" behavior of his dream at the age...
P3 in the Auditory Event-Related Evoked Potential of Schizophrenia(I): P3 in the Schizophrenics

Oh DJ, Chang HI

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 1994 Jun;1(1):87-98.
OBJECTIVES: To examine a defect in inhibitory gating of auditory evoked response in schizophrenics, to compare P3 latency and amplitude in negative and positive schizophrenics, and to assess the association...
Event Related Potential and Neuropsychological Tests

Lee SH, Koo AS, Woo JH, Kim BG

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 1994 Jun;1(1):76-86.
OBJECTIVES: This research was performed in order to observe the neuropsychological implication and functional anatomical source of event related potentials(ERP) by studying of correlations between event related potentials and neuropsychological...
The Effects of Circadian Rhythm in Subjective Alertness on the Occurrence of Traffic Accidents

Yu BH, Cho DY, Jeong DU

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 1994 Jun;1(1):68-75.
In order to examine the effects of circadian rhythm in subjective alertness on the occurrence of traffic accidents, the authors investigated the occurrence rate of traffic accidents adjusted to traffic...
Application of Clinical Features and the Degree of Oxygen Desaturation as a Screening Test for the Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome

Ko JK, Kim L, Suh KY, Shin DK

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 1994 Jun;1(1):60-67.
OBJECTIVES: The Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome is characterized by snoring, observed apnea during sleep and excessive daytime sleepiness. The overnight polysomnographic recording is used to investigate patients with possible obstructive...
A Comparison of Nighttime Sleepiness, Performance, and Body Temperature between Morning-Type and Evening-Type Persons

Yoon JS, Kook SH, Shin IS, Shin MS, Choi Y, Lee MS, Lee HY

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 1994 Jun;1(1):47-59.
OBJECTIVES: The main purpose of this study was to investigate the possible differences in sleepiness, performance, and body temperature during the night between morning(M) and evening (E) type subjects. METHODS: After...
Clinical Applications of Event-related Potentials

Kwon JS

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 1994 Jun;1(1):36-46.
The event-related potentials are difined as the changes in voltage that occur at particular time before, during and after something that happens in the physical world or some psychological processes....
An Introduction to Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery

Kim YC

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 1994 Jun;1(1):29-35.
Overall purposes of neuropsychological tests are summarized as follows : 1) Indentifying brain damage in individuals who have symptoms of uncertain etiology : 2) Assessing the extent and nature of...
Psychophysiological Self Regulation: Focussed on Biofeedback

Hwang IK

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 1994 Jun;1(1):20-28.
The field of applied biofeedback as one of psychophysiological self regulation techniques began in the united states in 1950s. Biofeedback may be described as information about the effects of a response...
Polysomnographic Evauation for Disorders of Initiating and Maintaining Sleep

Kim L

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 1994 Jun;1(1):9-19.
Disorders of initiating and maintaining sleep(DIMS : insomnia)may be a symptom of some other disease or the basic, root problem in some patients. DIMS is usually treated by private physicians...
The Causes and Developmental Mechanism of Insomnia

Lee SH

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 1994 Jun;1(1):3-8.
With the recent development of sleep medicine, insomnia has been perceived as a disease from a simple symptom. As there are various causes in a disease, proper treatment according to...

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