|The dream-lag effect: selective processing of personally significant events during rapid eye movement sleep, but not during slow wave sleep|
E Van Rijn, JB Eichenlaub, PA Lewis, MP Walker, MG Gaskell, ...
Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 122, 98-109, 2015
|Validation of a consumer sleep wearable device with actigraphy and polysomnography in adolescents across sleep opportunity manipulations|
XK Lee, NIYN Chee, JL Ong, TB Teo, E van Rijn, JC Lo, MWL Chee
Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine 15 (9), 1337-1346, 2019
|Incorporation of recent waking-life experiences in dreams correlates with frontal theta activity in REM sleep|
JB Eichenlaub, E van Rijn, MG Gaskell, PA Lewis, E Maby, JE Malinowski, ...
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 13 (6), 637-647, 2018
|A split sleep schedule rescues short-term topographical memory after multiple nights of sleep restriction|
JN Cousins, E Van Rijn, JL Ong, MWL Chee
Sleep 42 (4), zsz018, 2019
|Differential effects of split and continuous sleep on neurobehavioral function and glucose tolerance in sleep-restricted adolescents|
JC Lo, DCK Twan, S Karamchedu, XK Lee, JL Ong, E Van Rijn, JJ Gooley, ...
Sleep 42 (5), zsz037, 2019
|The nature of delayed dream incorporation (‘dream‐lag effect’): Personally significant events persist, but not major daily activities or concerns|
JB Eichenlaub, E van Rijn, M Phelan, L Ryder, MG Gaskell, PA Lewis, ...
Journal of sleep research 28 (1), e12697, 2019
|Daydreams incorporate recent waking life concerns but do not show delayed (‘dream-lag’) incorporations|
E van Rijn, AM Reid, CL Edwards, JE Malinowski, PM Ruby, ...
Consciousness and Cognition 58, 51-59, 2018
|The nature of delayed dream incorporation: personally significant events persist, but not major daily activities or concerns: 202|
M Blagrove, JB Eichenlaub, E Van Rijn, M Phelan, L Ryder, G Gaskell, ...
Journal of Sleep Research 23, 48-49, 2014
|Does splitting sleep improve long-term memory in chronically sleep deprived adolescents?|
JN Cousins, E van Rijn, JL Ong, KF Wong, MWL Chee
npj Science of Learning 4 (1), 1-11, 2019
|Sleep‐dependent memory consolidation is related to perceived value of learned material|
E Van Rijn, C Lucignoli, C Izura, MT Blagrove
Journal of sleep research 26 (3), 302-308, 2017
|Insight from the consideration of REM dreams, non-REM dreams, and daydreams.|
M Blagrove, C Edwards, E van Rijn, A Reid, J Malinowski, P Bennett, ...
Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice 6 (2), 138, 2019
|Sleep improves memory for the content but not execution of intentions in adolescents|
RLF Leong, E van Rijn, SYJ Koh, MWL Chee, JC Lo
Sleep medicine 56, 111-116, 2019
|Sleep does not cause false memories on a story-based test of suggestibility|
E van Rijn, N Carter, H McMurtrie, P Willner, MT Blagrove
Consciousness and Cognition 52, 39-46, 2017
|0092 A Daytime Nap Restores Hippocampal Function and Improves Declarative Learning|
J Ong, T Lau, X Lee, E van Rijn, MW Chee
Sleep 43 (Supplement_1), A37-A37, 2020
|Sleep does not cause false memories on the Deese-Roediger-McDermott paradigm|
E Cox, N Carter, P Willner, MT Blagrove, E van Rijn
Journal of Sleep Research 25, 205-205, 2016
|Evaluation of an interactive school-based sleep education program: a cluster-randomized controlled trial|
E van Rijn, SYJ Koh, ASC Ng, K Vinogradova, NIYN Chee, SM Lee, JC Lo, ...
Sleep health 6 (2), 137-144, 2020
|The relationship of stimulus emotionality to sleep-dependent memory consolidation: Testing contrasting theories using memory for negative, neutral and positive emotionally …|
AM Reid, M Carr, A Bloxham, N Basoudan, E van Rijn, M Blagrove
JOURNAL OF SLEEP RESEARCH 27, 2018
|Insight gains from the dream group discussion of REM dream, N2 dream and pre-sleep daydream reports|
M Blagrove, E van Rijn, A Reid, C Edwards, J Malinowski, P Bennett, ...
Journal of Sleep Research 25, 245-245, 2016
|Sleep-dependent memory consolidation is related to perceived value of learned material in a Welsh language learning task|
E van Rijn, C Lucignoli, C Izura, MT Blagrove
JOURNAL OF SLEEP RESEARCH 25, 204-205, 2016
|Neural Responses to Novel and Existing Words in Children with Autism Spectrum and Developmental Language Disorders|
VCP Knowland, DH Baker, G Gaskell, E van Rijn, SA Walker, C Norbury, ...