|Learning machines and sleeping brains: automatic sleep stage classification using decision-tree multi-class support vector machines|
T Lajnef, S Chaibi, P Ruby, PE Aguera, JB Eichenlaub, M Samet, ...
Journal of neuroscience methods 250, 94-105, 2015
|Brain reactivity differentiates subjects with high and low dream recall frequencies during both sleep and wakefulness|
JB Eichenlaub, O Bertrand, D Morlet, P Ruby
Cerebral cortex 24 (5), 1206-1215, 2014
|Resting brain activity varies with dream recall frequency between subjects|
JB Eichenlaub, A Nicolas, J Daltrozzo, J Redouté, N Costes, P Ruby
Neuropsychopharmacology 39 (7), 1594-1602, 2014
|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
|Sleep spindle and K-complex detection using tunable Q-factor wavelet transform and morphological component analysis|
T Lajnef, S Chaibi, JB Eichenlaub, PM Ruby, PE Aguera, M Samet, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 414, 2015
|What is the specificity of the response to the own first-name when presented as a novel in a passive oddball paradigm? An ERP study|
JB Eichenlaub, P Ruby, D Morlet
Brain research 1447, 65-78, 2012
|Alpha reactivity to first names differs in subjects with high and low dream recall frequency|
PM Ruby, C Blochet, JB Eichenlaub, O Bertrand, D Morlet, A Bidet-Caulet
Frontiers in psychology 4, 419, 2013
|Increased evoked potentials to arousing auditory stimuli during sleep: implication for the understanding of dream recall|
R Vallat, T Lajnef, JB Eichenlaub, C Berthomier, K Jerbi, D Morlet, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 11, 132, 2017
|Intrinsic coupling between gamma oscillations, neuronal discharges, and slow cortical oscillations during human slow-wave sleep|
SS Dalal, CM Hamamé, JB Eichenlaub, K Jerbi
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (43), 14285-14287, 2010
|Alpha reactivity to complex sounds differs during REM sleep and wakefulness|
P Ruby, C Blochet, JB Eichenlaub, O Bertrand, D Morlet, A Bidet-Caulet
PLoS One 8 (11), 2013
|Meet spinky: an open-source spindle and K-complex detection toolbox validated on the open-access montreal archive of sleep studies (MASS)|
T Lajnef, C O’Reilly, E Combrisson, S Chaibi, JB Eichenlaub, PM Ruby, ...
Frontiers in neuroinformatics 11, 15, 2017
|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
|Sleep: An Open-Source Python Software for Visualization, Analysis, and Staging of Sleep Data|
E Combrisson, R Vallat, JB Eichenlaub, C O'Reilly, T Lajnef, A Guillot, ...
Frontiers in neuroinformatics 11, 60, 2017
|Daily life experiences in dreams and sleep-dependent memory consolidation|
JB Eichenlaub, SS Cash, M Blagrove
Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory Consolidation, 161-172, 2017
|Ictal and preictal power changes outside of the seizure focus correlate with seizure generalization|
JS Naftulin, OJ Ahmed, G Piantoni, JB Eichenlaub, LE Martinet, ...
Epilepsia 59 (7), 1398-1409, 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
|Dreams are made of memories, but maybe not for memory|
M Blagrove, P Ruby, JB Eichenlaub
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 (6), 609, 2013
|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
|Dream recall frequency is associated with medial prefrontal cortex white-matter density|
R Vallat, JB Eichenlaub, A Nicolas, PM RUBY
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 1856, 2018
|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