Elizabeth McDevitt
Elizabeth McDevitt
Postdoctoral Researcher, Princeton University
Verified email at princeton.edu
TitleCited byYear
The critical role of sleep spindles in hippocampal-dependent memory: a pharmacology study
SC Mednick, EA McDevitt, JK Walsh, E Wamsley, M Paulus, JC Kanady, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (10), 4494-4504, 2013
1752013
Direct comparison of two actigraphy devices with polysomnographically recorded naps in healthy young adults
N Cellini, MP Buman, EA McDevitt, AA Ricker, SC Mednick
Chronobiology international 30 (5), 691-698, 2013
982013
Personality and healthy sleep: the importance of conscientiousness and neuroticism
KA Duggan, HS Friedman, EA McDevitt, SC Mednick
PloS one 9 (3), e90628, 2014
812014
The role of sleep and practice in implicit and explicit motor learning
CA Rieth, DJ Cai, EA McDevitt, SC Mednick
Behavioural brain research 214 (2), 470-474, 2010
492010
REM sleep rescues learning from interference
EA McDevitt, KA Duggan, SC Mednick
Neurobiology of learning and memory 122, 51-62, 2015
352015
The effect of nap frequency on daytime sleep architecture
EA McDevitt, WA Alaynick, SC Mednick
Physiology & behavior 107 (1), 40-44, 2012
342012
Autonomic activity during sleep predicts memory consolidation in humans
LN Whitehurst, N Cellini, EA McDevitt, KA Duggan, SC Mednick
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (26), 7272-7277, 2016
272016
Nocturnal continuous glucose and sleep stage data in adults with type 1 diabetes in real-world conditions
SF Feupe, PF Frias, SC Mednick, EA McDevitt, ND Heintzman
Journal of diabetes science and technology 7 (5), 1337-1345, 2013
232013
Free-living cross-comparison of two wearable monitors for sleep and physical activity in healthy young adults
N Cellini, EA McDevitt, SC Mednick, MP Buman
Physiology & behavior 157, 79-86, 2016
222016
Human hippocampal replay during rest prioritizes weakly learned information and predicts memory performance
AC Schapiro, EA McDevitt, TT Rogers, SC Mednick, KA Norman
Nature communications 9 (1), 3920, 2018
212018
The effect of sex and menstrual phase on memory formation during a nap
N Sattari, EA McDevitt, D Panas, M Niknazar, M Ahmadi, M Naji, FC Baker, ...
Neurobiology of learning and memory 145, 119-128, 2017
162017
Sex differences in sleep-dependent perceptual learning
EA McDevitt, A Rokem, MA Silver, SC Mednick
Vision research 99, 172-179, 2014
152014
Heart rate variability during daytime naps in healthy adults: Autonomic profile and short‐term reliability
N Cellini, LN Whitehurst, EA McDevitt, SC Mednick
Psychophysiology 53 (4), 473-481, 2016
142016
Automatic detection of rapid eye movements (REMs): A machine learning approach
BD Yetton, M Niknazar, KA Duggan, EA McDevitt, LN Whitehurst, N Sattari, ...
Journal of neuroscience methods 259, 72-82, 2016
142016
Sleep after practice reduces the attentional blink
N Cellini, PT Goodbourn, EA McDevitt, P Martini, AO Holcombe, ...
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 77 (6), 1945-1954, 2015
122015
Validation of an automated wireless system for sleep monitoring during daytime naps
N Cellini, EA McDevitt, AA Ricker, KM Rowe, SC Mednick
Behavioral sleep medicine 13 (2), 157-168, 2015
122015
The benefit of offline sleep and wake for novel object recognition
EA McDevitt, KM Rowe, M Brady, KA Duggan, SC Mednick
Experimental brain research 232 (5), 1487-1496, 2014
112014
Sleep benefits memory for semantic category structure while preserving exemplar-specific information
AC Schapiro, EA McDevitt, L Chen, KA Norman, SC Mednick, TT Rogers
Scientific reports 7 (1), 14869, 2017
102017
Quantifying sleep architecture dynamics and individual differences using big data and Bayesian networks
BD Yetton, EA McDevitt, N Cellini, C Shelton, SC Mednick
PloS one 13 (4), e0194604, 2018
72018
Brief periods of NREM sleep do not promote early offline gains but subsequent on-task performance in motor skill learning
JG Maier, H Piosczyk, J Holz, N Landmann, C Deschler, L Frase, M Kuhn, ...
Neurobiology of learning and memory 145, 18-27, 2017
72017
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