Mark Blagrove
Mark Blagrove
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The relationship of nightmare frequency and nightmare distress to well‐being
M Blagrove, L Farmer, E Williams
Journal of sleep research 13 (2), 129-136, 2004
1862004
The effects of chronic sleep reduction on the performance of cognitive tasks sensitive to sleep deprivation
M Blagrove, C Alexander, JA Horne
Applied Cognitive Psychology 9 (1), 21-40, 1995
1551995
The effects of improving sleep on mental health (OASIS): a randomised controlled trial with mediation analysis
D Freeman, B Sheaves, GM Goodwin, LM Yu, A Nickless, PJ Harrison, ...
The Lancet Psychiatry 4 (10), 749-758, 2017
1502017
Effects of length of sleep deprivation on interrogative suggestibility.
M Blagrove
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 2 (1), 48, 1996
1461996
Dreams as the reflection of our waking concerns and abilities: A critique of the problem-solving paradigm in dream research.
M Blagrove
Dreaming 2 (4), 205, 1992
1291992
Lucid dreaming: Associations with internal locus of control, need for cognition and creativity
M Blagrove, SJ Hartnell
Personality and Individual Differences 28 (1), 41-47, 2000
1102000
Definitions of dream: A paradigm for comparing field descriptive specific studies of dream
JF Pagel, M Blagrove, R Levin, B Stickgold, S White
Dreaming 11 (4), 195-202, 2001
872001
Happiness in dreams: Associations with waking happiness, skills, and challenges
M Blagrove, C Price
Sleep 23 (Suppl 2), A100-A101, 2000
842000
Assessing the dream-lag effect for REM and NREM stage 2 dreams
M Blagrove, NC Fouquet, JA Henley-Einion, EF Pace-Schott, AC Davies, ...
PLoS One 6 (10), 2011
832011
Personality and the modulation of effects of sleep loss on mood and cognition
M Blagrove, L Akehurst
Personality and Individual Differences 30 (5), 819-828, 2001
812001
A replication of the 5–7 day dream-lag effect with comparison of dreams to future events as control for baseline matching
M Blagrove, J Henley-Einion, A Barnett, D Edwards, CH Seage
Consciousness and Cognition 20 (2), 384-391, 2011
762011
Sleep and dreaming: Scientific advances and reconsiderations
EF Pace-Schott, M Solms, M Blagrove
Cambridge University Press, 2003
742003
Dreams, images and emotions associated with propofol anaesthesia
B Brandner, M Blagrove, G McCallum, LM Bromley
Anaesthesia 52 (8), 750-755, 1997
741997
Nightmare frequency, personality and acute psychopathology
L Chivers, M Blagrove
Personality and Individual Differences 27 (5), 843-851, 1999
731999
Effects of sleep loss on confidence–accuracy relationships for reasoning and eyewitness memory.
M Blagrove, L Akehurst
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 6 (1), 59, 2000
632000
Trait and neurobiological correlates of individual differences in dream recall and dream content
M Blagrove, EF Pace-Schott
International Review of Neurobiology 92, 155-180, 2010
572010
Individual differences in locus of control and the reporting of lucid dreaming
M Blagrove, M Tucker
Personality and Individual Differences 16 (6), 981-984, 1994
521994
Personality and dream recall frequency: Further negative findings
M Blagrove, L Akehurst
Dreaming 10 (3), 139-148, 2000
482000
Evaluating the awakening criterion in the definition of nightmares: how certain are people in judging whether a nightmare woke them up?
M Blagrove, S Haywood
Journal of sleep research 15 (2), 117-124, 2006
472006
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
432015
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