Bódizs Róbert
Bódizs Róbert
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The nature of arousal in sleep
P Halász, M Terzano, L Parrino, R Bódizs
Journal of sleep research 13 (1), 1-23, 2004
4092004
Prediction of general mental ability based on neural oscillation measures of sleep
R Bódizs, T Kis, AS Lázár, L Havrán, P Rigó, Z Clemens, P Halász
Journal of sleep research 14 (3), 285-292, 2005
1942005
Music improves sleep quality in students
L Harmat, J Takács, R Bodizs
Journal of advanced nursing 62 (3), 327-335, 2008
1792008
Rhythmic hippocampal slow oscillation characterizes REM sleep in humans
R Bódizs, S Kántor, G Szabó, A Szűcs, L Erőss, P Halász
Hippocampus 11 (6), 747-753, 2001
1002001
The individual adjustment method of sleep spindle analysis: methodological improvements and roots in the fingerprint paradigm
R Bódizs, J Körmendi, P Rigó, AS Lázár
Journal of neuroscience methods 178 (1), 205-213, 2009
882009
Acute and long-term effects of the 5-HT2 receptor antagonist ritanserin on EEG power spectra, motor activity, and sleep: changes at the light–dark phase shift
S Kantor, R Jakus, R Bodizs, P Halasz, G Bagdy
Brain research 943 (1), 105-111, 2002
722002
Sleep-dependent hippocampal slow activity correlates with waking memory performance in humans
R Bódizs, M Békésy, A Szűcs, P Barsi, P Halász
Neurobiology of learning and memory 78 (2), 441-457, 2002
592002
Disturbed dreaming and sleep quality: altered sleep architecture in subjects with frequent nightmares
P Simor, K Horváth, F Gombos, KP Takács, R Bódizs
European archives of psychiatry and clinical neuroscience 262 (8), 687-696, 2012
562012
Sleep spindles and intelligence: evidence for a sexual dimorphism
PP Ujma, BN Konrad, L Genzel, A Bleifuss, P Simor, A Pótári, J Körmendi, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (49), 16358-16368, 2014
512014
Spatio-temporal analysis of monofractal and multifractal properties of the human sleep EEG
B Weiss, Z Clemens, R Bódizs, Z Vágó, P Halász
Journal of neuroscience methods 185 (1), 116-124, 2009
452009
Sleep spindling and fluid intelligence across adolescent development: sex matters
R Bódizs, F Gombos, PP Ujma, I Kovács
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 952, 2014
422014
Reduced fronto-cortical brain connectivity during NREM sleep in Asperger syndrome: An EEG spectral and phase coherence study
AS Lázár, ZI Lázár, A Bíró, M Győri, Z Tárnok, C Prekop, A Keszei, ...
Clinical neurophysiology 121 (11), 1844-1854, 2010
422010
Comparison of fractal and power spectral EEG features: Effects of topography and sleep stages
B Weiss, Z Clemens, R Bódizs, P Halász
Brain Research Bulletin 84 (6), 359-375, 2011
392011
Atypical sleep architecture and altered EEG spectra in Williams syndrome
F Gombos, R Bódizs, I Kovács
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 55 (3), 255-262, 2011
392011
Human parahippocampal activity: non-REM and REM elements in wake–sleep transition
R Bódizs, M Sverteczki, AS Lázár, P Halász
Brain research bulletin 65 (2), 169-176, 2005
372005
Two features of sleep slow waves: homeostatic and reactive aspects–from long term to instant sleep homeostasis
P Halasz, R Bodizs, L Parrino, M Terzano
Sleep medicine 15 (10), 1184-1195, 2014
362014
Dreaming and health promotion: A theoretical proposal and some epidemiological establishments
R Bódizs, P Simor, S Csóka, M Bérdi, M Kopp
European Journal of Mental Health 3 (1), 35-62, 2008
362008
Pathological sleep apnoea frequency remains permanent in ischaemic stroke and it is transient in haemorrhagic stroke
A Szücs, J Vitrai, J Janszky, G Migléczi, R Bódizs, P Halász, Z Nagy
European neurology 47 (1), 15-19, 2002
362002
Sleep EEG fingerprints reveal accelerated thalamocortical oscillatory dynamics in Williams syndrome
R Bódizs, F Gombos, I Kovács
Research in developmental disabilities 33 (1), 153-164, 2012
352012
Wakefulness–sleep transition: Emerging electroencephalographic similarities with the rapid eye movement phase
R Bódizs, M Sverteczki, E Mészáros
Brain research bulletin 76 (1-2), 85-89, 2008
352008
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