Gombos Ferenc
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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
487*2004
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
582012
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
462014
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
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
362012
A comparison of two sleep spindle detection methods based on all night averages: individually adjusted vs. fixed frequencies
PP Ujma, F Gombos, L Genzel, BN Konrad, P Simor, A Steiger, M Dresler, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 52, 2015
342015
Development of a non-invasive polysomnography technique for dogs (Canis familiaris)
A Kis, S Szakadát, E Kovács, M Gácsi, P Simor, F Gombos, J Topál, ...
Physiology & behavior 130, 149-156, 2014
322014
Sleep spindles and intelligence in early childhood–developmental and trait-dependent aspects.
PP Ujma, P Sándor, S Szakadát, F Gombos, R Bódizs
Developmental psychology 52 (12), 2118, 2016
292016
Fluctuations between sleep and wakefulness: Wake-like features indicated by increased EEG alpha power during different sleep stages in nightmare disorder
P Simor, K Horváth, PP Ujma, F Gombos, R Bódizs
Biological psychology 94 (3), 592-600, 2013
242013
Nap sleep spindle correlates of intelligence
PP Ujma, R Bódizs, F Gombos, J Stintzing, BN Konrad, L Genzel, ...
Scientific reports 5, 17159, 2015
232015
The interrelated effect of sleep and learning in dogs (Canis familiaris); an EEG and behavioural study
A Kis, S Szakadát, M Gácsi, E Kovács, P Simor, C Török, F Gombos, ...
Scientific reports 7, 41873, 2017
172017
Objective and subjective components of the first-night effect in young nightmare sufferers and healthy participants
A Kis, S Szakadát, P Simor, F Gombos, K Horváth, R Bódizs
Behavioral sleep medicine 12 (6), 469-480, 2014
162014
Objective and subjective components of the first-night effect in young nightmare sufferers and healthy participants
A Kis, S Szakadát, P Simor, F Gombos, K Horváth, R Bódizs
Behavioral sleep medicine 12 (6), 469-480, 2014
162014
Deconstructing procedural memory: Different learning trajectories and consolidation of sequence and statistical learning
P Simor, Z Zavecz, K Horvath, N Éltető, C Török, O Pesthy, F Gombos, ...
Frontiers in psychology 9, 2708, 2019
152019
Electroencephalographic and autonomic alterations in subjects with frequent nightmares during pre-and post-REM periods
P Simor, J Körmendi, K Horváth, F Gombos, PP Ujma, R Bódizs
Brain and cognition 91, 62-70, 2014
152014
EEG spectral power in phasic and tonic REM sleep: different patterns in young adults and children
P Simor, F Gombos, S Szakadát, P Sándor, R Bódizs
Journal of sleep research 25 (3), 269-277, 2016
112016
Aging and sleep in Williams syndrome: Accelerated sleep deterioration and decelerated slow wave sleep decrement
R Bódizs, F Gombos, P Gerván, K Szőcs, JM Réthelyi, I Kovács
Research in developmental disabilities 35 (12), 3226-3235, 2014
112014
Perceptual learning in Williams syndrome: looking beyond averages
P Gervan, F Gombos, I Kovacs
PLoS One 7 (7), 2012
112012
Age-related changes in sleep EEG are attenuated in highly intelligent individuals
A Pótári, PP Ujma, BN Konrad, L Genzel, P Simor, J Körmendi, F Gombos, ...
NeuroImage 146, 554-560, 2017
102017
Memory in 3‐month‐old infants benefits from a short nap
K Horváth, B Hannon, PP Ujma, F Gombos, K Plunkett
Developmental science 21 (3), e12587, 2018
92018
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