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D., Internet Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Effects on Depressive Cognitions and Brain Function Killgore WD, Kipman M, Schwab ZJ, Tkachenko O, Preer L, Gogel H, Bark JS, Mundy EA, Olson EA, Weber M. [PMID: 24080950] Killgore WD, Britton JC, Schwab ZJ, Price LM, Weiner MR, Gold AL, Rosso IM, Simon NM, Pollack MH, Rauch SL. [PMID: 23861215] Killgore WD, Schwab ZJ, Tkachenko O, Webb CA, Del Donno SR, Kipman M, Rauch SL, Weber M. [PMID: 23802123] Weber M, Killgore WD, Rosso IM, Britton JC, Schwab ZJ, Weiner MR, Simon NM, Pollack MH, Rauch SL. Non-fat-phobic eating disorders: why we need to investigate implicit associations and neural correlates. Habitual 'sleep credit' is associated with greater grey matter volume of the medial prefrontal cortex, higher emotional intelligence and better mental health. Insomnia-related complaints correlate with functional connectivity between sensory-motor regions. Daytime sleepiness affects prefrontal regulation of food intake.
D., The Neurobiological Basis and Potential Modification of Emotional Intelligence through Affective / Behavioral Training DARPA, PI: William D.
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Recent sleep-related research has focused on the effects of prolonged sleep deprivation, chronic sleep restriction, and the use of stimulant countermeasures on the cognitive-affective systems within the brain.