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Dutil, C., Walsh, J.J., Featherstone, R.B., Gunnell, K.E., Tremblay, M.S., Gruber, R., Weiss, S.K., Cote, K.A., Sampson, M., & Chaput, J-P. (2018). Influence of sleep on developing brain functions and structures in children and adolescents: A systematic review. Sleep Medicine Reviews, 42: 184-201. DOI: 10.1016/j.smrv.2018.08.003
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MacDonald K.J. & Cote K.A. (2016). The role of sleep and future-relevance on the reconsolidation of declarative memories. Journal of Sleep Research, 25(6):655-663.
Cote, K.A Milner, C.E., & Speth, T.A. (2015). Altered Sleep Mechanisms following Traumatic Brain Injury and Relation to Waking Function. AIMS Neuroscience, 2(4):203-228.
Cote, K.A., Jancsar, C., & Hunt, B. (2015). Event-related neural response to emotional picture stimuli following sleep deprivation, Psychology and Neuroscience, 8:102-13.
Cote, K.A., Mondloch, C.J., Sergeeva, V., Taylor, M., & Semplonius, T. (2014). Impact of total sleep deprivation on behavioural neural processing of emotionally expressive faces. Experimental Brain Research, 232:1429-42.
Renn, R.P., & Cote, K.A. (2013). Performance monitoring following total sleep deprivation: Effects of task type and error rate. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 88:64-73.
Cote, K.A., McCormick, C.M., Geniole, S.N., Renn, R.P., & MacAulay, S.D. (2013). Sleep deprivation lowers aggression and testosterone in men. Biological Psychology, 92: 249-56.
MacLean, M.H. Arnell, K.M., & Cote, K.A. (2012). Resting EEG in alpha and beta bands predicts individual differences in AB magnitude. Brain and Cognition, 78:218-29.
Yasuda, K., Ray, L.B., & Cote, K.A. (2011). Anticipatory attention during the sleep onset period. Consciousness & Cognition, 20: 912-19.
Kertesz, R.S. & Cote, K.A. (2011). Event-related potentials reveal failure to inhibit stimuli during the pre-sleep waking period for patients with sleep-onset insomnia. Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 9, 68–85.
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Cote, K.A., Milner C.E., Smith, B.A., Aubin, A.J., Greason, T.A., Cuthbert, B.P., Wiebe, S., & Duffus, S.E.G. (2009). CNS arousal, attention, and neurobehavioural performance in a short-term sleep restriction paradigm. Journal of Sleep Research 18, 291-303.
Milner, C.E., Cuthbert, B.P., Kertesz, R.S., & Cote, K.A. (2009). Sensory processing in waking, non-REM, and REM sleep states in good and poor sleepers. NeuroReport, 20, 331-336.
Milner, C.E., & Cote, K.A. (2009). Benefits of napping in healthy adults: Impact of nap length, time of day, age, and experience with napping. Journal of Sleep Research, 18, 272-281.
Cote, K.A., Milner C.E., Osip, S.L., Baker, M.L. & Cuthbert B.P. (2008). Physiological arousal and attention during a week of continuous sleep restriction. Physiology and Behavior, 95, 353-364.
Milner C.E., & Cote, K.A. (2008). A dose-response investigation of the benefits of napping in healthy young, middle, and older adult age groups. Sleep and Biological Rhythms 6, 2-15.
Fogel S.M., Smith, C.T., & Cote K.A. (2007). Dissociable learning-dependent changes in REM and non-REM sleep in declarative and procedural memory systems. Behavioral Brain Research, 180, 48-61.
Fogel, S.M., Nader, R., Cote, K.A., & Smith, C.T. (2007). Sleep spindles and learning potential. Behavioual Neuroscience, 121, 1-10.
Milner, C.E., Fogel, S.M., & Cote, K.A. (2006). Habitual napping moderates motor performance improvements following a short daytime nap. Biological Psychology, 73, 141-156.
Schmidt, L.A., Cote, K.A., Santesso, D.L., & Milner, C.E. (2003). Frontal electroencephalogram (EEG) alpha asymmetry during sleep: Stability and its relation to affective style. Emotion, 3, 401-407.
Cote, K.A., Milner, C.E., Osip S.L., Baxter, K.D., & Ray, L.B. (2003). Waking quantitative Electroencephalogram and auditory event-related potentials following experimentally-induced sleep fragmentation. Sleep, 26, 687-694. Commentary: Colrain I.M. (2003). Novel measures of daytime central nervous system function following sleep disruption. Sleep, 26, 650-651.