Eus J.W. Van Someren mainly investigates Circadian rhythm, Audiology, Insomnia, Sleep in non-human animals and Endocrinology. The concepts of his Circadian rhythm study are interwoven with issues in Actigraphy, Rhythm, Sleep onset, Wakefulness and Thermoregulation. His work deals with themes such as Sleep deprivation, Primary Insomnia, Cognition, Developmental psychology and Polysomnography, which intersect with Audiology.
Eus J.W. Van Someren interconnects Allele and Allele frequency in the investigation of issues within Insomnia. His study with Sleep in non-human animals involves better knowledge in Neuroscience. He has researched Endocrinology in several fields, including Internal medicine and Colocalization.
Eus J.W. Van Someren focuses on Insomnia, Sleep in non-human animals, Circadian rhythm, Audiology and Internal medicine. Eus J.W. Van Someren combines subjects such as Distress, Clinical psychology, Sleep disorder and Depression with his study of Insomnia. His study in Circadian rhythm is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Actigraphy, Rhythm, Sleep onset, Thermoregulation and Melatonin.
His Audiology research incorporates themes from Wakefulness, Electroencephalography, Cognition, Developmental psychology and Polysomnography. His Electroencephalography study also includes
His scientific interests lie mostly in Insomnia, Sleep in non-human animals, Actigraphy, Clinical psychology and Depression. The Insomnia study combines topics in areas such as Audiology, Randomized controlled trial, Distress, Anxiety and Polysomnography. His Audiology research includes themes of Slow-wave sleep, Resting state fMRI, Dynamic functional connectivity, Wakefulness and Sleep Stages.
His work on Sleep deprivation as part of general Sleep in non-human animals study is frequently linked to Demography, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Actigraphy research incorporates elements of Sleep onset, Melatonin, Response rate, Pediatrics and Circadian rhythm. His research on Circadian rhythm also deals with topics like
Insomnia, Depression, Clinical psychology, Major depressive disorder and Neuroscience are his primary areas of study. His Insomnia research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sleep in non-human animals, Actigraphy, Polysomnography, Distress and Latent class model. His Sleep in non-human animals research is multidisciplinary, relying on both School age child, Association and Audiology.
His studies deal with areas such as Randomized controlled trial, Neurodegeneration, Hippocampal formation, Atrophy and Circadian rhythm as well as Actigraphy. His Neuroscience study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Animal studies. His Mood research focuses on Shame and how it connects with Sleep deprivation.
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Prefrontal hypoactivation and recovery in insomnia
Ellemarije Altena;Ellemarije Altena;Ysbrand D Van Der Werf;Ysbrand D Van Der Werf;Ernesto J Sanz-Arigita;Ernesto J Sanz-Arigita;Thom A Voorn.
The relationship between insomnia and body temperatures.
Leon C. Lack;Michael Gradisar;Eus J.W. Van Someren;Eus J.W. Van Someren;Helen R. Wright.
Sleep Medicine Reviews (2008)
Sleep loss affects vigilance: effects of chronic insomnia and sleep therapy
Ellemarije Altena;Ysbrand D. Van Der Werf;Ysbrand D. Van Der Werf;Rob L. M. Strijers;Eus J. W. Van Someren;Eus J. W. Van Someren.
Journal of Sleep Research (2008)
Mechanisms and functions of coupling between sleep and temperature rhythms.
Eus J W Van Someren.
Progress in Brain Research (2006)
Skin deep: enhanced sleep depth by cutaneous temperature manipulation.
Roy J. E. M. Raymann;Dick F. Swaab;Eus J. W. Van Someren.
Colocalization of corticotropin-releasing hormone and oestrogen receptor-alpha in the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus in mood disorders.
Ai-Min Bao;Andon Hestiantoro;Eus J. W. Van Someren;Dick F. Swaab.
Circadian and age-related modulation of thermoreception and temperature regulation: mechanisms and functional implications.
Eus J W Van Someren;Roy J E M Raymann;Erik J A Scherder;Hein A M Daanen.
Ageing Research Reviews (2002)
Genome-wide association analysis of insomnia complaints identifies risk genes and genetic overlap with psychiatric and metabolic traits
Anke R Hammerschlag;Sven Stringer;Christiaan A de Leeuw;Suzanne Sniekers.
Nature Genetics (2017)
CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS AND SLEEP IN HUMAN AGING
Eus J. W. Van Someren.
Chronobiology International (2000)
Improving actigraphic sleep estimates in insomnia and dementia: How many nights?
Eus J. W. Van Someren.
Journal of Sleep Research (2007)
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