1984 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1983 - Member of the National Academy of Medicine (NAM)
His primary areas of study are Sleep in non-human animals, Non-rapid eye movement sleep, Audiology, Anesthesia and Sleep disorder. The concepts of his Sleep in non-human animals study are interwoven with issues in Cognitive psychology, Arousal and Eye movement. His Non-rapid eye movement sleep research incorporates themes from Developmental psychology, Wakefulness and Slow-wave sleep.
William C. Dement combines subjects such as Multiple Sleep Latency Test, Vigilance, Alertness, Sleep onset and Circadian rhythm with his study of Audiology. The Obstructive sleep apnea research he does as part of his general Anesthesia study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Laryngeal inlet, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. William C. Dement interconnects Pediatrics and Sleep Stages in the investigation of issues within Sleep disorder.
William C. Dement spends much of his time researching Sleep in non-human animals, Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Anesthesia and Non-rapid eye movement sleep. William C. Dement has researched Sleep in non-human animals in several fields, including Audiology and Eye movement. The various areas that William C. Dement examines in his Audiology study include Developmental psychology, Alertness and Multiple Sleep Latency Test.
His Endocrinology study incorporates themes from Cataplexy, Narcolepsy and Serotonin. His Anesthesia research includes themes of Placebo, Flurazepam, Triazolam and Sleep time. William C. Dement interconnects Slow-wave sleep, Sleep onset, CATS and Sleep Stages in the investigation of issues within Non-rapid eye movement sleep.
His primary areas of investigation include Sleep in non-human animals, Sleep disorder, Sleep medicine, Internal medicine and Physical therapy. His research integrates issues of Clinical psychology, Audiology and Circadian rhythm in his study of Sleep in non-human animals. His study looks at the relationship between Audiology and fields such as Non-rapid eye movement sleep, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His Sleep disorder research includes elements of Hypnotic, Insomnia and Primary care. William C. Dement has included themes like Endocrinology and Cardiology in his Internal medicine study. His research investigates the connection between Endocrinology and topics such as Narcolepsy that intersect with issues in Anesthesia.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Sleep in non-human animals, Circadian rhythm, Audiology, Physical therapy and Internal medicine. His Sleep in non-human animals study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Physical medicine and rehabilitation. His Audiology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Alertness and Non-rapid eye movement sleep.
His Non-rapid eye movement sleep research is multidisciplinary, relying on both First episode and Sleep Stages. His Physical therapy research focuses on Polysomnography and how it relates to Apnea, Continuous positive airway pressure, Morning, Excessive somnolence and Sleep time. His Internal medicine study deals with Endocrinology intersecting with Serotonin.
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Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine
Meir H. Kryger;Thomas Roth;William C. Dement..
Quantification of sleepiness: a new approach.
E. Hoddes;V. Zarcone;H. Smythe;R. Phillips.
Cyclic variations in EEG during sleep and their relation to eye movements, body motility, and dreaming.
William Dement;Nathaniel Kleitman.
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology (1957)
Ontogenetic Development of the Human Sleep-Dream Cycle
Howard P. Roffwarg;Joseph N. Muzio;William C. Dement.
Guidelines for the multiple sleep latency Test (MSLT) : a standard measure of sleepiness
M A Carskadon;W C Dement;M M Mitler;T Roth.
The sleep apnea syndromes.
C Guilleminault;and A Tilkian;W C Dement.
Annual Review of Medicine (1976)
Amplified RNA synthesized from limited quantities of heterogeneous cDNA.
R N Van Gelder;M E von Zastrow;A Yool;W C Dement.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1990)
Comparison of actigraphic, polysomnographic, and subjective assessment of sleep parameters in sleep-disordered patients
Clete A Kushida;Arthur Chang;Chirag Gadkary;Christian Guilleminault.
Sleep Medicine (2001)
The relation of eye movements during sleep to dream activity: an objective method for the study of dreaming.
William Dement;Nathaniel Kleitman.
Journal of Experimental Psychology (1957)
Catastrophes, sleep, and public policy: consensus report
M M Mitler;M A Carskadon;C A Czeisler;W C Dement.
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