Michele Ferrara
Michele Ferrara
Professor, Department of Biotechnological and Applied Clinical Sciences, University of L'Aquila
Verified email at univaq.it
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Sleep loss, learning capacity and academic performance
G Curcio, M Ferrara, L De Gennaro
Sleep medicine reviews 10 (5), 323-337, 2006
11692006
Sleep spindles: an overview
L De Gennaro, M Ferrara
Sleep medicine reviews 7 (5), 423-440, 2003
7482003
How much sleep do we need?
M Ferrara, L De Gennaro
Sleep medicine reviews 5 (2), 155-180, 2001
4112001
The electroencephalographic fingerprint of sleep is genetically determined: a twin study
L De Gennaro, C Marzano, F Fratello, F Moroni, MC Pellicciari, F Ferlazzo, ...
Annals of neurology 64 (4), 455-460, 2008
2392008
An electroencephalographic fingerprint of human sleep
L De Gennaro, M Ferrara, F Vecchio, G Curcio, M Bertini
Neuroimage 26 (1), 114-122, 2005
2052005
Is the brain influenced by a phone call?: an EEG study of resting wakefulness
G Curcio, M Ferrara, F Moroni, G D’inzeo, M Bertini, L De Gennaro
Neuroscience research 53 (3), 265-270, 2005
1872005
Validity of the Italian version of the Pittsburgh sleep quality index (PSQI)
G Curcio, D Tempesta, S Scarlata, C Marzano, F Moroni, PM Rossini, ...
Neurological Sciences 34 (4), 511-519, 2013
1622013
The boundary between wakefulness and sleep: quantitative electroencephalographic changes during the sleep onset period
L De Gennaro, M Ferrara, M Bertini
Neuroscience 107 (1), 1-11, 2001
1482001
Neurophysiological effects of mobile phone electromagnetic fields on humans: a comprehensive review
E Valentini, G Curcio, F Moroni, M Ferrara, L De Gennaro, M Bertini
Bioelectromagnetics: Journal of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, The Society …, 2007
1322007
Antero-posterior EEG changes during the wakefulness–sleep transition
L De Gennaro, M Ferrara, G Curcio, R Cristiani
Clinical neurophysiology 112 (10), 1901-1911, 2001
1312001
The effects of sleep and sleep deprivation on task‐switching performance
A Couyoumdjian, S Sdoia, D Tempesta, G Curcio, E Rastellini, ...
Journal of sleep research 19 (1‐Part‐I), 64-70, 2010
1192010
Neurophysiological correlates of sleepiness: a combined TMS and EEG study
L De Gennaro, C Marzano, D Veniero, F Moroni, F Fratello, G Curcio, ...
Neuroimage 36 (4), 1277-1287, 2007
1122007
Modulation of corticospinal excitability by paired associative stimulation: reproducibility of effects and intraindividual reliability
F Fratello, D Veniero, G Curcio, M Ferrara, C Marzano, F Moroni, ...
Clinical neurophysiology 117 (12), 2667-2674, 2006
1122006
The sleep inertia phenomenon during the sleep-wake transition: theoretical and operational issues
M Ferrara, L De Gennaro
Aviation, space, and environmental medicine 71 (8), 843-848, 2000
1082000
Dissociated wake-like and sleep-like electro-cortical activity during sleep
L Nobili, M Ferrara, F Moroni, L De Gennaro, GL Russo, C Campus, ...
Neuroimage 58 (2), 612-619, 2011
1062011
The spontaneous K-complex during stage 2 sleep: is it the ‘forerunner’of delta waves?
L De Gennaro, M Ferrara, M Bertini
Neuroscience letters 291 (1), 41-43, 2000
1062000
Recalling and forgetting dreams: theta and alpha oscillations during sleep predict subsequent dream recall
C Marzano, M Ferrara, F Mauro, F Moroni, M Gorgoni, D Tempesta, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (18), 6674-6683, 2011
992011
Visual search performance across 40 h of continuous wakefulness: Measures of speed and accuracy and relation with oculomotor performance
L De Gennaro, M Ferrara, G Curcio, M Bertini
Physiology & behavior 74 (1-2), 197-204, 2001
992001
Handedness is mainly associated with an asymmetry of corticospinal excitability and not of transcallosal inhibition
L De Gennaro, R Cristiani, M Bertini, G Curcio, M Ferrara, F Fratello, ...
Clinical Neurophysiology 115 (6), 1305-1312, 2004
952004
Affective and cognitive empathy in adolescents with autism spectrum disorder
M Mazza, MC Pino, M Mariano, D Tempesta, M Ferrara, D De Berardis, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 791, 2014
942014
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