Kristine Wilckens
Kristine Wilckens
Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh
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Role of sleep continuity and total sleep time in executive function across the adult lifespan.
KA Wilckens, SG Woo, AR Kirk, KI Erickson, ME Wheeler
Psychology and aging 29 (3), 658, 2014
Slow-wave activity enhancement to improve cognition
KA Wilckens, F Ferrarelli, MP Walker, DJ Buysse
Trends in neurosciences 41 (7), 470-482, 2018
Physical activity and cognition: a mediating role of efficient sleep
KA Wilckens, KI Erickson, ME Wheeler
Behavioral sleep medicine 16 (6), 569-586, 2018
Sleep-wake differences in relative regional cerebral metabolic rate for glucose among patients with insomnia compared with good sleepers
DB Kay, HT Karim, AM Soehner, BP Hasler, KA Wilckens, JA James, ...
Sleep 39 (10), 1779-1794, 2016
Changes in cognitive performance are associated with changes in sleep in older adults with insomnia
KA Wilckens, MH Hall, RD Nebes, TH Monk, DJ Buysse
Behavioral sleep medicine 14 (3), 295-310, 2016
Age-related decline in controlled retrieval: the role of the PFC and sleep
KA Wilckens, KI Erickson, ME Wheeler
Neural plasticity 2012, 2012
Exercise interventions preserve hippocampal volume: A meta‐analysis
KA Wilckens, CM Stillman, AM Waiwood, C Kang, RL Leckie, JC Peven, ...
Hippocampus 31 (3), 335-347, 2021
Sleep continuity and total sleep time are associated with task‐switching and preparation in young and older adults
KA Wilckens, SG Woo, KI Erickson, ME Wheeler
Journal of Sleep Research 23 (5), 508-516, 2014
Sleep moderates the relationship between amyloid beta and memory recall
KA Wilckens, DL Tudorascu, BE Snitz, JC Price, HJ Aizenstein, OL Lopez, ...
Neurobiology of aging 71, 142-148, 2018
Task switching in older adults with and without insomnia
KA Wilckens, MH Hall, KI Erickson, A Germain, VL Nimgaonkar, TH Monk, ...
Sleep medicine 30, 113-120, 2017
Slow-oscillation activity is reduced and high frequency activity is elevated in older adults with insomnia
SE Hogan, GM Delgado, MH Hall, VL Nimgaonkar, A Germain, DJ Buysse, ...
Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine 16 (9), 1445-1454, 2020
The role of non‐rapid eye movement slow‐wave activity in prefrontal metabolism across young and middle‐aged adults
KA Wilckens, HJ Aizenstein, EA Nofzinger, JA James, BP Hasler, ...
Journal of sleep research 25 (3), 296-306, 2016
Effects of task-set adoption on ERP correlates of controlled and automatic recognition memory
KA Wilckens, JJ Tremel, DA Wolk, ME Wheeler
NeuroImage 55 (3), 1384-1392, 2011
Pushing the intuitions behind moral internalism
D Leben, K Wilckens
Philosophical psychology 28 (4), 510-528, 2015
Does objectively-assessed sleep moderate the association between history of major depressive disorder and task-switching?
KA Wilckens, CE Kline, MA Bowman, RC Brindle, MR Cribbet, JF Thayer, ...
Journal of Affective Disorders 265, 216-223, 2020
Physical Exertion Partially Mitigates Task-Switching Deficits From Sleep Loss: Implications for Firefighters
ME Stepan, KA Wilckens, D Hostler, ML Wallace, PL Franzen
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 64 (10), e622-e628, 2022
Homeostatic response to sleep deprivation and circadian rhythmicity are intact in older adults with insomnia
EL Tracy, J Zhang, K Wilckens, RT Krafty, BP Hasler, MH Hall, DJ Buysse
Sleep 45 (9), zsac162, 2022
Remote clinical research operations during COVID-19: lessons learned and recommendations
JP Adornetti, CE Wade, MK Deeley, AC Verceles, JF Collen, VF Capaldi, ...
Sleep 45 (7), zsac124, 2022
Sleep and circadian rhythms in the treatment, trajectory, and prevention of neurodegenerative disease.
KA Wilckens, LM Chahine
Neurobiology of Disease 145, 105075-105075, 2020
Infection with Herpes Simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) and sleep: The dog that did not bark
KM Meshreky, J Wood, KV Chowdari, MH Hall, KA Wilckens, R Yolken, ...
Psychiatry research 280, 112502, 2019
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