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Bizarreness effect in dream recall.

Cipolli C, Bolzani R, Cornoldi C, De Beni R, Fagioli I.

Sleep. 1993 Feb;16(2):163-70.

PMID:
8446837
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Recovery sleep after sleep deprivation almost completely abolishes dream recall.

De Gennaro L, Marzano C, Moroni F, Curcio G, Ferrara M, Cipolli C.

Behav Brain Res. 2010 Jan 20;206(2):293-8. doi: 10.1016/j.bbr.2009.09.030. Epub 2009 Sep 27.

PMID:
19788898
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Memory sources of REM and NREM dreams.

Cavallero C, Foulkes D, Hollifield M, Terry R.

Sleep. 1990 Oct;13(5):449-55.

PMID:
2287856
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Recall of mental sleep experience with or without prior verbalization.

Cipolli C, Fagioli I, Baroncini P, Fumai A, Marchiò B, Sancini M, Tuozzi G, Salzarulo P.

Am J Psychol. 1992 Fall;105(3):385-407.

PMID:
1415848
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Slow wave sleep dreaming.

Cavallero C, Cicogna P, Natale V, Occhionero M, Zito A.

Sleep. 1992 Dec;15(6):562-6.

PMID:
1475572
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Story-like organization of REM-dreams in patients with narcolepsy-cataplexy.

Cipolli C, Bellucci C, Mattarozzi K, Mazzetti M, Tuozzi G, Plazzi G.

Brain Res Bull. 2008 Oct 22;77(4):206-13. doi: 10.1016/j.brainresbull.2008.07.012. Epub 2008 Aug 26.

PMID:
18755253
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Cognitive asymmetry and dreaming: lack of relationship.

Lavie P, Tzischinsky O.

Am J Psychol. 1985 Fall;98(3):353-61.

PMID:
4051036
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The thematic continuity of mental sleep experience in the same night.

Cipolli C, Baroncini P, Fagioli I, Fumai A, Salzarulo P.

Sleep. 1987 Oct;10(5):473-9.

PMID:
3685755
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Interserial and intraserial interference processes in morning recall of mental sleep experience.

Fagioli I, Cipolli C, Baroncini P, Fumai A, Salzarulo P.

Am J Psychol. 1989 Fall;102(3):307-20.

PMID:
2802009
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Accessing previous mental sleep experience in REM and NREM sleep.

Fagioli I, Cipolli C, Tuozzi G.

Biol Psychol. 1989 Aug;29(1):27-38. Erratum in: Biol Psychol 1989 Dec;29(3):309.

PMID:
2590707
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The thematic continuity of mental experiences in REM and NREM sleep.

Cipolli C, Fagioli I, Baroncini P, Fumai A, Marchiò B, Sancini M.

Int J Psychophysiol. 1988 Nov;6(4):307-13.

PMID:
3225207
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Completeness and accuracy of morning reports after a recall cue: comparison of dream and film reports.

Montangero J, Ivanyi CT, de Saint-Hilaire Z.

Conscious Cogn. 2003 Mar;12(1):49-62.

PMID:
12617862
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Recalling and forgetting dreams: theta and alpha oscillations during sleep predict subsequent dream recall.

Marzano C, Ferrara M, Mauro F, Moroni F, Gorgoni M, Tempesta D, Cipolli C, De Gennaro L.

J Neurosci. 2011 May 4;31(18):6674-83. doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.0412-11.2011.

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Changes in dreaming induced by CPAP in severe obstructive sleep apnea syndrome patients.

Carrasco E, Santamaria J, Iranzo A, Pintor L, De Pablo J, Solanas A, Kumru H, Martínez-Rodríguez JE, Boget T.

J Sleep Res. 2006 Dec;15(4):430-6.

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SSRI treatment suppresses dream recall frequency but increases subjective dream intensity in normal subjects.

Pace-Schott EF, Gersh T, Silvestri R, Stickgold R, Salzman C, Hobson JA.

J Sleep Res. 2001 Jun;10(2):129-42.

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REM-dreams recall in patients with narcolepsy-cataplexy.

Mazzetti M, Bellucci C, Mattarozzi K, Plazzi G, Tuozzi G, Cipolli C.

Brain Res Bull. 2010 Jan 15;81(1):133-40. doi: 10.1016/j.brainresbull.2009.10.021.

PMID:
19897020
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Dream report length is more dependent on arousal level than prior REM duration.

Rosenlicht N, Maloney T, Feinberg I.

Brain Res Bull. 1994;34(2):99-101.

PMID:
8044693

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