Frederik Bes
Frederik Bes
Sleep Research & Clinical Chronobiology, Institute of Physiology, Charité - University Medicine
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Melatonin as a therapy in REM sleep behavior disorder patients: an open‐labeled pilot study on the possible influence of melatonin on REM‐sleep regulation
D Kunz, F Bes
Movement disorders: official journal of the Movement Disorder Society 14 (3 …, 1999
Melatonin in patients with reduced REM sleep duration: two randomized controlled trials
D Kunz, R Mahlberg, C Müller, A Tilmann, F Bes
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 89 (1), 128-134, 2004
Risk and predictors of dementia and parkinsonism in idiopathic REM sleep behaviour disorder: a multicentre study
RB Postuma, A Iranzo, M Hu, B Högl, BF Boeve, R Manni, WH Oertel, ...
Brain 142 (3), 744-759, 2019
The distribution of slow-wave sleep across the night: a comparison for infants, children, and adults.
F Bes, H Schulz, Y Navelet, P Salzarulo
Sleep 14 (1), 5-12, 1991
High-accuracy determination of internal circadian time from a single blood sample
N Wittenbrink, B Ananthasubramaniam, M Münch, B Koller, B Maier, ...
The Journal of clinical investigation 128 (9), 3826-3839, 2018
Melatonin effects in a patient with severe REM sleep behavior disorder: case report and theoretical considerations
D Kunz, F Bes
Neuropsychobiology 36 (4), 211-214, 1997
Exogenous melatonin in periodic limb movement disorder: an open clinical trial and a hypothesis
D Kunz, F Bes
Sleep 24 (2), 183, 2001
A computerized method for detecting episodes of wakefulness during sleep based on the alpha slow-wave index (ASI)
M Jobert, H Schulz, P Jähnig, C Tismer, F Bes, H Escola
Sleep 17 (1), 37-46, 1994
On pineal calcification and its relation to subjective sleep perception: a hypothesis-driven pilot study
D Kunz, F Bes, P Schlattmann, WM Herrmann
Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 82 (3), 187-191, 1998
On the use of neural network techniques to analyse sleep EEG data
RB Baumgart-Schmitt, WM Herrmann, R Eilers, F Bes
Neuropsychobiology 36 (4), 194-210, 1997
Blue-enriched morning light as a countermeasure to light at the wrong time: effects on cognition, sleepiness, sleep, and circadian phase
M Münch, C Nowozin, J Regente, F Bes, J De Zeeuw, S Hädel, ...
Neuropsychobiology 74 (4), 207-218, 2016
Developmental changes in the clustering pattern of sleep rapid eye movement activity during the first year of life: a Markov-process approach
PY Ktonas, FW Bes, MT Rigoard, C Wong, R Mallart, P Salzarulo
Electroencephalography and clinical Neurophysiology 75 (3), 136-140, 1990
The diurnal distribution of sleep propensity: experimental data about the interaction of the propensities for slow‐wave sleep and REM sleep
F BES, M Jobert, L MÜLLER, H Schulz
Journal of sleep research 5 (2), 90-98, 1996
Modeling napping, post-lunch dip, and other variations in human sleep propensity
F Bes, M Jobert, H Schulz
Sleep 32 (3), 392-398, 2009
Guidelines for the recording and evaluation of pharmaco-sleep studies in man: the International Pharmaco-EEG Society (IPEG)
M Jobert, FJ Wilson, T Roth, GSF Ruigt, P Anderer, WHIM Drinkenburg, ...
Neuropsychobiology 67 (3), 127-167, 2013
Lunar cycle effects on sleep and the file drawer problem
M Cordi, S Ackermann, FW Bes, F Hartmann, BN Konrad, L Genzel, ...
Current biology 24 (12), R549-R550, 2014
Time course of night sleep EEG in the first year of life: a description based on automatic analysis
F Bes, P Baroncini, C Dugovic, I Fagioli, H Schulz, B Franc, P Salzarulo
Electroencephalography and clinical Neurophysiology 69 (6), 501-507, 1988
Electromyographic activity and sleep states in infants
B Liefting, F Bes, I Fagioli, P Salzarulo
Sleep 17 (8), 718-722, 1994
Trends in Electroencephalographic synchronization across nonrapid eye movement sleep in infants
F Bes, I Fagioli, P Peirano, H Schulz, P Salzarulo
Sleep 17 (4), 323-328, 1994
Rhythmicity of slow wave sleep: Developmental aspects
H Schulz
Slow Wave Sleep: Physiological, Pathological and Functional Aspects, 1989
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