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Fattinger, Sara; de Beukelaar, Toon T; Ruddy, Kathy L; Volk, Carina; Heyse, Natalie C; Herbst, Joshua A; Hahnloser, Richard H R; Wenderoth, Nicole; Huber, Reto (2018). Author Correction: Deep sleep maintains learning efficiency of the human brain. Nature Communications, 9:16182.

Fattinger, Sara; Kurth, Salome; Ringli, Maya; Jenni, Oskar G; Huber, Reto (2017). Theta waves in children's waking electroencephalogram resemble local aspects of sleep during wakefulness. Scientific Reports, 7(1):11187.

Fattinger, Sara; de Beukelaar, Toon T; Ruddy, Kathy L; Volk, Carina; Heyse, Natalie C; Herbst, Joshua A; Hahnloser, Richard H R; Wenderoth, Nicole; Huber, Reto (2017). Deep sleep maintains learning efficiency of the human brain. Nature Communications, 8:15405.

Fattinger, Sara. Markers of the sleep-wake history in the human electroencephalogram and their relationship to cortical connectivity. 2017, University of Zurich.

Fattinger, Sara. Markers oft he sleep-wake history in the human electroencephalogram and their relationsship to cortical connectivity. 2017, ETH Zürich.

Fattinger, Sara; Schmitt, Bernhard; Bölsterli Heinzle, Bigna K; Critelli, Hanne; Jenni, Oskar G; Huber, Reto (2015). Impaired slow wave sleep downscaling in patients with infantile spasms. European Journal of Paediatric Neurology, 19(2):134-142.

Bölsterli Heinzle, Bigna K; Fattinger, Sara; Kurth, Salomé; Lebourgeois, Monique K; Ringli, Maya; Bast, Thomas; Critelli, Hanne; Schmitt, Bernhard; Huber, Reto (2014). Spike wave location and density disturb sleep slow waves in patients with CSWS (continuous spike waves during sleep). Epilepsia, 55(4):584-591.

Fattinger, Sara; Jenni, Oskar G; Schmitt, Bernhard; Achermann, Peter; Huber, Reto (2014). Overnight changes in the slope of sleep slow waves during infancy. Sleep, 37(2):245-53.

Lee, Gerick M H; Fattinger, Sara; Mouthon, Anne-Laure; Noirhomme, Quentin; Huber, Reto (2013). Electroencephalogram approximate entropy influenced by both age and sleep. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics:7.33.

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