Mouthon, Anne-Laure; Meyer-Heim, Andreas; Kurth, Salome; Ringli, Maya; Pugin, Fiona; van Hedel, Hubertus J A; Huber, Reto (2017). High-Density Electroencephalographic Recordings During Sleep in Children and Adolescents With Acquired Brain Injury. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 31(5):462-474.
Mouthon, Anne-Laure; van Hedel, Hubertus J A; Meyer-Heim, Andreas; Kurth, Salome; Ringli, Maya; Pugin, Fiona; Huber, Reto (2016). High-density electroencephalographic recordings during sleep in children with disorders of consciousness. NeuroImage: Clinical, 11:468-475.
Pugin, Fiona; Metz, Andreas J; Wolf, Martin; Achermann, Peter; Jenni, Oskar G; Huber, Reto (2015). Local increase of sleep slow wave activity after three weeks of working memory training in children and adolescents. Sleep, 38(4):607-614.
Lustenberger, Caroline; O'Gorman, Ruth L; Pugin, Fiona; Tüshaus, Laura; Wehrle, Flavia; Achermann, Peter; Huber, Reto (2015). Sleep spindles are related to schizotypal personality traits and Thalamic Glutamine/Glutamate in healthy subjects. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 41(2):522-531.
Pugin, Fiona. Sleep electrophysiological changes in children and adolescents in relation to cerebral oxygenation and after intensive working memory training. 2014, University of Zurich, Faculty of Medicine.
Pugin, Fiona; Metz, Andreas J; Stauffer, Madlaina; Wolf, Martin; Jenni, Oskar G; Huber, Reto (2014). Working memory training shows immediate and long-term effects on cognitive performance in children. F1000Research, 3:82.
Metz, Andreas Jaakko; Pugin, Fiona; Huber, Reto; Achermann, Peter; Wolf, Martin (2013). Brain tissue oxygen saturation increases during the night in adolescents. In: Van Huffel, Sabine; Naulaers, Gunnar; Caicedo, Alexander; Bruley, Duane F; Harrison, David K. Oxygen Transport to Tissue XXXV. New York: Springer, 113-119.
Viola, Antoine U; Chellappa, Sarah L; Archer, Simon N; Pugin, Fiona; Götz, Thomas; Dijk, Derk-Jan; Cajochen, Christian (2012). Interindividual differences in circadian rhythmicity and sleep homeostasis in older people: effect of a PER3 polymorphism. Neurobiology of Aging, 33(5):1010.e17-1010.e27.