Harrington, M.O., Cairney, S.A. (2021)

Sleep Loss Gives Rise to Intrusive Thoughts.

Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 25, 434-436.

Harrington, M.O., Ashton, J.E., Sankarasubramanian, S., Anderson, M.C., Cairney, S.A. (2021). 

Losing Control: Sleep Deprivation Impairs the Suppression of Unwanted Thoughts. 

Clinical Psychological Science.

Harrington, M.O., Ngo, H-V.V., Cairney, S.A. (2021)

No benefit of auditory closed-loop stimulation on memory for semantically-incongruent associations.

Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 183, 107482.

Harrington, M.O., Cairney, S.A. (2021)

Sounding it out: auditory stimulation and overnight memory processing.

Current Sleep Medicine Reports.

Aboaja, A., Perry, A. E., Steele, R., Dewa, L., Carey, J., Clarbour, J., Shah, S., Cairney, S. A. (2021).

Sleep interventions for adults admitted to psychiatric inpatient settings: a scoping review protocol. 

JBI Evidence Synthesis. 

Harrington, M.O., Ashton, J.E., Ngo, H-V.V., Cairney, S.A. (2020). 

Phase-locked Auditory Stimulation of Theta Oscillations during Rapid Eye Movement Sleep. 

SLEEP, 44.

Ashton, J.E., Harrington, M.O., Langthorne, D. Ngo, H-V.V., Cairney, S.A. (2020).

Sleep Deprivation Induces Fragmented Memory Loss

Learning & Memory, 27, 130-135

Walker, S., Gaskell, M. G., Knowland, V. C. P., Fletcher, F. E., Cairney, S. A. & Henderson, L. (2020). 

Growing up with interfering neighbours: the influence of time of learning and vocabulary knowledge on written word learning in children.

Royal Society Open Science, 7, 191597.

Strachan, J.W.A, Guttesen A.Á.V., Smith, A.K., Gaskell, M.G., Tipper, S.P., Cairney, S.A. (2019).

Investigating the Formation and Consolidation of Incidentally Learned Trust.

Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory & Cognition, 46, 684-698.

Ashton, J.E., Harrington, M.O., Guttesen, A.Á.V., Smith, A.K., Cairney, S.A. (2019).

Sleep Preserves Physiological Arousal in Emotional Memory. 

Scientific Reports, 9, 5966. 

Antony, J.W., Schönauer, M., Staresina, B.P., Cairney, S.A. (2019).

Sleep Spindles and Memory Reprocessing

Trends in Neurosciences, 42, 1-3.

Gaskell, M.G., Cairney, S.A., Rodd, J.M. (2019)

Contextual Priming of Word Meanings is Stabilized over Sleep

Cognition, 182, 109-126.

Walker, S., Henderson, L.M., Fletcher, F.E., Knowland, V.C.P, Cairney, S.A., Gaskell, M.G. (2019) 

Learning to live with interfering neighbours: the influence of time of learning and level of encoding on word learning.

Royal Society Open Science, 6, 181842.

Cairney, S.A., Guttesen, A.Á.V., El Marj, N. Staresina, B.P. (2018).

Memory Consolidation is Linked to Spindle-Mediated Information Processing during Sleep. 

Current Biology, 28, 1-7.

Cairney, S.A., Lindsay, S., Paller, K.A. Gaskell, M.G. (2018).

Sleep Preserves Original and Distorted Memory Traces.

Cortex, 99, 39-44.

Ashton, J.E. Cairney, S.A., Gaskell, M.G. (2018). 

No Effect of Targeted Memory Reactivation during Slow-Wave Sleep on Emotional Recognition Memory

Journal of Sleep Research, 27, 129-137. 

Cairney, S.A., Sobczak, J.M., Lindsay, S., Gaskell, M.G. (2017).

Mechanisms of Memory Retrieval in Slow-Wave Sleep.

SLEEP , 40.

James, E.L. & Cairney, S.A. (2017). 

Commentary: Knowledge Acquisition during Exam Preparation Improves Memory and Modulates Memory Formation

Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 10, 245.

Weighall, A., Henderson, L.M., Barr, D.J., Cairney, S.A., Gaskell, M.G. (2017).

Eye-Tracking the Time-Course of Novel Word Learning and Lexical Competition in Adults and Children

Brain and Language, 167, 13-27.

Cairney, S.A., Lindsay, S., Sobczak, J.M., Paller, K.A., Gaskell, M.G. (2016).

The Benefits of Targeted Memory Reactivation for Consolidation in Sleep Are Contingent on Memory Accuracy and Direct Cue-Memory Associations.

SLEEP, 39, 1139-1150.

Durrant, S.J. Cairney, S.A., Lewis, P.A. (2016). 

Cross-Modal Transfer of Statistical Information Benefits from Sleep

Cortex, 78, 85-99.

Cairney, S.A., Ashton, J.E., Roshchupkina, A.A., Sobczak, J.M. (2015). 

A Dual Role for Sleep Spindles in Sleep-Dependent Memory Consolidation

The Journal of Neuroscience, 35, 12328-12330.

Cairney, S.A., Durrant, S.J., Power, R., Lewis, P.A. (2015).

Complementary Roles of Slow-Wave Sleep and Rapid Eye Movement Sleep in Emotional Memory Consolidation

Cerebral Cortex, 25, 1565-1575.

Durrant, S.J., Cairney, S.A., McDermott, C., Lewis, P.A. (2015).

Schema-Conformant Memories are Preferentially Consolidated during REM Sleep

Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 122, 41-50.

Cairney, S.A., Durrant, S.J., Jackson, R., Lewis, P.A. (2014).

Sleep Spindles Provide Indirect Support to the Consolidation of Emotional Encoding Contexts.

Neuropsychologia, 63, 285-292.

Cairney, S.A., Durrant, S.J., Hulleman, J., Lewis, P.A. (2014).

Targeted Memory Reactivation during Slow-Wave Sleep Facilitates Emotional Memory Consolidation

SLEEP, 37, 701-707.

Durrant, S.J., Cairney, S.A., Lewis, P.A. (2013).

Overnight Consolidation Aids the Transfer of Statistical Knowledge from the Medial Temporal Lobe to the Striatum

Cerebral Cortex, 23, 2467-2478.

Cairney, S.A., Durrant, S.J., Musgrove, H., Lewis, P.A. (2011).

Sleep and Environmental Context: Interactive Effects for Memory.

Experimental Brain Research, 214, 83-92.

Durrant, S.J., Taylor, C., Cairney, S.A., Lewis, P.A. (2011).

Sleep-Dependent Consolidation of Statistical Learning

Neuropsychologia, 49, 1322-1331.

Lewis, P., Cairney, S.A., Manning, L., Critchley, H. (2011).

The Impact of Overnight Consolidation upon Memory for Emotional and Neutral Encoding Contexts

Neuropsychologia, 49, 2619-2629.