SLEEP Abstract Supplement
Recent evidence indicates that sleep spindles and spindle frequency activity display a circadian pattern. The temporal distribution of spindle frequency activity during the night should thus be sensitive to the circadian phase at which sleep is scheduled. The aim of the present study is to test the effect of a 5-hour advance of the sleep schedule on spindle frequency activity during sleep in healthy young subjects.
Santo, Jonathan Bruce; James, F. O.; Chevrier, E.; and Boivin, D. B., "Spindle Frequency Activity Following Simulated Jetlag in Young Adults" (2003). Psychology Faculty Publications. 16.