DARIEN, IL – Editors of the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine have identified some of the most significant articles in the publication’s history, publishing new commentaries on them in a special15th周年纪念收藏。来自助理编辑和期刊编辑委员会成员的15条评论描述了在出版时期和今天的所选文章的影响。
First published by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine in 2005, JCSM has grown significantly from its first year, when 22 original articles were published. In 2020 the monthly journal published more than 200 scientific investigations and case reports. The 15th周年纪念收藏highlights peer-reviewed, original research papers on sleep disorders such as obstructive sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy, and restless legs syndrome. The selected papers also cover other wide-ranging topics including opioids, school start times, caffeine, melatonin, and the impact of binge-watching on sleep.
The most highly cited article is on sleep deprivation: “Behavioral and physiological consequences of sleep restriction,” written by Banks and Dinges in 2007. In the commentary, AASM Past President Dr. Nathaniel Watson and sleep scientist Hans Van Dongen, who has a doctorate in chronobiology and sleep, write that this landmark review “crystallized the problem of short sleep from basic science to epidemiology.”
15.th周年系列——薪酬rising the 15 selected articles and the related commentaries along with an introduction from Drs. Collop and Quan — is available on the JCSM website.