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Ms Gosia Lipinska

M.A. (UCT)

Background and research interests

  • Sleep and psychiatric disorders
  • Sleep and memory
  • Sleep and emotion processing

Selected publications

Lipinska, M., Timol, R., Kaminer, D., & Thomas, K. (2014). Disrupted rapid eye movement sleep predicts declarative memory performance in posttraumatic stress disorder. European Journal of Sleep Research.

Lipinska, M., Thomas, K. G. F., Timol, R., & Stein, D. (in press). Sleep, Declarative Memory, and PTSD: Current Status and Future Directions. In E. Vermetten (Ed.), Sleep and Combat-related Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders. Springer Science.

Lipinska, M., Timol, R., Thomas, K.G.F., &  Kaminer, D. Disrupted REM sleep predicts poor declarative memory performance in post-traumatic stress disorder. Paper presented at the 1st Airwaves Congress, Durban, South Africa.

Lipinska, M., Thomas, K.G.F., Kaminer, D., & Gounder, E. (2012). The relationship between sleep and memory in posttraumatic stress disorder. Paper presented at the 21st Congress of the European Sleep Research Society, Paris, France.

Lipinska, M., Thomas, K.G.F., Kaminer, D., & Gounder, E. (2012). Declarative memory processing during sleep in posttraumatic stress disorder. Paper presented at the 30th International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town, South Africa.

Lipinska, M., Thomas, K.G.F., & Kaminer, D. (2011). The relationship between sleep and memory in PTSD. Paper presented at the student day of the World Association of Sleep Medicine and Canadian Sleep Society Congress, Quebec City, Canada.

Lipinska, M., Thomas, K.G.F., Kaminer, D., & Gounder, E. (2010).  Does sleep quality impact on memory processing in posttraumatic stress disorder? In K. G. F. Thomas & C. G. Tredoux (Chairs), Applied cognitive science and experimental neuropsychology in South Africa IV. Symposium conducted at the 16th Annual Congress of the Psychological Society of South Africa, Cape Town, South Africa.