Klára Horváth
Klára Horváth
2nd Department of Paediatrics, Semmelweis University
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Disturbed dreaming and sleep quality: altered sleep architecture in subjects with frequent nightmares
P Simor, K Horváth, F Gombos, KP Takács, R Bódizs
European archives of psychiatry and clinical neuroscience 262 (8), 687-696, 2012
Napping facilitates word learning in early lexical development
K Horváth, K Myers, R Foster, K Plunkett
Journal of sleep research 24 (5), 503-509, 2015
A daytime nap facilitates generalization of word meanings in young toddlers
K Horváth, S Liu, K Plunkett
Sleep 39 (1), 203-207, 2016
Reliability and validity of the Hungarian version of the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI-HUN): comparing psychiatric patients with control subjects
J Takács, R Bódizs, PP Ujma, K Horváth, P Rajna, L Harmat
Sleep and Breathing 20 (3), 1045-1051, 2016
Impaired executive functions in subjects with frequent nightmares as reflected by performance in different neuropsychological tasks
P Simor, P Pajkossy, K Horváth, R Bódizs
Brain and cognition 78 (3), 274-283, 2012
Disturbed dreaming and the instability of sleep: altered nonrapid eye movement sleep microstructure in individuals with frequent nightmares as revealed by the cyclic …
P Simor, R Bódizs, K Horváth, R Ferri
Sleep 36 (3), 413-419, 2013
Fluctuations between sleep and wakefulness: Wake-like features indicated by increased EEG alpha power during different sleep stages in nightmare disorder
P Simor, K Horváth, PP Ujma, F Gombos, R Bódizs
Biological psychology 94 (3), 592-600, 2013
Frequent daytime naps predict vocabulary growth in early childhood
K Horváth, K Plunkett
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 57 (9), 1008-1017, 2016
Memory in 3‐month‐old infants benefits from a short nap
K Horváth, B Hannon, PP Ujma, F Gombos, K Plunkett
Developmental Science, 2017
Electroencephalographic and autonomic alterations in subjects with frequent nightmares during pre-and post-REM periods
P Simor, J Körmendi, K Horváth, F Gombos, PP Ujma, R Bódizs
Brain and cognition 91, 62-70, 2014
Spotlight on daytime napping during early childhood
K Horváth, K Plunkett
Nature and science of sleep 10, 97, 2018
Objective and Subjective Components of the First-Night Effect in Young Nightmare Sufferers and Healthy Participants
A Kis, S Szakadát, P Simor, F Gombos, K Horváth, R Bódizs
Behavioral sleep medicine 12 (6), 469-480, 2014
Altered sleep in Borderline Personality Disorder in relation to the core dimensions of psychopathology
P Simor, K Horváth
Scandinavian journal of psychology 54 (4), 300-312, 2013
Sleep is atypical across neurodevelopmental disorders in infants and toddlers: a cross-syndrome study
D D'Souza, H D’Souza, K Horváth, K Plunkett, A Karmiloff-Smith
Research in developmental disabilities 97, 103549, 2020
Attachment and dream emotions: The mediating role of trait anxiety and depression
P Sándor, K Horváth, R Bódizs, B Konkol˙ Thege
Current Psychology 39 (5), 1863-1872, 2020
A Szüloi Konfliktusok Észlelését Méro Skála hazai alkalmazásával szerzett tapasztalatok
M Szepes, E Czeglédi, R Urbán, K Horváth, P Balog
Mentalhigiene es Pszichoszomatika 15 (2), 139-170, 2014
Is the social brain theory applicable to human individual differences? Relationship between sociability personality dimension and brain size
K Horváth, J Martos, B Mihalik, R Bódizs
Evolutionary Psychology 9 (2), 147470491100900211, 2011
Different nutritional screening tools and recommended screening algorithm for pediatric oncology patients
N Gallo, K Horvath, K Czuppon, E Tomsits, E Felegyhazi, GT Kovacs
Clinical Nutrition, 2021
Erratum to" Impaired executive functions in subjects with frequent nightmares as reflected by performance in different neuropsychological tasks"[Brain Cognit. 78 (2012) 274-283].
P Simor, P Pajkossy, K Horváth, R Bódizs
Brain and cognition 109, 130, 2016
'It's a big world': understanding the factors guiding early vocabulary development in bilinguals
C Delle Luche, R Kwok, S Durrant, J Chow, K Horvath, A Cattani, ...
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