Category: Press

Francophone Sleep Lovers! Don’t Sleep in on Saturday: Tune into Radio-Canada to Hear Luc Beaudoin Interviewed about Sleep

Luc will be interviewed live on Radio-Canada (CBC Radio French), broadcast throughout Western Canada on Saturday morning at 8:25 AM Pacific. But if you do sleep in you can catch the interview later on podcast or the Radio-Canada website.

Podcast Interview of Luc P. Beaudoin by Ryan Takagi—About Sleep

I was interviewed about sleep by Ryan Takagi, Simon Fraser University Rowing Coach, who specializes in athletic wellness & performance. Here’s the podcast episode link: My conversation with Professor Luc Beaudoin on sleep

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ADHD, Insomnia and Perturbance?

A recent media release from the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology, “Is ADHD really a sleep problem?“ is currently reverberating on the web.

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About the Media Responses to the Cognitive Shuffle: Much Ado about a Research Programme

Yesterday, on CogZest’s blog, Luc Beaudoin published some thoughts about the recent media attention to his sleep onset/insomnia R&D: Meta-Media Responses to the Cognitive Shuffle: Much Ado about a Research Programme

Experiment on Serial Diverse Imagining Sleep Technique Will Be Presented at SLEEP-2016

CogSci Apps Corp. is pleased to report that the results of a recent test of the serial diverse imagining technique (used by mySleepButton) will be presented at the joint meeting of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep

mySleepButton is Brett Terpstra’s Top Sleep App of 2015!

At the beginning of every year, world renowned Read & Trust blogger, Brett Terpstra, selects his top iOS and Mac apps. In reading Brett’s blog, as I regularly do, I was delighted —and honored—to find that he had selected mySleepButton

Today at CogSci 2015 in Pasadena—The First Public Empirical Research Data on the Cognitive Shuffle / Serial Diverse Imagining (Digdon & Beaudoin)

Today (July 24, 2015) at the CogSci 2015 Conference in Pasadena, California, we will be presenting the first set of preliminary data on the technique used by mySleepButton: serial diverse imagining, which is a form of cognitive shuffle. The data

Simon Fraser University Cognitive Science Article on mySleepButton

Simon Fraser University’s Cognitive Science program has posted the following article on mySleepButton and my research Shuffle your mind to sweet dreams, saying “More than 150 million individuals suffer from insomnia just in the developing world,1 and around 60 million

Brett Terpstra, Read and Trust Productivity Blogger, Endorses mySleepButton

Productivity software guru and Read and Trust blogger, Brett Terpstra, recommended mySleepButton in episode #104 of Systematic. Systematic is a 5by5 podcast that focuses on topics that are near and dear to CogSci Apps Corp. and CogZest, namely creativity, productivity,

Federal Government of Canada on mySleepButton and The Cognitive Shuffle

The Government of Canada’s health research investment agency featured mySleepButton™ and the cognitive shuffle this week! The Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR/IRSC) posted two entries about mySleepButton and Luc’s research on the cognitive shuffle. On their Health Research in Canada/La recherche en santé