Dr. Irwin Feinberg
University of California, Davis, CA, USA
The following is my most recent (2009) NIH Bibliography:
NAME Irwin Feinberg POSITION TITLE Professor of Psychiatry EDUCATION/TRAINING (Begin with baccalaureate or other initial professional education, such as nursing, and include postdoctoral training.) INSTITUTION AND LOCATION DEGREE (if applicable) YEAR(s) FIELD OF STUDY Brooklyn College, Brooklyn NY B.A. 1949 Psychology Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA MA 1951 Experimental Psychol. New York University, NYC, NY MD 1955 Medicine
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A. POSITIONS AND HONORS: TRAINING: 1955-56; Intern in Medicine - Boston City Hospital, Boston, MA,
1956-1957; Resident in Psychiatry - Boston Psychopathic Hospital, Boston, MA.
1958-1959; Resident in Psychiatry - National Institute of Mental Health.
1959-1960; USPHS Trainee - Institut des Sciences de l'Education (with Prof Jean Piaget).
1961-1962; Resident in Psychiatry - St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Washington, DC.
CERTIFICATION: Certified in Psychiatry by American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology, December, l964
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: l957-64 Research Psychiatrist - St. Elizabeth's Hospital , NIMH
l962-64 ; Chief, Section on Psychopathology - Clinical Neuropharmacology Research Center, CI, IR, NIMH,
l964-66 Asst. Professor, Downstate Medical Center, State University of New York (SUNY)
l964-66; Associate Professor, Downstate Medical Center, State University of New York (SUNY)
l969 Professor of Psychiatry, Downstate Medical Center, State University of New York (SUNY)
l966-69 Career Teacher Award - NIMH, Downstate Medical Center (SUNY)
l969-79 Chief of Psychiatry, VA Medical Center, San Francisco, CA,;
l969-79 Vice-Chair & Professor of Psychiatry (in Residence), University of California, San Francisco
l979-80 Director, Sleep Laboratory - VA Medical Center, New York, NY
l979-80; Professor of Psychiatry - New York University
1980-85 Director, Sleep Laboratory-VA Medical Center, San Francisco, CA
1980-85 Professor of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco
1985-88 Associate Chief of Psychiatry for Research - VA Medical Center, Northport, NY
1985-88 Professor of Psychiatry - SUNY at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY
1988-98 Chief of Psychiatric Research, VA Medical Center, Martinez, CA
1990-95 Medical Investigator, Dept. of Veterans' Affairs:
1989-98 Director of Psychiatric Research, University of California, Davis
1989-Present Professor of Psychiatry, University of California at Davis
National Committees Service: Merit Review Appeals Board, VA Central Office Research Service.
National Commission on Sleep Disorders subcommittee on psychiatry and sleep
Distinguished Scientist Award, Sleep Research Society, 1996
School of Medicine Faculty Research Award, UC Davis, 1998
B. PUBLICATIONS (selected from over 150):
Feinberg I, and Mercer M. Studies of thought disorder in schizophrenia. I. Chapman's tests of distractibility and associative intrusion in schizophrenia and organic brain disease. Archives of General Psychiatry 2: 504-511, 1960.
Feinberg I, and Garman E. Studies of thought disorder in schizophrenia II. Plausible and implausible errors on a modification of the Progressive Matrices Test. Archives of General Psychiatry 4: 191-201, 1961.
Feinberg I, Koresko RL, Gottlieb F, and Wender PH. Sleep electroencephalographic and eye-movement patterns in schizophrenic patients. Comprehensive Psychiatry 5: 44-53, 1964.
Feinberg I, Heller N, Steinberg HR, and Stoeffler V. The relationship of sleep disturbance to behavior pathology in a group of schizophrenic patients. Comprehensive Psychiatry 6: 374-380, 1965.
Feinberg I, Koresko RL, and Gottlieb F. Further observations on electrophysiological sleep patterns in schizophrenia. Comprehensive Psychiatry 6: 21-24, 1965.
Feinberg I, Koresko RL, and Schaffner IR. Sleep Electroencephalographic and eye-movement patterns in patients with chronic brain syndrome. Journal of Psychiatric Research 3: 11-26, 1965.
Feinberg I. Sleep electroencephalographic and eye-movement patterns in patients with schizophrenia and with chronic brain syndrome. In: Sleep and Altered States of Consciousness, edited by Kety SS,
Evarts EV, and Williams HL. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1967, p. 211-240.
Feinberg I. Eye movement activity during sleep and intellectual function in mental retardation. Science 159: 1256, 1968.
Feinberg I, Braun M, Koresko RL, and Gottlieb F. Stage 4 sleep in schizophrenia. Archives of General Psychiatry 21: 262-266, 1969.
Feinberg I, Braun M, and Shulman E. EEG sleep patterns in mental retardation. Electroencephalography and clinical Neurophysiology 27: 128-141, 1969.
Small A, Hibi S, and Feinberg I. Effects of dextroamphetamine sulfate on EEG sleep patterns of hyperactive children. Archives of General Psychiatry 25: 369-380, 1971. Feinberg I. Changes in sleep cycle patterns with age. Journal of Psychiatric Research 10: 283-306, 1974a.
Feinberg I, and Hiatt JF. Sleep patterns in schizophrenia: A selective review. In: Sleep Disorders: Diagnosis and Treatment, edited by Williams RL, and Karacan I. New York: J. Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1978, p. 205-231.
Feinberg I, and Floyd TC. Systematic trends across the night in human sleep cycles. Psychophysiology 16: 283-291, 1979.
Feinberg I, Fein G, and Floyd TC. EEG patterns during and following extended sleep in young adults. Electroencephalography and clinical Neurophysiology 50: 467-476, 1980.
Feinberg I, Fein G, and Floyd TC. Period and amplitude analysis of NREM EEG in sleep: repeatability of results in young adults. Electroencephalography and clinical Neurophysiology 48: 212-221, 1980.
Feinberg I, Fein G, and Floyd TC. Computer-Detected Patterns of Electroencephalographic Delta Activity During and After Extended Sleep. Science 215: 1131-1133, 1982.
Feinberg I, and Floyd TC. The Regulation of Human Sleep. Human Neurobiology 1: 185-194, 1982. Feinberg I. Schizophrenia and late maturational brain changes in man. Psychopharmacology Bulletin 18: 29-31, 1982.
Feinberg I. Schizophrenia: Caused by a fault in programmed synaptic elimination during adolescence? Journal of Psychiatric Research 17: 319-334, 1983.
Church MW, March JD, Hibi S, Benson K, Cavness C, and Feinberg I. Changes in frequency and amplitude of delta activity during sleep. Electroencephalography and clinical Neurophysiology 39: 1-7, 1975.
Feinberg I. Adolescence and mental illness. Science (letter) 236: 507, 1987.
Feinberg I. Metabolic brain changes in adolescence: One aspect of a global reorganization? Annals of Neurology 24: 464-465, 1988.
Feinberg I. Slow Wave Sleep: Physiological, Pathophysiological and Functional Aspects. Raven, NY: A. Wauquier, C. Dugovic and M. Radulovacki, 1989.
Feinberg I. What is the Function(s) of Slow Wave Sleep? In: Slow Wave Sleep, edited by Chase MH, and Roth T. Los Angeles: Brain Information Service/Brain Research Institute (UCLA), 1990, p. 65-68.
Feinberg I, March JD, Flach K, Maloney T, Chern WJ, and Travis F. Maturational changes in amplitude, incidence and cyclic pattern of the 0 to 3 Hz (Delta) electroencephalogram of human sleep. Brain Dysfunction 3: 183-192, 1990.
Feinberg I, Thode HC, Chugani HT, and March JD. Gamma distribution model describes maturational curves for delta wave amplitude, cortical metabolic rate and synaptic density. Journal of Theoretical Biology 142: 149-161, 1990.
Feinberg I. Sleep EEG abnormalities in schizophrenia and depression are similar and not diagnostic of either condition. Biological Psychiatry 1: 817-818, 1991.
Feinberg I. Synaptic pruning and the adolescent brain. The Journal of California Alliance for the Mentally Ill 2: 22-24, 1991.
Feinberg, I., Maloney, T., and March, J. D. Precise conservation of NREM Period 1 (NREMP1) Delta Across Naps and Nocturnal Sleep: Implications for REM Latency and NREM/REM Alternation. Sleep 15(5):400-403, 1992.
Uchida S, Maloney T, and Feinberg I. Beta (20-28 Hz) and delta (0.3-3 Hz) EEG oscillate reciprocally across NREM and REM sleep. Sleep 15(4): 352-358, 1992.
Campbell IG, and Feinberg I. A cortical EEG frequency with a REM-specific increase in amplitude. Journal of Neurophysiology 69: 1368-1371, 1993.
Uchida S, Maloney T, and Feinberg I. Sigma (12-16 Hz) and beta (20-28 Hz) EEG discriminate NREM and REM sleep. Brain Research 659: 243-248, 1994.
Feinberg I. Schizophrenia as an emergent disorder of late brain maturation. In: Neurodevelopmental & Adult Psychopathology, edited by Keshavan MS, and Murray R. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997, p. 237-252.
Uchida, S., Feinberg, I., March, J. D., Atsumi, Y., and Maloney, T. A comparison of period amplitude analysis and FFT power spectral analysis of all-night human sleep EEG. Physiology & Behavior 67:121-131, 1999.
Uchida S, Feinberg I, March JD, Atsumi Y, and Maloney T. A comparison of period amplitude analysis and FFT power spectral analysis of all-night human sleep EEG. Physiology and Behavior 67: 121-131, 1999.
Feinberg I. Mechanisms of hallucinations. American Journal of Psychiatry 156(5): 805-806, 1999.
Feinberg I. Slow wave sleep (SWS) and growth hormone (GH) diverge sharply during puberty: biological implications. (Letter). JAMA 284: 2717, 2000.
Tan X, Campbell IG, Palagini L, and Feinberg I. High internight reliability of computer-measured NREM delta, sigma and beta: biological implications. Biological Psychiatry 48: 1010-1019, 2000.
Tan X, Campbell IG, and Feinberg I. A simple method for computer quantification of stage REM eye movement potentials. Psychophysiology 38: 512-516, 2001.
Feinberg I. REM sleep: desperately seeking isomorphism. Behavioral and Brain Research 23: 931-933, 2001.
Palagini L, Gemignani A, Feinberg I, Guazzelli M, and Campbell IG. Mental activity after early afternoon nap awakenings in healthy subjects. Brain Research Bulletin 63: 361-368, 2004.
Feinberg I, Higgins LM, Khaw WY, and Campbell IG. The adolescent decline of NREM delta, an indicator of brain maturation, is linked to age and sex but not to pubertal stage. The American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology 291: R1724-1729, 2006.
Campbell IG, Higgins LM, Darchia N, and Feinberg I. Homeostatic behavior of fast fourier transform power in very low frequency non-rapid eye movement human electroencephalogram. Neuroscience 140: 1395-1399, 2006.
Campbell IG, Darchia N, Khaw WY, Higgins LM, and Feinberg I. Sleep EEG evidence of sex differences in adolescent brain maturation. Sleep 28: 637-643, 2005.
Darchia N, Campbell IG, Tan X, and Feinberg I. Kinetics of NREM delta EEG power density across NREM periods depend on age and on delta-band designation. Sleep 30: 71-79, 2007.
Campbell IG, Higgins LM, Trinidad JM, Richardson P, and Feinberg I. The increase in longitudinally measured sleepiness across adolescence is related to the maturational decline in low-frequency EEG power. Sleep 30: 1677-1687, 2007.
Feinberg I, and Campbell IG. Glutamate neurotransmission and sleep. In: Neurochemistry of Sleep and Wakefulness, edited by Monti JM, Pandi-Perumal SR, and Sinton CM. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008, p. 224-243.
Campbell IG, and Feinberg I. Longitudinal trajectories of NREM delta and theta EEG as indicators of adolescent brain maturation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA Early Edition E-pub ahead of print: 2009.