Matt Tucker

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionUSC SoM Greenville
DepartmentBiomedical Sciences
Address701 Grove Road
Greenville, South Carolina 29605
Phone864-455-8945
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    1. Bailes C, Caldwell M, Wamsley EJ, Tucker MA. Does sleep protect memories against interference? A failure to replicate. PLoS One. 2020; 15(2):e0220419. PMID: 32053586.
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    2. Tucker MA, Humiston GB, Summer T, Wamsley E. Comparing the Effects of Sleep and Rest on Memory Consolidation. Nat Sci Sleep. 2020; 12:79-91. PMID: 32099493.
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    3. Humiston GB, Tucker MA, Summer T, Wamsley EJ. Resting States and Memory Consolidation: A Preregistered Replication and Meta-Analysis. Sci Rep. 2019 12 18; 9(1):19345. PMID: 31852988.
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    4. Trilk JL, Elkhider IA, Asif I, Buchanan A, Emerson J, Kennedy AB, Masocol R, Motley E, Tucker M. Design and Implementation of a Lifestyle Medicine Curriculum in Undergraduate Medical Education. Am J Lifestyle Med. 2019 Nov-Dec; 13(6):574-585. PMID: 31662724.
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    5. Tucker MA, Taylor K, Merchant R, George S, Stoddard C, Kopera K. Scopolamine does not impact declarative and motor memory consolidation across a night of sleep or a day of wakefulness. Neurobiol Learn Mem. 2018 11; 155:371-378. PMID: 30172950.
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    6. Lau EYY, McAteer S, Leung CNW, Tucker MA, Li C. Beneficial effects of a daytime nap on verbal memory in adolescents. J Adolesc. 2018 08; 67:77-84. PMID: 29929055.
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    7. Tucker MA, Morris CJ, Morgan A, Yang J, Myers S, Pierce JG, Stickgold R, Scheer FAJL. The Relative Impact of Sleep and Circadian Drive on Motor Skill Acquisition and Memory Consolidation. Sleep. 2017 04 01; 40(4). PMID: 28460138.
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    8. Tucker MA, Nguyen N, Stickgold R. Experience Playing a Musical Instrument and Overnight Sleep Enhance Performance on a Sequential Typing Task. PLoS One. 2016; 11(7):e0159608. PMID: 27472398.
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    9. Barsky MM, Tucker MA, Stickgold R. REM sleep enhancement of probabilistic classification learning is sensitive to subsequent interference. Neurobiol Learn Mem. 2015 Jul; 122:63-8. PMID: 25769506.
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    10. Gregory MD, Agam Y, Selvadurai C, Nagy A, Vangel M, Tucker M, Robertson EM, Stickgold R, Manoach DS. Resting state connectivity immediately following learning correlates with subsequent sleep-dependent enhancement of motor task performance. Neuroimage. 2014 Nov 15; 102 Pt 2:666-73. PMID: 25173415.
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    11. Wamsley EJ, Shinn AK, Tucker MA, Ono KE, McKinley SK, Ely AV, Goff DC, Stickgold R, Manoach DS. The effects of eszopiclone on sleep spindles and memory consolidation in schizophrenia: a randomized placebo-controlled trial. Sleep. 2013 Sep 01; 36(9):1369-76. PMID: 23997371.
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    12. Nguyen ND, Tucker MA, Stickgold R, Wamsley EJ. Overnight Sleep Enhances Hippocampus-Dependent Aspects of Spatial Memory. Sleep. 2013 Jul 01; 36(7):1051-1057. PMID: 23814342.
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    13. Payne JD, Tucker MA, Ellenbogen JM, Wamsley EJ, Walker MP, Schacter DL, Stickgold R. Memory for semantically related and unrelated declarative information: the benefit of sleep, the cost of wake. PLoS One. 2012; 7(3):e33079. PMID: 22457736.
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    14. Wamsley EJ, Tucker MA, Shinn AK, Ono KE, McKinley SK, Ely AV, Goff DC, Stickgold R, Manoach DS. Reduced sleep spindles and spindle coherence in schizophrenia: mechanisms of impaired memory consolidation? Biol Psychiatry. 2012 Jan 15; 71(2):154-61. PMID: 21967958.
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    15. Tucker MA, Tang SX, Uzoh A, Morgan A, Stickgold R. To sleep, to strive, or both: how best to optimize memory. PLoS One. 2011; 6(7):e21737. PMID: 21799746.
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    16. Pace-Schott EF, Shepherd E, Spencer RM, Marcello M, Tucker M, Propper RE, Stickgold R. Napping promotes inter-session habituation to emotional stimuli. Neurobiol Learn Mem. 2011 Jan; 95(1):24-36. PMID: 20969968.
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    17. Wamsley EJ, Tucker MA, Payne JD, Stickgold R. A brief nap is beneficial for human route-learning: The role of navigation experience and EEG spectral power. Learn Mem. 2010 Jul; 17(7):332-6. PMID: 20581255.
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    18. Wamsley EJ, Tucker M, Payne JD, Benavides JA, Stickgold R. Dreaming of a learning task is associated with enhanced sleep-dependent memory consolidation. Curr Biol. 2010 May 11; 20(9):850-5. PMID: 20417102.
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    19. Tucker MA, Fishbein W. The impact of sleep duration and subject intelligence on declarative and motor memory performance: how much is enough? J Sleep Res. 2009 Sep; 18(3):304-12. PMID: 19702788.
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    20. Payne JD, Schacter DL, Propper RE, Huang LW, Wamsley EJ, Tucker MA, Walker MP, Stickgold R. The role of sleep in false memory formation. Neurobiol Learn Mem. 2009 Oct; 92(3):327-34. PMID: 19348959.
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    21. Tucker MA, Fishbein W. Enhancement of declarative memory performance following a daytime nap is contingent on strength of initial task acquisition. Sleep. 2008 Feb; 31(2):197-203. PMID: 18274266.
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    22. Wamsley EJ, Hirota Y, Tucker MA, Smith MR, Antrobus JS. Circadian and ultradian influences on dreaming: a dual rhythm model. Brain Res Bull. 2007 Jan 09; 71(4):347-54. PMID: 17208651.
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    23. Tucker MA, Hirota Y, Wamsley EJ, Lau H, Chaklader A, Fishbein W. A daytime nap containing solely non-REM sleep enhances declarative but not procedural memory. Neurobiol Learn Mem. 2006 Sep; 86(2):241-7. PMID: 16647282.
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    24. Smith MR, Antrobus JS, Gordon E, Tucker MA, Hirota Y, Wamsley EJ, Ross L, Doan T, Chaklader A, Emery RN. Motivation and affect in REM sleep and the mentation reporting process. Conscious Cogn. 2004 Sep; 13(3):501-11. PMID: 15336244.
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