In the media
SFA has extensive coverage in television, video and radio. Television broadcasts include National Geographic, 48 hours Mystery, Oprah, The Today Show, CBS Sunday Morning, MSNBC, and FOX News. Several podcasts and "live" radio broadcasts have been produced on the BBC, Sirius Radio, and National Public Radio. News publications include TIME, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, New York Post, Psychology Today, Scientific American, Men's Health, and the Lady's Home Journal.
Television and video
- Dangerous Dreamers - Can sleep disorders explain brutal murder or unexpected suicide? Source: Psychology Today
- What Sleep Crime Tells Us About Consciousness - In the neurological netherworld between sleep and wakefulness, the mind's delirium can turn tragically real. Source: Scientific American
- Death that stalks the sleepwalker - What led a young, successful artist to hang himself? Harry de Quetteville explores the terrifying phenomenon of parasomnia pseudo-suicide. Source: Telegraph.co.uk
- A Dubious "Sexsomnia" Defense - A man escapes rape charges after claiming it was "sleep sex." Dr. Cramer Bornemann tells Salon why he's doubtful. Source: Salon
- Sleep Violence: A real danger, little understood - Nighttime wanderers may be at risk for a disturbing and dangerous phenomenon: sleep violence. Source Scientific American blog
- The Weird and Dangerous World of Sleeping Pills - We're a nation of insomniacs desperate for a decent night's sleep. But what if sleeping pills are doing more than just knocking us out? Source: Men's Health
- Dangerous Dreamer - One funny man has a show about the perils of sleepwalking, becomes an off-Broadway hit and inspires some serious talk about sleep disorders. Source: Newsweek
- Famous clothing designer's fatal "sleep terrors" - SFA docs explain the "sleep terrors" of the famous clothing designer Tobias Wong. Source: NYT
- Sleepwalking defense has long, if spotty, history - An article about several sleepwalking cases. Source: The Gazette
- When sleep problems become legal problems, Neuroscience can help - How a sleepwalker took an unfortunate turn to his death. Source: U.S. News & World Report
- Raiding the Refrigerator, but still asleep - An article about sleep eating, mentions Dr. Carlos Schenck's 2004 documentary about parasomnias called "Sleep Runners"
- The science of defending sleepwalkers that kill, Source: BBC