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REFERENCES

ACTIGRAPHY:

“The Role of Actigraphy in the Study of Sleep and Circadian Rhythms”, Sonia Ancoli-Israel, Roger Cole, Cathy Alessi, Mark Chambers, William Moorcroft, Charles P. Pollak. SLEEP, Vol.26, No.3, 2003. 342-392.

“Practice Parameters for the Role of Actigraphy in the Study of Sleep and Circadian Rhythms: An Update for 2002”, American Academy of Sleep Medicine Practice Parameters, M Littner, CA Kushida, W McDowell Anderson, D Bailey, RB Berry, DG Davila, M Hirshkowitz, S Kapen, M Kramer, D Loube, M Wise, SF Johnson.  SLEEP, Vol.26, No.3, 2003.

“Actigraph Placement and Sleep Estimation in Children”, E Juulia Paavonen, Mika Fjallberg, Maija-Riikka Steenari, Eeva T. Aronen.  SLEEP, Vol.25, No.2, 2002, 235-237.

“The role of actigraphy in sleep medicine”, Avi Sadeh, Christine Acebo.  SLEEP MEDICINE REVIEWS, Vol.6, No.2, 2002, 113-124.

“Actigraphic assessment of sleep-wake rhythm during the first 6 months of life”, B. Gnidovec, D. Neubauer, J. Zidar.  CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY, 113 (2002) 1815-1821.

“Actigraph Analysis of Diurnal Motor Fluctuations during Dopamine Agonist Therapy”, Soichi Katayama. EUROPEAN NEUROLOGY, 2001;46(suppl 1):11-17.

“Effects of Sleep Loss on Waking Actigraphy”, Timothy Roehrs, Lauren Turner, Thomas Roth.  SLEEP, Vol. 23, No. 6, 2000.

“Sleep estimation from wrist movement quantified by different actigraphic modalities”, Girardin Jean-Louis, Daniel F. Kripke, William J. Mason, Jeffrey A. Elliott, Shawn D. Youngstedt.  JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS 105 (2001), 185-191.

“The Statistical Distribution of Wrist Movements during Sleep”, Victor Gimeno, Teresa Sagales, Luchi Miguel, Mercedes Ballarin.  NEUROPSYCHOBIOLOGY 1998;38:108-112.

“Evaluation of human activities and sleep-wake identification using wrist actigraphy”, Harumi Shinkoda, Kazuya Matsumoto, Jouji Hamasaki, Yoo Jin Seo, Young Man Park, Kwang Pak Park.  JAPANESE SOCIETY OF SLEEP RESEARCH, Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, pp 157-159.

“A Basic Study on the use of a wrist actigraph for identifying human various activities and sleep/wakefulness”, Harumi Shinkoda, Young Man Park, Kazuya Matsumoto.  J. SCIENCE OF LABOUR, 1998, Vol.74, No.7.

“Direct Comparison of Two Widely Used Activity Recorders”, CP Pollak, PE Stokes, DR Wagner.  SLEEP, Vol.21, No.2, 1998. 207-212.

“Actigraphic motor asymmetries during sleep”, by Violani C, Testa P, Casagrande M.  SLEEP 1998;21(5):472-6. (Abstract on file).

“Sensitivity and Reproducibility Of the Dual-Mode Actigraph Under Controlled Levels of Activity Intensity”, NK Leidy, RD Abbott, KM Fedenko.  NURSING RESEARCH, Vol. 46, No. 1, Jan/Feb 1997. pp 5-11.

[Actigraphy: methodological limits for evaluation of sleep stages and sleep structure of healthy probands], Conradt R, Brandenburg U, Ploch T, Peter JH.  PNEUMOLOGIE 1997; 51 Suppl 3():721-4.

“Activity Recorders Are Not All Alike: Comparison of the Ambulatory Monitoring & Gaehwiler Instruments”, ABSTRACT, CP Pollak, PE Stokes, DR Wagner, T Ford, S Slawek.  SLEEP RESEARCH 26, 1997, 684.

“The actigraph data analysis software: I. A novel approach to scoring and interpreting sleep-wake activity.” G. Jean-Louis, H. Von Gizycki, F. Zizi, A. Spielman, P. Hauri, H. Taub.  (Abstract) PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS 1997;85(1):207-16.

“Analysis of Actigraphic records – Searching for an optimal method”, Orna Tzischinsky, Iris Haimov, Peretz Lavie.  APSS Meeting Abstract, Jan. 1996.

“Practice Parameters for the Use of Actigraphy in the Clinical Assessment of Sleep Disorders”, An American Sleep Disorders Association Report, SLEEP, 18(4):285-287.

1995.

“Activity-Based Sleep-Wake Identification: An Empirical Test of Methodological Issues”, A Sadeh, KM Sharkey, MA Carskadon.  SLEEP, Vol.17, No.3, 1994. pp 201-207.

“Computerized Assessment of Sleep Time by Wrist Actigraph”, Jacob Zomer, Ira Pollack, Orna Tzischinsky, Rachel Epstein, Jason Alster and Peretz Lavie.  Sleep Lab, Faculty of Medicine, Technion-IIT, Haifa, Israel.

“Actigraphically based automatic bedtime sleep-wake scoring: Validity and clinical applications”, A. Sadeh, J. Alster, D. Urbach, P. Lavie.  JOURNAL OF AMBULATORY MONITORING, 1989, Vol.2, No.3, 209-216.

ADHD:

“Actigraphy and Parental Ratings of Sleep in Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)”, Penny Corkum, Rosemary Tannock, Harvey Moldofsky, Sheilah Hogg-Johnson, Tom Humphries.  SLEEP, Vol.24, No.3, 2001.

“Does Actigraphy Differentiate ADHD Subtypes in a Clinical Research Setting?”, Andrew V. Dane, M.A. Russell, J. Schachar, Rosemary Tannock, J.AM.ACAD. CHILD ADOLESC. PSYCHIATRY, 39:6, June 2000, 752-760.

“Instability of Sleep Patterns in Children With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder”, Reut Gruber, Avi Sadeh and Amiram Raviv, Tel Aviv University, Israel.  J. AM. ACAD. CHILD ADOLESC. PSYCHIATRY, 39:4, April 2000, 495-501.

“Analog Classroom Assessment of Adderall in Children With ADHD”, James M. Swanson, Sharon Wigal, Laurence L. Greenhill, Ronald Browne, Bruce Waslik, Marc Lerner, Lillie Williams, Dan Flynn, Dave Agler, Kenton Crowley, Erick Fineberg, Martin Baren, and Dennis P,. Cantwell.  J. AM. ACAD. CHILD ADOLESC. PSYCHIATRY, 37:5, May 1998, 519-526.

“Sleep and Neurobehavioral Functioning in Israeli School-Age Children: Implications for ADHD”, Avi Sadeh, Dept. of Psychology, Tel-Aviv University, Israel.

“Sleep Disturbances in Children With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder”, Penny Corkum, Rosemary Tannock, and Harvey Moldofsky.  J. AM. ACAD. CHILD ADOLESC.  PSYCHIATRY, 37:6, June 1998, 637-646.

“Sleep quality in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: An Actigraphic study”, Yaron Dagan, Shulamit Zeevi-Luria, Yonatan Sever, Dana Hallis, Iftah Yovel, Avi Sadeh and Eran Dolev.  PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES (1997), 51, 383-386.

“Naturalistic Study of Actigraphic-Assessed Sleep in Children with ADHD”, Carol A. Glod, Martin H. Teicher, Carl M. Anderson, Ann Polcari, Cynthia McGreenery, Yutaka Ito, ABSTRACT, March 26, 1997.

“Practice Parameters for the Assessment and Treatment of Children, Adolescents, and Adults With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder”.  J. AM. ACAD. CHILD ADOLESC. PSYCHIATRY, 36:10 Supplement, October 1997.

“Objective Measurement of Hyperactivity and Attentional Problems in ADHD”, Martin H. Teicher, Yutaka Ito, Carol A. Glod, and Natacha I. Barber, J. AM. ACAD. CHILD ADOLESC. PSYCHIATRY, 35:3, March 1996, 334-342.

“Actigraphy and Motion Analysis: New Tools for Psychiatry”, Martin H. Teicher, HARVARD REV. PSYCHIATRY 1995;3:18-35.

“Application of Actigraphy in the Clinical Setting: Use in Children With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder”, Lucinda G. Miller, and Irvin A. Kraft, PHARMACOTHERAPY 1994; 14(2):219-223.

“Assessment of Body Activity of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disordered (ADHD) Children by Actigraphy: A Case Series”, ABSTRACT, L. Miller, S. West, and M. Smolensky, Hermann Center for Chronobiology & Chronotherapeutics, Houston, TX. VIII-6.

“Modification of Activity Level Through Biofeedback and Operant Conditioning”, Jerome L. Schulman, Theodore M. Stevens, Bernard G. Suran, Mary Jo Kupst, and Michael J. Naughton.  JOURNAL OF APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS, 1978, II, 145-152.

“Dosing Schedule, Sleep, and Stimulant Side Effects”, Mark A. Stein, T. O”Brien, E. Schnitzler, T. Blondis, and E. Szumowski, Univ. of Chicago Hospitals, Chicago, IL.

PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY BULLETIN, p.716.

ADOLESCENTS: (See also ADHD, Pediatrics, Sleep, Autism)

“Evidence for the validity of a sleep habits survey for adolescents”, Abstract, AR Wolfson, MA Carskadon, C Acebo, R Seifer, G Fallone, SE Labyak, JL Martin.  SLEEP 2003; 26(2):213-6.

“Comparing estimates of adolescent sleep and wake from two activity monitoring systems”, Abstr., MK LeBourgeois, C Acebo, R Seifer, MA Carskadon.  SLEEP, Vol.25, 375.R, Suppl. 2002, A273-4.

“Is Obesity Associated With Poor Sleep Quality in Adolescents?”, Neeraj K. Gupta, William H. Mueller, Wenyaw Chan, Janet C. Meininger. AMER. JOURNAL OF HUMAN BIOLOGY 14:762-768 (2002).

“Adolescent Sleep Patterns, Circadian Timing, and Sleepiness at a Transition to Early School Days”, MA Carskadon, AR Wolfson, C Acebo, O Tzischinsky, R Seifer.  SLEEP, Vol. 21, No. 8, 1998.

ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE (Also see GERIATRICS and ACTILLUME):

“A Follow-Up Study of Actigraphic Measures in Home-Residing Alzheimer’s Disease Patients”, JA Yesavage, L Friedman, HC Kraemer, A Noda, D Wicks, DL Bliwise, J Sheikh, J Tinklenberg, V Zarcone.  J GERIATR PSYCHIATRY NEUROL 1998;11:7-10.

“Phototherapy for Patients with Alzheimer Disease with Disturbed Sleep Patterns: Results of a Community-Based Pilot Study”, Christopher C. Colenda, Wayne Cohen, W. Vaughn McCall, Peter B. Rosenquist.  ALZHEIMER DISEASE AND ASSOCIATED DISORDERS, Vol. 11, No.3, 1997, pp.175-178.

“Triazolam In Alzheimer’s Disease: Pilot Study on Sleep and Memory Effects”, JR McCarten, C Kovera, MK Maddox, JP Cleary.  PHARMACOLOGY, BIOCHEMISTRY 7 BEHAVIOR, Vol. 52, No. 2, 447-452. 1995.

“Circadian Locomotor Activity Rhythms in Alzheimer’s Disease”, A Satlin, MH Teicher, HR Lieberman, RJ Baldessarini, L Volicer, Y Rheaume.  NEUROPHYSHOPHARMACOLOGY 1991, Vol. 5, No. 2.

“Sleep-wake cycles in multi-infarct dementia and dementia of the Alzheimer type”, J Aharon-Peretz, A Masiah, T Pillar, R Epstein, O Tzischinsky, P Lavie.  NEUROLOGY 1991;41:1616-1619.

ANESTHESIA:

“Actigraphic Monitoring of Benzodiazepine Sedation in Anesthesia”, by A. Weinbrum, E. Geller, J. Zomer, P. Lavie.  Poster. 

ANIMALS:

“Circadian distribution of rest/activity in narcoleptic and control dogs: assessment with ambulatory activity monitoring”, S. Nishino, M. Tafti, R. Sampathkumaran, W.C. Dement, E. Mignot.  J. SLEEP RES. (1997) 6, 120-127.

“Ambulatory Rest-Activity Monitoring in Narcoleptic and Control Dogs:, S Nishino, R Sampathkumaran, M Tafti, WC Dement, E Mignot.  ABSTR. Sleep Research 24, 1995, No. 309.

ASTHMA:

“Frequency Analysis of Consecutive Epochs (FACE) – An Analytic Technique for Describing Continuity of Sleep”, D.M. Rapoport, J.A. Walsleben, S.A. Rothenberg, R. Zozula, R.G. Norman.  ABSTR. Sleep Research 24, 1995, No. 491.

“Sleep quality in children with asthma treated with theophyllineor cromolyn sodium”, A. Avital, D.G. Steljes, H. Pasterkamp, M. Kryger, I. Sanchez, V. Chernick.  J PEDIATR. 1991;119:979-84.

ASTRONAUTS: (Also See SLEEP IN SPACE)

“Chronobiological Measurements in Astronauts”, Putcha L, DeKerlegand D, Nimumagudda R, Stewart K.T., KripkeDF.  December 1996.

AUTISM:

“Child and Maternal Factors Associated With Sleeplessness in Children With Autism”, Luci Wiggs, Gregory Stores. (Abstract) 16th CONGRESS OF THE EUROPEAN SLEEP RESEARCH SOCIETY, Reykjavik, June 3-7, 2002.

“Sleep in Children With Autism and Asperger Syndrome”, Amanda Richdale, CLINICS IN DEVELOPMENTAL MEDICINE No. 155, 2001.  pp.181-191.

“Sleep Disorders in Children and Adolescents With Autistic Spectrum Disorders”(Abst.), L. Wiggs and G. Stores, J. SLEEP RES. (2000) 9, Supplement 1, p. 209, No. 417.

“Actigraphic Data of Children and Adolescents With Autistic Spectrum Disorders” (Abstr.), L. Wiggs and G. Stores, J. SLEEP RES. (2000) 9, Supplement 1, p.209, No.418.

“Abnormal sleep patterns associated with autism – A brief review of research findings, assessment methods and treatment strategies”, Gregory Stores and Luci Wiggs, INT’L J. RES. & PRACTICE, Vol. 2, No. 2, June 1998. pp.157-169.

BIPOLAR (Also See DEPRESSION):

“Phase-Synchronization of Daily Motor Activities Can Reveal Differential Circadian Patterns”, Z Dancshazy, A Der, GI Groma, Z Janka, T Jardanhazy, A Makai, I Szentistvanyi, A Vasadi.  CHRONOBIOLOGY INT’L, Vol.21, No.2, pp.309-314,2004.

BLOOD PRESSURE:

“Comparison of arbitrary definitions of circadian time periods with those determined by wrist actigraphy in analysis of ABPM data”, MAH Eissa, RJ Yetman, T Poffenbarger, RJ Portman.  JOURNAL OF HUMAN HYPERTENSION (1999) 13: 449-453.

“Monitoring activity and blood pressure”, Lawrence F. Van Egeren, J HYPERTENSION, 1991, 9 (Suppl 8):525-527.

“Effects of Behavioral Rhythms on Blood Pressure Rhythms”, Lawrence F. Van Egeren.

“Computer-Based Monitoring of Physical Activity”, Lawrence F. Van Egeren, CLINICAL EVALUATION 7 PHYSIOL. MONITORING. Raven Press. 1988.

“Blood Pressure Reactivity to Mental and Emotional Stress” (Cardiovascular Reactivity to Everyday Events”, LF Van Egeren, MD Gellman.  6, pp. 135-150.

BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT: (Sleep)

“Actigraphy as Measure of Sleep in Patients Undergoing Bone Marrow Transplantation (BMT) and in Their Physicians. N Kubiliun, T Noel, W Gruen, JR Wingard, P Mehta.  ABSTR. AMER. SOC. HEMATOLOGY, 1998.

BULIMIA NERVOSA:  (See EATING DISORDERS).

CANCER:  (Also see CIRCADIAN RHYTHM AND CHRONOTHERAPEUTICS)

“Circadian function in patients with advanced non-small-cell lung cancer”, RD Levin, MA Daehler, JF Grutsch, J Quiton, CG Lis, C Peterson, D Gupta, K Watson, D Layer, S Huff-Adams, B Desai, P Sharma, M Wallam, M Delioukina, P Ball, M Bryant, M Ashford, D Copeland, M Ohmori, PA Wood and WJM Hrushesky.  BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER (2005) 93, 1202-1208.

“Elevated Serum Cytokines Correlated with Altered Behavior, Serum Cortisol Rhythm, and Dampened 24-Hour Rest-Activity Patterns in Patients with Metastatic Colorectal Cancer”, T Rich, PF Innominato, J Boerner, MC Mormont, S Iacobelli, B Baron, C Jasmin, F Levi.  CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH, Vol.11, pp.1757-1764, Mar. 1, 2005.

“Objectively Measuring Fatigue in Cancer Patients by Measuring Circadian Sleep-Activity Patterns”, William Hrushesky.  Abstract, INT’L CONFERENCE CANCER AND RHYTHM, Graz, Austria.  Oct.16, 2004.

“Family Caregivers’ Sleep Loss and Depression Over Time”, Patricia A. Carter.  CANCER NURSING, Vol.26, No.4, 2003, pp 253-259.

“Sleep and Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Patients”, Barry V. Fortner, Edward J. Stepanski, Stephanie C. Wang, Sarah Kasprowicz, H. Heith Durrence.  J. PAIN SYMPTOM MANAGEMENT, Vol.24, No.5, November 2002, pp 471-480.

“Feasibility of a Sleep Intervention During Adjuvant Breast Cancer Chemotherapy”, Ann M. Berger, Susanna VonEssen, Brett R. Kuhn, Barbara F. Piper, Lynne Farr, Sangeeta Agrawal, James C. Lynch, Patti Higginbotham.  ONCOLOGY NURSING FORUM, Vol. 29, No. 10, 2002, pp 1431-1441.

“Circadian chronotherapy for human cancers”, Francis Levi.  THE LANCET Oncology, Vol.2, May 2001, Chronotherapy, pp 307-315.

“Marked 24-h Rest/Activity Rhythms Are Associated with Better Quality of Life, Better Response, and Longer Survival in Patients with Metastatic Colorectal Cancer and Good Performance Status”, Marie-Christine Mormont, James Waterhouse, Pascal Bleuzen, Sylvie Giacchetti, Alain Jami, Andre Bogdan, Joseph Lellouch, Jean-Louis Misset, Yvan Touitou, and Francis Levi.  CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH, Vol.6, August 2000, pp 3038-3045.

“The Influence of Daytime Inactivity and Nighttime Restlessness on Cancer-Related Fatigue”, AM Berger, L Farr, ONF – Vol. 26, No.10, 1999. 1663-1671.

“Pain, Fatigue, and Sleep Disturbances in Oncology Outpatients Receiving Radiation Therapy for Bone Metastasis: A Pilot Study”,  C. Miaskowski, Kathryn A. Lee, UCSF, San Francisco, California.  J PAIN AND SYMPTOM MANAGEMENT 1999;17:320-332.

“Patterns of Fatigue and Activity and Rest During Adjuvant Breast Cancer Chemotherapy”, Ann M. Berger, ONF – Vol. 25, No. 1, 1998. 51-62.

“Actigraphy as Measure of Sleep in Patients Undergoing Bone Marrow Transplantation (BMT) and in their physicians”, N. Kubiliun, T. Noel, W. Gruen, JR Wingard, P. Mehta, Univ. of Florida, Gainesville, FL and AMI, ABSTRACT, AMER.SOC.HEMATOLOGY, Annual Mtg., Dec.4-8, 1998.

“Activity Circadian Rhythm as an Independent Prognostic Factor of Survival in Patients (PTS) with Metastatic Colorectal Cancer (MCC), M.C. Mormont, S. Giacchetti, J. Waterhouse, J. Lellouch, J.L. Misset & F. Levi.  ABST. No. 1032, 1998.

“Multicenter Evaluation of Circadian System Function in Cancer Patients”, C.Mormont, F.Levi, C.Focan.  E.O.R.T.C. Chronotherapy Study Group Gen.Mtg. Rome, Italy, Oct.9, 1998.

“Wrist Actigraphy as a Measure of Fatigue”, GR Morrow, P Bushunow, Univ. of Rochester Cancer Center.  Abstr. 1998.

“Etude des rythmes circadiens d’activite par actometrie: Resultats preliminaires chez 30 patients atteints de cancer colorectal metastase”, M.C.Mormont, J.DePrins, F.Levi.  PATH BIOL. 1996, 44,No.3,165-171.

“Rest-Activity Circadian Rhythm, An Objective Measure for Performance Status (PS) and a Strong Indicator for Quality of Life (QL)”, M.C.Mormont, F.Levi, P.Depres-Brummer, S.Giachetti, G.Gruia, P.Bleuzen, C.Jasmin, JL Misset.  PROCEEDINGS OF ASCO Vol.15, March 1996. Abstr.No.1633.

“Activity/rest patterns and perceived fatigue and sleep quality during the first week of intravenous chemotherapy for early stage breast cancer (Meeting Abstract), Ann M. Berger.  ONCOLOGY NURSING FORUM 1995;22(2):361.

“Non-invasive estimation of cancer patients’ circadian system with wrist actigraphy”, M.C.Mormont, G.Metzger, R.Zidani, G.Gruia, J.L.Misset, F.Levi.  PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMER.ASSN. CANCER RESEARCH, Vol.36, March 1995. Abstr.No.1263.

“Assessment of Circadian Activity Rhythms by Wrist Actigraphy in Patients With Colorectal Cancer”, MC Mormont, J DePrins, F Levi, BIOLOGICAL RHYTHM RESEARCH, Vol.6, No. 4, 1995, Abstr. No. 167.

“Circadian System Alterations During Cancer Processes”, MC Mormont, F Levi, BIOLOGICAL RHYTHM RESEARCH, Vol.6, No.4, 1995, Abstr. No.168.

“Prognostic value of circadian rhythm assessment for survival of patients with metastatic colorectal cancer”, MC Mormont, P Bleuzen, J Lellouch, JL Misset, F Levi.  ASCO Abstr.No. 956.

“Implications of Biological Rhythms for Toxicology”, F. Levi, G. Metzger, P.Depres-Brummer.  DRUG INFORMATION JOURNAL, Vol. 28, 195-202, 1994.

CARDIAC DISEASE & SLEEP:

“Prehospital Correlates of Sleep in Patients Hospitalized with Cardiac Disease”, Redeker, Nancy S., Tamburri Linda, Howland Carol L., Rutgers Univ. Newark, NJ.  RESEARCH IN NURSING & HEALTH, 1998,21,27-37.

CHRONOTHERAPY: (Also see CANCER and DRUG EFFICACY)

“Can chronotherapy reduce the cost of health care? – Timing may be everything”, HEALTHCARE DEMAND MANAGEMENT, December 1996. 182-185.

CIRCADIAN RHYTHM: (Also see CANCER, CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE, CHRONOTHERAPY, CHRONOBIOLOGY, CHROPHYSIOLOGY, ACTILLUME

“Clinical Analyses of Sighted Patients with Non-24-Hour Sleep-Wake Syndrome: A Study of 57 Consecutively Diagnosed Cases”, T Hayakawa, M Uchiyama, Y Kamei, K Shibui, H Tagaya, T Asada, M Okawa, J Urata, K Takahashi.  SLEEP, Vol.28, No.8, pp.945-952, 2005.

“Age-Related Changes of Circadian Rhythms and Sleep-Wake Cycles”, In-Young Yoon, Daniel F. Kripke, Jeffrey A. Elliott, Shawn D. Youngstedt, Katharine M. Rex, Richard L. Hauger.  JAGS 51:1085-1091, 2003.

“Right- and Left-Brain Hemisphere, Rhythm in Reaction Time to Light Signals is Task-Load-Dependent: Age, Gender, and Handgrip Strength Rhythm Comparisons”, Alain Reinberg, Alena Bicakova-Rocher, Mohamed Mechkouri, Israel Ashkenazi.  CHRONOBIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL, Vol.19, No.6, 2002. 1087-1106.

“Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders: Toward A More Precise Definition and Diagnosis”, Yaron Dagan & Michal Eisenstein.  CHRONOBIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL,16(2), 213-222 (1999).

“Comparison of arbitrary definitions of circadian time periods with those determined by wrist actigraphy in analysis of ABPM data”, MAH Eissa, RJ Yetman, T Poffenbarger, RJ Portman.  J HUMAN HYPERTENSION (1999) 13: 449-453.

“An Approach to Studying Circadian Rhythms of Adolescent Humans”, Mary A. Carskadon, Christine Acebo, Gary S. Richardson, Barbara A. Tate, Ronald Seifer.  JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS, Vol.12, No.3, June 1997 pp 278-289.

“Human circadian pacemaker is sensitive to light throughout subjective day without evidence of transients”, Megan E. Jewett, David W. Rimmer, Jeanne F. Duffy, Elizabeth B. Klerman, Richard E. Kronauer, and Charles A. Czeisler.  AM. J. PHYSIOL. 273 (Regulatory Integrative Comp. Physiol. 42): R1800-R1809, 1997.

“High prevalence of personality disorders among circadian rhythm sleep disorders (CRSD) Patients”, Y Dagan, H Sela, H Omer, D Hallis, R Dar.  J PSYCHOSOMATIC RESEARCH, Vol. 41, No.4, 1996, pp 357-363.

“Evolution of Circadian Clock – Adult Illumination Exposures and Some Correlations with Symptoms”, D.F. Kripke, S.Juarez, R.J. Cole, S. Ancoli-Israel, P.J. Hauri, J.A. Wisbey, M.R. Klauber, W.J. Mason & W. Gruen.  5TH SAPPORO SYMPOSIUM ON BIOLOGICAL RHYTHM, Aug.25-28, 1993.

“Altered Sleep Quality Vs. Disrupted 24-Hr Sleep-Wake Cycle”, V.Thomas, W.Lundeen, S.Dilsaver, A.Korzsun & M.Smolensly.  INTL.SOC.CHRONOBIOLOGY MTG., QUEBEC CITY, July 11-15, 1993.

“Individual, Phase, and Weekly Variations in Daily Cycles of Wrist Activity in Freeliving Humans”, Sue Binkley.  PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR, Vol.53, 205-207. 1993.

“Chronophysiology and Ambulatory Monitoring Instrumentation”, William Gruen, AMI. CHRONOBIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL, VOL. 7,No.2, 89-91, 1990.

“Actigraphy: A Means of Assessing Circadian Patterns in Human Activity”, Arthur C. Brown, Michael H. Smolensky, Gilbert E. D’Alonzo & Daniel P. Redman.  CHRONOBIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL, Vol. 7, No. 2, 125-133, 1990.

“Circadian Rhythms of Activity in Healthy Young and Elderly Humans”, Harris R. Lieberman, Judith J. Wurtman & Martin H. Teicher.  NEUROBIOLOGY OF AGING, Vol. 10, 259-265. 1989.

DEMENTIA (See Actillume)

DEPRESSION: (Also see PSYCHIATRY)

“Construct Validation of Actigraphic Sleep Measures in Hospitalized Depressed Patients”, TG Coffield, WW Tryon.  BEHAVIORAL SLEEP MEDICINE, 2(1), 24-40. 2004.

“Aktivität und Depression”, (in German), Matthias R. Lemke, Brigitt Mieth, Sebastian Pleuse, Carsten Späth.  PSYCHIAT PRAX 2001;28:Originalarbeit pp.219-225.

“Actigraphy Can Measure Antidepressant-Induced Daytime Sedation in Healthy Volunteers”, N. Stanley and I. Hindmarch.  HUMAN PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY, Vol. 12, 437-443 (1997).

“Locomotor Activity in Depressed Children and Adolescents: I. Circadian Dysregulation”, MH Teicher, CA Glod, D Harper, E Magnus, C Brasher, F Wren, K Pahlavan.  J. AM. ACAD. CHILD ADOLESC. PSYCHIATRY, 1993, 32,4:760-769.

“Quantitative Assessment of Psychomotor Activity in Patients With Neuroleptic-Induced Akathisia”, G Gardos, MH Teicher, JF Lipinski, JD Matthews, L Morrison, C Conley, JO Cole.  PROG. NEURO PSYCHOPHARMACOL. 7 BIOL. PSYCHIAT. 1992, Vol. 16, 27-37.

“Severe Daytime Somnolence in Patients Treated With an MAOI”, MH Teicher, BM Cohen, RJ Baldessarini, & JO Cole.  AM J PSYCHIATRY 145:12, Dec. 1988.1552-6.

DERMATITIS:

“Actigraphy assessment of sleep disturbance in patients with atopic dermatitis: An objective life quality measure”, Bruce G. Bender, Susan B. Leung, Donald Y.M. Leung.  J. ALLERGY CLIN. IMMUNOLOGY, 2003;111:598-602.

DRIVERS: (See Also PVT-192)

“Truck Drivers Sleep-Wake Time Arrangements”, CRC Moreno, L Matuzaki, F Carvalho, R Alves, I Pasqua, G Lorenzi-Filho.  BIOLOGICAL RHYTHM RESEARCH, 2003, Vol.34, No.2, pp.137-143.

“Effects of Sleep Schedules on Commercial Motor Vehicle Driver Performance – Part I”, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research,  FEDERAL MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY ADMINISTRATION. Sept. 2000.

“Actigraphic Studies in High Risk Drivers”, Mgardia de Leon Alverez, JM Lopez Agreda. Translated from REVISTA DE NEUROFISIOLOGIA CLINICA, Vol.III/1-2, 1990.

DRUG ADDICTION:

“Effects of Cocaine Abstinence on Human Motor Activity”, J.L. Jewell, R. Stauffer, B. Ross, R. Nelson, and D.A. Gorelick.  NIH/NIDA Abstract, 97.

DRUG EFFICACY:

“Actigraphic assessment of the preoperative hypnotic effects of brotizolam and zopiclone”, R. Kawahara, S. Nishimura, Y. Inagaki, N. Taenaka, H. Kawahara.  ACTA ANAESTH. BELG., 2002, 53, 27-31.

“Sleep quality in children with asthma treated with theophylline or cromolyn sodium”, A Avital, DG Steljes, H Pasterkamp, M Kryger, I Sanchez, & V Chernick.  J. PEDIATR. 1991;119:979-84.

“Wrist Actigraphic Measurements in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis”, P Lavie, M Lorber, O Tzischinsky, R Epstein, Y Sharf.  DRUG INVESTIGATION 2 (Suppl. 3); 15-21, 1990.

“The Effects of 7.5 Mg Midazolam Vs. Placebo on Sleep Disturbances Associated With Westward and Eastward Flights”, P Lavie & W Gruen.

“Actigraphic Monitoring of Benzodiazepine Sedation in Anesthesia”, A Weinbrum, E Geller, J Zomer, P Lavie.

EATING DISORDERS:

“Nocturnal Eating Disorders – Sleep Disorders or Eating Disorders?”, O. Tzischinsky, Y. Latzer, R. Epstein. (Abstract) 16th CONGRESS OF THE EUROPEAN SLEEP RESEARCH SOCIETY, Reykjavik, June 3-7, 2002.

“Naturalistic Sleep Monitoring in Women Suffering from Bulimia Nervosa”, Yael Latzer, Orna Tzischinsky, Rachel Epstein, Ehud Klein, Peretz Lavie.  INT. J. EAT. DISORD. 26: 315-321, 1999.

ENERGY EXPENDITURE:

“A Basic Study on the use of a wrist Actigraph for identifying human various activities and sleep/wakefulness”, H Shinkoda, YM Park, K Matsumoto.  J. SCIENCE OF LABOUR, Vol. 74, No. 7, 255-265. 1998.

“Actigraphic Study of Sleep-Wake on a Himalayan Expedition”, M Garcia de Leon, JM Lopez Agreda, T Kazlausky.  ABSTR.

“Actigraphic case study: quantification of sleep disturbances during a Himalayan expedition”, M. Garcia de Leon, J.M. Lopez Agreda, T. Kazlausky.  J. AMBULATORY MONITORING, 1994, Vol. 7, No. 1, 53-60.

“Automated physical activity monitoring: Validation and comparison with physiological and self-report measures”, SM Patterson, DS Krantz, LC Montgomery, PA Deuster, SM Hedges, LE Nebel.  PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY, 30 (1993), 296-305.

FATIGUE: (Also see CANCER)

“Taking fatigue seriously: I. Variations in fatigue sampled repeatedly in healthy controls”, J.E. Dimsdale, S. Ancoli-Israel, T.F. Elsmore, W. Gruen.  J. MED. ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, Vol.27, No.5, Sept./Oct.2003, 218-222.

“Periodic fatigue symptoms due to desynchronization in a patient with non-24-h sleep-wake syndrome”, K Shibui, M Uchiyama, H Iwama, S Ozaki, K Takahashi, M Okawa.  PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES (1998), 52, 477-481.

FIBROMYALGIA:

“Use of actigraphy for monitoring sleep and activity levels in patients with fibromyalgia and depression”, A Korszun, EA Young, NC Engleberg, CB Brucksch, JF Greden, LA Crofford.  J PSYCHOSOMATIC RESEARCH 52 (2002) 439-443.

“Chronic pain does not seem to limit Fibromyalgia patients’ physical activity”, R Staud, D D Price, C J Vierek, A P Mauderli, R C Cannon, Gainesville, FL.  ABST. #103. 11/12

GERIATRICS: (Also see CIRCADIAN RHYTHM, INSOMNIA and NAPS)

“Randomized, controlled trial of a nonpharmacological intervential to improve abnormal sleep/wake patterns in nursing home residents:, CA Alessi, JL Martin, AP Webber, Cynthia Kim E, JO Harker, KR Josephson.  (Abstract)  J. AM. GERIATR. SOC. 2005;53(5):803-10.

“Assessment and Treatment of Sleep Disturbances in Older Adults”, Jennifer Martin, Tamar Shochat, Sonia Ancoli-Israel.  CLIN. PSYCHOL.REVIEW, Vol.20, No.6, 2000. pp.783-805.

“Environmental Complexity: Information for Human Environment Well-Being”, Alice Ware Davidson, Yaneer Bar-Yam.  Iccs 2000. 

“An activity monitor study on the sleep-wake rhythm of healthy aged people residing in their homes”, Naoko Sakurai and Mitsuo Sasaki.  JAPANESE SOCIETY OF SLEEP RESEARCH, Light and Sleep, p 253.

“Melatonin effects on sleep, mood, and cognition in elderly with mild cognitive impairment”, Jean-Louis G, von Gizycki H, Zizi F.  J. PINEAL RES. 1998; 25: 177-183.

“Hourly profiles of sleep and wakefulness in severely versus mild-moderately demented nursing home patients”,  Pat-Horenczyk R, Klauber MR, Shochat T, Ancoli-Israel S., UCSD, CA.  AGING 1998;10(4):308-15.

“A Follow-Up Study of Actigraphic Measures In Home-Residing Alzheimer’s Disease Patients”, Jerome A. Yesavage, Leah Friedman, Helena C. Kraemer, Art Noda, Deryl Wicks, Donald L. Bliwise, Javaid Sheikh, Jared Tinklenberg & Vincent Zarcone.  J. GERIATR.PSYCHIATRY NEUROL.1998;11:7-10.

“Sleep problems in older adults: Putting myths to bed”, Sonia Ancoli-Israel.  GERIATRICS, January 1997, Vol. 52, No. 1.

“Sleep disorders and aging”, Michael V. Vitiello, CURRENT OPINION IN PSYCHIATRY 1996,9:284-289.

“Comparison of Light Exposure and Activity Levels Among Young and Old Community Dwelling, and Elderly Residents of Assisted Living Facilities”, E.F. Colecchia, P.D. Peney, Y.R. Ge, R. Sanchez & P.C. Zee, Northwestern Univ., Chicago, IL.  Abstr., 5th Mtg. Society for Research on Biological Rhythms, May 8-12, 1996. 90.

“24-Hour Sleep/Wake in Demented Patients: A Multidimensional Scaling Analysis”, Ruth Pat-Horenczyk & Sonia Ancoli-Israel, UCSD and VAMC, San Diego, CA.  Abstr., 5th Mtg. Society for Research on Biological Rhythms, May 8-12,1996. 207.

“Melatonin Replacement Therapy of Elderly Insomniacs”, Iris Haimov, Peretz Lavie, Moshe Laudon, Paula Herer, C. Vigder & Nava Zisapel, Haifa & Tel-Aviv, Israel. SLEEP, 18(7),1995:598-603.

“Perceptions of Life Stress and Chronic Insomnia in Older Adults”, L Friedman, JO Brooks III, JA Yesavage, DL Bliwise, DS Wicks.  PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING 1995, Vol. 10, No. 3, 352-357.

“24-Hour Sleep/Wake Patterns in Healthy Elderly Persons”, Barbara D. Evans and Ann E. Rogers, Rochester Gen. Hospital, and Univ. of Michigan Sch. Of Nursing, APPLIED NURSING RESEARCH, FOL. 7, No. 2(May) 1994, 75-83.

“Sleep Disorders and Melatonin Rhythms in elderly people”, I. Haimov, M. Laudon, N. Zisapel, M. Souroujon, D. Jof, A. Shlitner, P. Herer, O. Tzischinsky, P. Lavie. Haifa and Tel-Aviv, Israel.  BR.MED.J., July 16,1994, Vo. 309, p.167.

“Insomnia in Older Adults – Relations to Depression and Anxiety”, Leah Friedman, John O. Brooks III, Donald L. Bliwise, Jerome A. Yesavage, Stanford Univ., CA.  AMER.J. GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY, Vol.1(2), Spring 1993.

“Triazolam in Alzheimer’s Disease: Pilot Study on Sleep and Memory Effects”, J.Riley McCarten, Craig Kovera, Melitta K. Maddox, James P. Cleary, V.A. Med.Ctr., Minneapolis, MN.  PHARMACOL. BIOCHEMISTRY & BEHAVIOR.

“Motor Activity of Community Elders & Their Caregivers”, Charles P. Pollak, Tina Ford, Peter J. McGuire, Sima Vaisman, Steven Zendell, NY Hosp./Cornell Med. Ctr., White Plains, NY.  Study supported by NIA AG11382.

“Sleep quality and diagnosis in Nursing Home Patients”, Denise Williams Jones, Sonia Ancoli-Israel, Maria Andujo Hanger, Lorraine Almendarez & Jay Goldberg, UCSD, CA.

SLEEP RESEARCH 21, 1992, Abstr. 89.

“Circadian Locomotor Activity Rhythms in Alzheimer’s Disease”, Andrew Satlin, Martin Teicher, Harris Lieberman, Ross Baldessarini, Ladislav Volicer & Yvette Rheaume.  NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY 1991 – Vol.5, No. 2, 115-126.

“Sleep-wake cycles in multi-infarct dementia and dementia of the Alzheimer type”, J.Aharon-Peretz, A.Masiah, T.Pillar, R.Epstein, O.Tzischinsky & P.Lavie.  NEUROLOGY 1991;41:1616-1619.

HIV/AIDS:

“Influence of Sleep and Activity Patterns on Fatigue in Women With HIV/AIDS”, KA Lee, CJ Portillo, H Miramontes.  J. ASSOC. NURSES IN AIDS CARE, Vol.12, Supp., 2001, 23-31.

HYPERTENSION:

“Circadian Time-Qualified Tolerance Intervals for Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring in the Diagnosis of Hypertension”.  RC Hermida, JR Fernandez, DE Ayala, A Mojon, I Alonzo, C Calvo.  CHRONOBIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL, Vol. 21, No.1, pp. 147-160, 2004.

INSOMNIA: (Also see GERIATRICS)

“The Role of Pre-sleep Cognitive Activity and Pre-sleep Anxiety in Distorted Perception of Sleep in Insomnia”, Nicole K.Y. Tang, Allison G. Harvey, Dept. Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, U.K. (Poster) 2002.

“The Use of Actigraphy Revised: The Value For Clinical Practice in Insomnia”, Ingrid Verbeek, Ed C. Klip, August C. Declerck.  PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS, 2001, 92, 852-856.

“Melatonin: marvel or marker?”, DF Kripke, JA Elliott, SD Youngstedt, JS Smith.  ANN MED 1998;30:81-87.

“Nondrug Treatment Trials in Psychophysiologic Insomnia”, C Guilleminault, A Clerk, J Black, M Labanowski, R Pelayo, D Claman.  ARCH. INTERN MED/Vol. 155, Apr.24, 1995:838-844.

“Wrist Actigraphy in Insomnia”, PJ Hauri & J Wisbey, SLEEP, 15(4):293-301. 1992.

“Relation of Actigraphy to Sleep Logs in Insomniacs”, AA Beck, WW Schmidt-Nowara, CA Jessop.  ABSTR. Sleep Research 21, 1992. No. 171.

“Actigraphic Assessment of a Treatment Trial of Sleep Restriction in Chronic Insomnia”, WW Schmidt-Nowara, AA Beck, CA Jessop.  ABSTR. Sleep Research 21, 1992. No.259.

“Circadian Phases of Illumination and Melatonin are associated”, SD Youngstedt, DF Kripke, JA Elliott, ABSTR. Sleep Research, 760.

INTENSIVE CARE:

“Disturbances of Sleep in the Intensive Care Unit”, RJ Schwab.  CRITICAL CARE CLINICS, Improving Patient Tolerance of Mechanical Ventilation, Vol.10,No.4, October 1994, pp. 681-693.

ITCHING (See DERMATITIS)

JET LAG:

“Retaining Home-Base Sleep Hours to Prevent Jet Lag in Connection With a Westward Flight Across Nine Time Zones”, A Lowden, T Akerstedt.  CHRONOBIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL, 15(4), 365-376 (1998).

LIGHT: (Also see ACTILLUME)

“Evening Light Exposure: Implications for Sleep and Depression”, Geralyn M. Wallace-Guy, Daniel F. Kripke, Girardin Jean-Louis, Robert D. Langer, Jeffrey A. Elliott, Arja Tuunainen.  JAGS, 50: 738-739, 2002.

“Human circadian phase in 12:12 h, 200: <8 lux and 1000: <8 lux light-dark cycles, without scheduled sleep or activity”, Benita Middleton, Barbara M. Stone, Josephine Arendt.  NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS 329 (2002) 41-44.

“Effects of nocturnal bright light on saliva melatonin, core body temperature and sleep propensity rhythms in human subjects”, Tomio Kubota, Makoto Uchiyama, Hiroyuki Suzuki, Kayo Shibui, Keiko Kim, Xin Tan, Hirokuni Tagaya, Masako Okawa, Shojiro Inoue.  NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH 42 (2002) 115-122.

“Effects of short duration morning bright light in healthy elderly. II: Sleep and motor activity”, Masako Kohsaka, Noriko Fukuda, Riko Kobayashi, Hiroshi Honma, Satoshi Sakakibara, Emi Koyama, Oshio Nakano, & Hozumi Matsubara.  PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES, Light and Sleep, pp 252-253.

“Effects of evening light on body temperature”, Tomio Kubota, Makoto Uchiyama, G.O. Hirokawa, Sigeru Ozaki, Mituko Hayasi, Masako Okawa.  JAPANESE SOCIETY OF SLEEP RESEARCH, Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience, Light and Sleep, 1999, 248-249.

LIVER DISEASE:

“Circadian Pattern of Blood Pressure, Heart Rate, and Double Product in Liver Glycogen Storage Disease”, RJ Yetman, M Andrew-Casal, RC Hermida, BW Dominguez, RJ Portman, H Northrup, MH Smolensky. CHRONOBIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL, 19(4), 765-783 (2002).

MELATONIN:

“Diurnal preference, sleep habits, circadian sleep propensity and melatonin rhythm in healthy human subjects”, Xianchen Liu, Makoto Uchiyama, Kayo Shibui, Keiko Kim, Yoshihisa Kudo, Hirokuni Tagaya, Hiroyuki Suzuki, MasakoOkawa.  NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS 280 (2000) 199-202.

MIGRAINE:

“Sleep and migraine: an actigraphic study”, B Oliviero, RP Maria, V Cristiano, G Vincenzo.  CEPHALALGIA 2003;23.

NAPS: (Also See Sleep, Circadian Rhythms)

“Actigraphy suggests age-related differences in napping and nocturnal sleep”, In-Young Yoon, Daniel F. Kripke, Shawn D. Youngstedt, Jeffrey A. Elliott.  J. SLEEP RES. (2003) 12, 87-93.

“The role of prescribed napping in sleep medicine” Clinical Review, Takahashi Masaya, SLEEP MEDICINE REVIEWS, Vol.7, No.3, 2003. pp 227-235.

“Restorative Effects of a Short Afternoon Nap (<30 Min) in the Elderly on Subjective Mood, Performance and EEG Activity”, Munehisa Tamaki, Ai Shirota, Mitsuo Hayashi and Tadao Hori.  SLEEP RESEARCH ONLINE, 3(3): 131-139, 2000.

NARCOLEPSY: (Also see NURSING RESEARCH)

“Does Wrist Actigraphy approximate traditional polysomnographic detection of sleep and wakefulness in narcolepsy-cataplexy?”, J Newman, C Stampi, DW Dunham, R Broughton.  ABSTR. No. 343.

“Using Actigraphy to study motor activity in narcoleptic patients”, F Canellas, J Nouguier, M Tafti, M Billard. Translated from REVISTA DE NEUROFISIOLOGIA CLINICA, VOL. III/1-2, 1990.

NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS:

“Circadian Rhythms and Sleep in Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinoses”, Erika Kirveskari.  Acad.Dissert. Thesis, Univ. Helsinki, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. Pediatric Neurology, October 2000.

“Actigraphy – A Method for the Evaluation of Reduced Wake Activity of Patients with Brain Damage” (In German), J. Czymmek, U. Muller, A.I.T. Thone, D.Y. von Cramon.  Abstract, Congress 2000, Session2, P93, Leipzig, D.

NURSING RESEARCH: (Also see POST-OPERATIVE ACTIVITY)

“Sensitivity and Reproducibility of the Dual-Mode Actigraph Under Controlled Levels of Activity Intensity”, NK Leidy, RD Abbott, KM Fedenko.  NURSING RESEARCH, Jan/Feb 1997, Vol.46, No. 1, 5-11.

“The Effect of Regularly Scheduled Naps on Sleep Attacks and Excessive Daytime Sleepiness Associated with Narcolepsy”, AE Rogers, MS Aldrich.  NURSING RESEARCH Mar/Apr 1993, Vol. 42, No. 2, 111-117.

PAIN & ACTIGRAPHY: (Also see CANCER)

“Sleep in Depressed and Nondepressed Participants with Chronic Low Back Pain: Electroencephalographic and Behaviour Findings”, K Harman, RT Pivik JL D’Eon, KG Wilson, JR Swenson, L Matsunaga.  SLEEP, Vol. 25, No.7, 2002.

“Twenty-Four-Hour Wrist Actigraphy (WA) for evaluation of nocturnal sleep of pain patients (PTS). D Hermann, W Chan, M Smolensky, Univ. Texas-Houston Sch. Public Health & Hermann Chronobiology Center, Houston, TX.

PARKINSON’S DISEASE: (Also see ACTIGRAPHY)

“Actigraph Analysis of Diurnal Motor Fluctuations during Dopamine Agonist Therapy”, Soichi Katayama.  EUROPEAN NEUROLOGY 2001;46 (suppl 1):11-17.

“Quantitative Evaluation of Parkinsonian Akinesia Using Actigraphy”, Soichi Katayama, Noritsugu Yokota, Masaaki Fujikane, Koichi Hirata.  NEUROLOGY 50, April 1998, A132, P03.004.

PEDIATRICS: (Also see SLEEP, ACTIGRAPHY, ADHD, POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER, PSYCHIATRY, AUTISM)

“Sleep/Wake Patterns Derived from Activity Monitoring and Maternal Report for Healthy 1- to 5-Year-Old Children”, C Acebo, A Sadeh, R Seifer, O Tzischinsky, A Hafer, MA Carskadon.  SLEEP 2005;28(12): 1568-1577.

“The Effects of Sleep Restriction and Extension on School-Age Children: What a Difference an Hour Makes”, Avi Sadeh, Reut Gruber, Amiram Raviv. CHILD DEVELOPMENT, Mar/Apr.2003, Vol.74, No.2, pp 444-455.

“Is Obesity Associated With Poor Sleep Quality in Adolescents?”, Neeraj K. Gupta, William H. Mueller, Wenyaw Chan, Janet C. Meininger.  AMER. JOURNAL OF HUMAN BIOLOGY 14:762-768 (2002).

“Sleep-wake patterns in preterm infants and 6 month’s home environment: implications for early cognitive development”, Smadar Gertner, Charles W. Greenbaum, Avi Sadeh, Zipora Dolfin, Leah Sirota, Yocheved Ben-Nun.  EARLY HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 68 (2002) 93-102.

“The Laboratory Assessment of Childhood Sleep-Wake Disorders”, Suresh Kotagal, Daniel L. Herold.  AM. J. END TECHNOL. 42:73-95, 2002.

“Sleep, Neurobehavioral Functioning, and Behavior Problems in School-Age Children”, Avi Sadeh, Reut Gruber, Amiram Raviv.  CHILD DEVELOPMENT, March/April 2002, Vol. 73, No. 2, pp 405-417.

“Actigraph Placement and Sleep Estimation in Children”, E Juulia Paavonen, Mika Fjallberg, Maija-Riikka Steenari, Eeva T. Aronen.  SLEEP, Vol. 25, No.2, 2002.

“Sleep and Psychiatric Symptoms in School-Age Children”, Eeva T. Aronen, Juulia Paavonen, Mika Fjallberg, Mika Soininen, Johanna Torronen.  J. AM. ACAD. CHILD ADOLESC. PSYCHIATRY, 39:4, April 2000.

“Sleep Disturbances in Children With Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection”, Linda Sturla Franck, Lora Margherita Johnson, Kathryn Lee, Christine Hepner, Lael Lambert, Mary Passeri, Estrella Manio, Alejandro Berenbaum, Diane Wara.  PEDIATRICS Vol.104, No.5, November 1999, p. e62.

“Estimating Sleep Patterns with Activity Monitoring in Children and Adolescents: How Many Nights Are Necessary for Reliable Measures?” C. Acebo, A. Sadeh, R. Seifer, O. Tzischinsky, A.R. Wolfson, A. Hafer, M.A. Carskadon.  SLEEP, Vol. 22, No. 1, 1999.

“Reliability of Actigraph Measures in Children and Adolescents”, C Acebo, MA Carskadon. (Abstract) SLEEP RESEARCH 26, 1997. 150.

“Sleep of school-age children: objective and subjective measures”, Reut Gruber, Avi Sadeh, Amiram Raviv.  (Abstract) SLEEP RESEARCH 26, 1997. 158.

“Sleep and Melatonin in Infants: A Preliminary Study”, Avi Sadeh.  SLEEP, 20(3), 1997, 185-191.

“Evaluating Night Wakings in Sleep-Disturbed Infants: A Methodological Study of Parental Reports and Actigraphy”, Avi Sadeh.  SLEEP, 19(10), 1996, 757-762.

“Activity-Based Assessment of Sleep-Wake Patterns During the 1st Year of Life”, Avi Sadeh, Christine Acebo, R. Seifer, Semra Aytur, Mary A. Carskadon. INFANT BEHAVIOR AND DEVELOPMENT 18, 329-337 (1995).

“Sleep and Psychological Characteristics of Children on a Psychiatric Inpatient Unit”, A Sadeh, JPD McGuire, H Sachs, R Seifer, A Tremblay, R Civita, RM Hayden.  J. AM. ACAD. CHILD ADOLESC. PSYCHIATRY, 34:6, June 1995, 813-819.

“Assessment of Intervention for Infant Night Waking: Parental Reports and Activity-Based Home Monitoring”, Avi Sadeh. J. CONSULTING AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY, 1994, Vol.62, No.1, 63-68.

“Actigraphic Home Monitoring of the Sleep Patterns of In Vitro Fertilization Children and Their Matched Controls”, Ruth Gershoni-Baruch, Rachel Epstein, Orna Tzischinsky, Peretz Lavie, Joseph M. Brandes.  DEVELOPMENTAL MEDICINE AND CHILD NEUROLOGY, 1994, 36, 639-645.

“Children’s sleep under the threat of attack by ballistic missiles”, by P. Lavie, Y.      Amit, R. Epstein and O. Tzischinsky. J. SLEEP RES. (1993) 2, 34-37.

“Heightened Motor Activity Level in Male Offspring of Substance Abusing Fathers”, HB Moss, TC Blackson, CS Martin, RE Tarter. BIOL.PSYCHIATRY 1992,32:1135-1147.

“Rest-Activity Patterns in Children: The Comparison of Retrospective and Prospective Parental Observations Compared to Objective Clinical Monitoring”, K Andersen, DM Keenan, SH Carson.  ABSTR. No. 382.

“Sleep Quality in children with asthma treated with theophylline or cromolyn sodium”, A Avital, DG Steljes, H Pasterkamp, M Kryger, I Sanchez & V Chernick.  J. PEDIATR. 1991;119:979-84.

“Unit Study to Help Children With Sickle Cell Crisis Pain”, DF Dinges, MEDICAL STAFF NEWS, Inst. Pennsylvania Hospital, Vol. 2 – No. 2, February 1990.

“Prominent Activity Rhythm Disturbances in Hospitalized Children with Affective Illness”, MH Teicher, C Glod, D Harper, E Magnus, C Brasher, K Pahlavan, F Wren.

“Is Activity Data Sufficient For Sleep Staging in Infancy?”, Avi Sadeh, Mary A. Carskadon, Vijaia Appareddi, Thomas F. Anders.  Poster with graphs. (1990).

“Sleep/Wake Patterns In Abused Children”, CA Glod, MH Teicher, T Harakal, C Harman. 

PERIODIC LEG MOVEMENT:

“Sleep-Disordered Breathing and Periodic Limb Movements in Sleep in Older Patients with Schizophrenia”, S Ancoli-Israel, J Martin, DW Jones, M Caligiuri, T Patterson, MJ Harris, DV Jeste.  BIOL. PSYCHIATRY 1999;45:1426-1432.

“High Resolution Actigraphy: A Simple New Method to Detect Periodic Limb Movements in Sleep (PLMS). R. Haberger, P Geisler, F Tracik, HE Klein.  J. SLEEP RES. (1998) 7, Suppl. 2. ABSTR. No. 222.

“Leg actigraphy reliably detects Periodic Limb Movements during sleep”, J Fleming, C Clark, C Wood & C Ramirez.  Univ. Hospital, Vancouver, BC Canada. 1992.

POST-OPERATIVE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SLEEP:

“Randomized clinical trial comparing an oral carbohydrate beverage with placebo before laparoscopic cholecystectomy”, T Bisgaard, VB Kristiansen, NC Hjortso, LS Jacobsen, J Rosenberg, H Kehlet.  BRITISH JOURNAL OF SURGERY 2004;91:151-158.

“Recovery after uncomplicated laparoscopic cholecystectomy”, Thue Bisgaard, Birthe Klarskov, Henrik Kehlet, Jacob Rosenberg.  SURGERY, 2002;132:817-25.

“Computerized Monitoring of Physical Activity and Sleep in Postoperative Abdominal Surgery Patients”,  Thue Bisgaard, Mimi Kjaersgaard, Anne Bernhard, Henrik Kehlet, and Jacob Rosenberg, Hvidovre, Denmark.   J CLIN MONIT 1999;15:1-8.

“Sleep patterns in women after coronary artery bypass surgery”, NS Redeker, DJ Mason, E Wykpisz, B. Glica, Rutgers Univ., Newark, NJ.  ABSTRACT, APPLIED NURSING RESEARCH 1996;9(3):115-22.

“Women’s patterns of activity over 6 months after coronary artery bypass surgery”, NS Redeker, DJ Mason, E Wykpisz, B Glica.  HEART & LUNG, Nov./Dec. 1995;24:502-511.

“First Postoperative Week Activity Patterns and Recovery in Women after Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery”, NS Redeker, DJ Mason, E Wykpisz, B Glica, C Miner, NURSING RESEARCH, May/June 1994, Vol. 43, No. 3.

POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER:

“Increased Nocturnal Activity and Impaired Sleep Maintenance in Abused Children”, CA Glod, MH Teicher, CR Hartman, T Harakal. J. AM. ACAD. CHILD ADOLESC. PSYCHIATRY, 36:9, Sept. 1997.

“Actigraphic Sleep Monitoring in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Patients, Y Dagan, Y Zinger, P Lavie.  J PSYCHOSOMATIC RESEARCH, Vol.42, No. 6, 577-581. 1997.

PSYCHIATRY: (Also see DEPRESSION, POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER)

“Actigraphic estimates of circadian rhythms and sleep/wake in older schizophrenia patients”, J Martin, DV Jeste, MP Caliguiri, T Patterson, R Heaton, S Ancoli-Israel.  SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH 47 (2001) 77-86.

“Locomotor activity monitoring in patients with neuroleptic induced akathisia”, M Poyurovsky, R Jave, R Epstien, O Tzischinsky, P Lavie.  8th Int’l. Rappaport Symposium, Israel Sleep Research Society 9-13 March, 1997.

“Circadian Rest-Activity Disturbances in Children With Seasonal Affective Disorder”, C Glod, M Teicher, A Polcari, C McGreenery, Y Ito.  J. AM. ACAD. CHILD ADOLESC. PSYCHIATRY, 36:2, February 1997:188-195.

“Case Study: Sleep and Aggressive Behavior in a Blind, Retarded Adolescent.  A Concomitant Schedule Disorder?”, Avi Sadeh, Margaret Klitzke, Thomas F. Anders, Christine Acebo.  J. AM. ACAD. CHILD ADOLESC. PSYCHIATRY, 34:6, June 1995, 820-824.

“Actigraphy and Motion Analysis: New Tools for Psychiatry”, MH Teicher.  HARVARD REV. PSYCHIATRY 1995;3:18-35.

“Altered Locomotor Activity in Neuropsychiatric Patients”, MH Teicher, JM Lawrence, NI Barber, SP Finklestein, H Lieberman, RJ Baldessarini.  PROG. NEURO-PSYCHOPHARMACOL. & BIOL. PSYCHIAT. 1986, Vol. 10, 755-761.

PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY & ACTIGRAPHY:

“Actigraphy in human psychopharmacology: A Review”, Neil Stanley, HUMAN PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY CLIN.EXP. 2003; 18: 39-49.

“Actigraphy in Psychopharmacology”, Neil Stanley, Univ. Surrey, UK.  HUMAN PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY, Vol. 6. 1997.

“The measurement of daytime sedation using actigraphs”, J Stanley & I Hindmarch, Univ. of Surrey, UK.

“Quantitative Assessment of Psychomotor Activity in Patients with Neuroleptic-Induced Akathisia”, G Gardos, MH Teicher, JF Lipinski, Jr., JD Matthews, L. Morrison, C Conley, JO Cole.  PROG. NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOL. & BIOL. PSYCHIAT. 1992, Vol. 16, pp. 27-37.

PULMONARY DISEASE & ACTIVITY MONITORING:

“Objective Daily Physical Activity Monitoring in Patients With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease”, PL Fort, JH Westerman, Wilford Hall Med. Ctr., San Antonio, TX.   ACCP 95. Poster No. 291.

"Wrist actigraphy validation of exercise movement in COPD", Bauldoff GS, The Ohio State University College of Nursing, USA., Ryan-Wenger NA, Diaz PT. West J Nurs Res. 2007 Nov;29(7):789-802. Epub 2007 Jul 17.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17636244

REST-ACTIVITY PATTERNS:  (Sailors)

“Application of Actigraphs for Detection of Rest-Activity Patterns in Competitive Solo Sailors”, Claudio Stampi, Roger Broughton.  ABSTRACT 379.

SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER (S.A.D.)

“Circadian Rest-Activity Disturbances in Seasonal Affective Disorder”, Martin H. Teicher, Carol A. Glod, Eleanor Magnus, David Harper, Gregory Benson, Kathryn Krueger, Cynthia E. McGreenery.  ARCH GEN PSYCHIATRY/Vol.54, Feb. 1997, pp.124-130.

SHIFT WORK:  (See also PERFORMANCE, ALERTNESS, PVT-192, SLEEP)

“Daily Negative Mood and Burnout Development in Israeli Residents”, O. Tzischinsky, R. Epstein, P. Lavie, D. Zohar.  Abstract, XVth International Symposium on Night and Shiftwork, Sept. 10-13, 2001.

“Two-Year Follow-Up of Sleep-Wake Cycles of Israeli Residents Working Extended Shifts”, R. Epstein, O. Tzichinsky, P. Herer, D. Zohar, P. Lavie.  Abstract, XVth International Symposium on Night and Shiftwork, Sept. 10-13, 2001.

“Actigraphic Study of Adapting and Non-Adapting Shift Workers”, R Epstein, O Tzischinsky, M Chillaq, G Barak, J Zomer, P Lavie.

“Intermittent bright light and exercise to entrain human circadian rhythms to night work”, Erin K. Baehr, Louis F. Fogg, and Charmane I. Eastman.  AM. J. PHYSIOL. 277 (Regulatory Integrative Comp. Physiol. 46): R1598-R1604, 1999.

“Rotating Shiftwork Schedules: Can We Enhance Physician Adaptation to Night Shifts?”, R Smith-Coggins, MR Rosekind, KR Buccino, DF Dinges, RP Moser.  ACAD.EMERG.MED. 1997;4:951-961.

SLEEP: (SLEEP APNEA) (Also See Actigraphy)

“The Use of Miniature, Wireless Data Recorders to Study Ankle and Ambient Temperatures as a Means of Enhancing Actigraphic Sleep Onset Assessment in Humans” Technical Note, TJ Kazlausky, DE Sewitch, W Gruen, M Godwin.  SLEEP, Vol.26, Abstract Supplement, May 15, 2003, 0978.R.

“Actigraphy assessment of sleep disturbance in patients with atopic dermatitis: An objective life quality measure”.  Bender BG, Leung SB, Leung DY.  ABST. J ALLERGY CLIN. IMMUNOL. 2003;111(3):598-602.

“Sleep fragmentation and awakening during development – Insights from actigraphic studies”, Avi Sadeh.  ADVANCES IN CONSCIOUSNESS RESEARCH, Vol. 38, 2002.

“Actigraphically Recorded Recovery Sleep Following Modafinil Versus Caffeine”, N. Wesensten, G. Belenky, T. Balkin. (Abstract) 16th CONGRESS OF THE EUROPEAN SLEEP RESEARCH SOCIETY, Reykjavik, June 3-7, 2002.

“The role of actigraphy in sleep medicine”, Avi Sadeh, Christine Acebo.  SLEEP MEDICINE REVIEWS, Vol.6, No.2, pp 113-124. 2002.

“Sleep, performance, circadian rhythms, and light-dark cycles during two space shuttle flights”, Derk-Jan Dijk, David F. Neri, James K. Wyatt, Joseph M. Ronda, Eymard Riel, Angela Ritz-De Cecco, Rod J. Hughes, Ann R. Elliott, G. Kim Prisk, John B. West, Charles A. Czeisler.  AM. J. PHYSIOL. REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE COMP. PHYSIOL. 281: R1647-R1664, 2001.

“The Exercise-Sleep Mystery”, Shawn D. Youngstedt.  INT. J. SPORT PSYCHOL., 2000; 30:241-255.

“Sleep and Quality of Well-Being”, by Girardin Jean-Louis, Daniel F. Kripke, and Sonia Ancoli-Israel. SLEEP, Vol.23, No.8, 2000.

 “Effects of Sleep Loss on Waking Actigraphy”, by Timothy Roehrs, Lauren Turner and Thomas Roth.  SLEEP, Vol.23, No.6, 2000.pp.793-797.

“Experience Hors du Temps – 2000 (Activity and Sleep Data: Bernard Laplaud)”, Report on French study by Michel Siffre and Bernard Laplaud in Clamouse Cave, France.

“Comparison between subjective and actigraphic measurement of sleep and sleep rhythms”, by Steven W. Lockley, Debra J. Skene, and Josephine Arendt. J. SLEEP RES. (1999), 8.

“Sleep-Wake Patterns Among Postmenopausal Women: A 24-Hour Unattended Polysomnographic Study”, by Girardin Jean-Louis, Daniel F. Kripke, Joseph D. Assmus, and Robert D. Langer.  J. GERONTOLOGY, MEDICAL SCIENCES, 2000, Vol. 55A, No.3, M120-M123.

“EEG and ocular correlates of circadian melatonin phase and human performance decrements during sleep loss”, Christian Cajochen, Sat Bir S. Khalsa, James K. Wyatt, Charles Czeisler, and Derk-Jan Dijk.  AM. J. PHYSIOL. 277 (Regulatory Integrative Comp. Physiol. 46): R640-R649, 1999.

“Sleep Patterns of Sheltered Battered Women”, JC Humphreys, KA Lee, TC Neylan, CR Marmar.  IMAGE: J. NURSING SCHOLARSHIP, 1999; 31:2, 139-143.

“Eastward long distance flights, sleep and wake patterns in air crews in connection with a two-day layover”, A Lowden, T Akerstedt.  J. SLEEP RESEARCH 1999;8(1):15-24.

“The Statistical Distribution of Wrist Movements during Sleep”, V Gimeno, T Sagales, L Miguel, M Ballarin.  NEUROPSYCHOBIOLOGY 1998;38:108-112. 

“A Comparison of Sleep Detection by Wrist Actigraphy, Behavioral Response, and Polysomnography”, ML Blood, RL Sack, DC Percy, JC Pen.  SLEEP, 20(6):388-395.

“Sleep Quantity and Quality of Augmented Long-Haul Flight Crews In On-Board Crew Rest Facilities”, MR Rosekind, KB Gregory, DL Miller, RL Oyung, DF Neri, DF Dinges.  SLEEP RESEARCH 26, 1997, Abstract, 41.

“Diagnostic Testing – Sleep Disorders”, Mark W. Mahowald.  DIAGNOSTIC TESTING IN NEUROLOGY, NEUROLOGIC CLINICS, Vol.14, No.1, Feb.1996. pp 183-200.

“A Case of Extremely Long Sleep and Waking Episodes”, WB Webb, DLB Rivera.  SLEEP, 17(7);646-649. 1994.

“Automatic Sleep/Wake Identification From Wrist Activity” – Technical Note”, RJ Cole, DF Kripke, W Gruen, DJ Mullaney, JC Gillin.  SLEEP, 15(5):461-469. 1992.

“The Effects of Sleep Restriction In Normal Adolescents”, RE Dahl, MK Matty, B Nelson, M Al-Shabbout, ND Ryan.  ABSTR. Sleep Research 21, 1992. No. 117.

“Actigraphy and Subjective Sleep Quality”, G Kecklund, T Akerstedt, K Sigurdson.  ABSTR. SLEEP RESEARCH 20a, 1991, No. 49.

“Actigraphically based automatic bedtime sleep-wake scoring: Validity and clinical applications”, A Sadeh, J Alster, D Urbach, P Lavie.  J. AMBULATORY MONITORING, 1989, Vol. 2, 209-216.

“Ultrashort Sleep/Wake Schedule: Detection of Sleep State Through Wrist Actigraph Measures”, C Stampi, R Broughton.  ABSTRACT  Sleep Research, p.100.

“Wrist Actigraphic Assessment of Sleep”, John Stradling, Anthony Warley and Ann Sharpley.  1981. 

“Wrist Actigraphic Estimation of Sleep Time – Short Report”, DJ Mullaney, DF Kripke, S Messin, SLEEP, 3(1):83-92. 1980.

SLEEP and HIGH ALTITUDE:

“Descending 1100 Meters From the Base Camp of Everest Improved Sleep Before Summit Attempt”, TT Postolache, RN Rosenthal, TF Elsmore. (Abstract) SLEEP RESEARCH 26, 1997.

“Actigraphic case study: quantification of sleep disturbances during a Himalayan expedition”, M Garcia de Leon, JM Lopez Agreda, T Kazlausky.  J AMBULATORY MONITORING, 1994, Vol.7, No.1, 53-60.

SLEEP IN SPACE: (ASTRONAUTS)

“Sleep, performance, circadian rhythms, and light-dark cycles during two space shuttle flights”, Derk-Jan Dijk, David F. Neri, James K. Wyatt, Joseph M. Ronda, Eymard Riel, Angela Ritz-De Cecco, Rod J. Hughes, Ann R. Elliott, G.Kim Prisk, John B. West, Charles A. Czeisler.  AM. J. PHYSIOL. REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE COMP. PHYSIOL. 281: R1647-R1664, 2001.

SLEEP DISORDERED BREATHING:

“Relationship of Actigraphy to Simultaneous NPSG in the Detection of Arousals”, JR Conaway, R Zozula, I Ayappa, RG Norman, JA Walsleben, DM Rapoport, NYU Med. Ctr., & Rt. Wood Johnson Med Sch., Piscataway, NJ. 1998.

“Actigraphy and Sleep Disordered Breathing in the Sleep Heart Health Study (SHHS), J Conaway, R Zozula, J Schwartz, JA Henderson, I Ayappa, RG Norman, JA Walsleben, J Mehta, P Spiro, T Pickering, DM Rapoport,  NYU Med. Ctr., New York, NY.

“Activity-Based Detection of Induced Respiratory Disturbances in Sleep”, Avi Sadeh, RP Millman, JK Wyatt, MA Carskadon.  SLEEP RESEARCH 21, 1992. Abstr.#112.

SLEEPINESS:

“Sleepiness and performance during three-day administration of cetirizine or diphenhydramine”, Paula K. Schweitzer, Mark J. Muehlbach, James K. Walsh. J. ALLERGY CLIN. IMMUNOL. 1994;94:716-24.

SPORTS MEDICINE: (Also See PVT)

“Sports Chronobiology Consultation: From the Lab to the Arena”, TT Postolache, TM Hung, RN Rosenthal, JJ Soriano, F Montes, JW Stiller.  CLIN. SPORTS MED. 24 (2005), pp.415-456.

TREMOR:  (Tele-ACTIGRAPH)

“Human Tremor Analysis Using Particle Swarm Optimization”, RC Eberhart, X Hu, IEEE INTL.CONF. EVOLUTIONARY COMPUTATION, Washington, DC, July 1999.

“Tremor Quantification Using Digital Actigraphy”, RC Eberhart.  IEEE EMBS Annual Intl. Conf., Atlanta, GA Oct. 1999.

 ACTILLUME:

“Phase-Dependent Treatment of Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome with Melatonin”, K Mundey, S Benloucif, K Harsanyi, ML Dubocovich, PC Zee.  SLEEP, Vol.28, No.10, 2005, pp.1271-1278.

“Circadian Phase in Adults of Contrasting Ages”, DF Kripke, SD Youngstedt, JA Elliott, A Tuunainen, KM Rex, RL Hauger, MR Marler.  CHRONOBIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL, 22(4): 695-709, 2005.

“Circadian phase-shifting effects of a laboratory environment: a clinical trial with bright and dim light”, SD Youngstedt, DF Kripke, JA Elliott, KM Rex.  JOURNAL OF CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS, 3:11, 2005.

“Increased Light Exposure Consolidates Sleep and Strengthens Circadian Rhythms in Severe Alzheimer’s Disease Patients”, Sonia Ancoli-Israel, Philip Gehrman, Jennifer L. Martin, Tamar Shochat, Matthey Marler, Jody Corey-Bloom, Leah Levi.  BEHAVIORAL SLEEP MEDICINE, 1(1), 2003, pp.22-36.

“Brighten Your Life”, Daniel F. Kripke with the assistance of Beverly Trainer, Worldwide Web Book, 2003.  pp.1-35.

“Effect of Light Treatment on Sleep and Circadian Rhythms in Demented Nursing Home Patients”, Sonia Ancoli-Israel, Jennifer L. Martin, Daniel F. Kripke, Matthew Marler, Melville R. Klauber. J. AMER. GERIATR. SOC. 50:282-289, 2002.

“Bright-Light Mask Treatment of Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome”, Roger J. Cole, Julian S. Smith, Yvonne C. Alcala, Jeffrey A. Elliott, Daniel F. Kripke.  J. OF BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS, Vol. 17 No. 1, February 2002, 89-101.

“Self Regulation of Body Temperature and Sleep Onset Latency”, Joseph De Koninck, Jean Grenier, Michele Castonguay, Genevieve Forest, Anik Gosselin, Paul G. Swingle, (Abstract), 16th CONGRESS OF THE EUROPEAN SLEEP RESEARCH SOCIETY, (2002) Reykjavik.

“Profile of 24-h Light Exposure and Circadian Phase of Melatonin Secretion in Night Workers”, Marie Dumont, Dalila Benhaberou-Brun, Jean Paquet.  J. OF BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS, Vol.16 No. 5, October 2001, 502-511.

“Circadian phase-delaying effects of bright light alone and combined with exercise in humans”, SD Youngstedt, DF Kripke, JA Elliott.  AM.J. PHYSIOL. REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE COMP. PHYSIOL. 282: R259-R266, 2002. First published Sept.21, 2001.

“Sleep detection with an accelerometer actigraph: comparisons with polysomnography”, Girardin Jean-Louis, Daniel F. Kripke, Roger J. Cole, Joseph D. Assmus, Robert D. Langer, PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR 72 (2001) 21-28.

“Actigraphic estimates of circadian rhythms and sleep/wake in older schizophrenia patients”, by Jennifer Martin, Dilip V. Jeste, Michael P. Caliguiri, Thomas Patterson, Robert Heaton, Sonia Ancoli-Israel.  SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH 47 (2001) 77-86.

“Circadian abnormalities in older adults”, SD Youngstedt, DF Kripke, JA
Elliott, MR Klauber.  J. PINEAL RES. 2001;31:264-272.

“Circadian sleep, illumination, and activity patterns in women: influences of aging and time reference”, by Girardin Jean-Louis, Daniel F. Kripke, Sonia Ancoli-Israel, Melville R. Klauber, Raul S. Sepulveda, Mary-Anne Mowen, Joseph D. Assmus, Robert D. Langer.  PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR 68 (2000) pp.347-352.

“Sleep-Wake Patterns Among Postmenopausal Women: A 24-Hour Unattended Polysomnographic Study”, Girardin Jean-Louis, Daniel F. Kripke, Joseph D. Assmus, and Robert D. Langer.  JOURNAL OF GERONTOLOGY, Medical Sciences, 2000, Vol.55A, No.3, M120-123.

“Maintenance of Alertness and Performance by a Brief Nap After Lunch Under Prior Sleep Deficit”, by Masaya Takahashi and Heihachiro Arito.  SLEEP, Vol.23, No.6, 2000. Pp 813-819.

“Sleep Duration, Illumination, and Activity Patterns in a Population Sample: Effects of Gender and Ethnicity”, Girardin Jean-Louis, Daniel F. Kripke, Sonia Ancoli-Israel, Melville R. Klauber, Raul S. Sepulveda.  BIOL. PSYCHIATRY 2000,47:921-927.

“Hourly profiles of sleep and wakefulness in severely versus mild-moderately demented nursing home patients”, R. Pat-Horenczyk, M.R. Klauber, T. Shochat, S. Ancoli-Israel.  AGING CLIN. EXP. RES. 10:308-315, 1998.

“A Comparison of Sleep Detection by Wrist Actigraphy, Behavioral Response, and Polysomnography”, ML Blood, RL Sack, DC Percy, JC Pen.  SLEEP, 20(6):388-395. 1997.

“Light exposure, sleep and delayed sleep phase in middle-school adolescents”, Sarah L. Israel and Sonia Ancoli-Israel. (Abstract) SLEEP RESEARCH 26, 1997, 159.

“Actigraphically Measured Sleep Durations in Post-Menopausal Women”, ABSTRACT, JD Assmus, TS Oprendek, DF Kripke.  SLEEP RESEARCH 26, 1997, 223.

“Prevalence of Sleep-Disordered Breathing in Ages 40-64 Years: A Population-Based Survey”, DF Kripke, S Ancoli-Israel, MR Klauber, DL Wingard, WJ Mason, DJ Mullaney.  SLEEP, 20(1):65-76, 1997.

“Objective Monitoring of Physical Activity Using Motion Sensors and Heart Rate”, Patty S. Freedson and Kelly Miller, RESEARCH QUARTERLY FOR EXERCISE AND SPORT, Vol. 71, No.2, pp21-29.

“An activity monitor study on the sleep-wake rhythm of healthy aged people residing in their homes”, Naoko Sakurai and Mitsuo Sasaki.  JAPANESE SOCIETY OF SLEEP RESEARCH. Light and Sleep, p 253.

“Leukocytosis and Natural Killer Cell Function Parallel Neurobehavioral Fatigue Induced by 64 Hours of Sleep Deprivation”, DF Dinges, SD Douglas, L Zaugg, DE Campbell, JM McMann, WG Whitehouse, EC Orne, SC Kapoor, E Icaza, MT Orne.  J. CLIN. INVEST. 1994, 93:1930-1939.

“Adult Illumination Exposures and Some Correlations with Symptoms”, DF Kripke, S Juarez, RJ Cole, S Ancoli-Israel, PJ Hauri, JA Wisbey, MR Klauber, WJ Mason, W Gruen.  EVOLUTION OF CIRCADIAN CLOCK, 5th Sapporo Symposium on Biological Rhythm, August 25-28, 1993, pp 349-360.

INDUCTOTRACE: (See also SLEEP APNEA and ELDERLY):

“Automated, real-time calibration of the respiratory inductance plethysmograph and its application in newborn infants”, Ephraim Bar-Yishay, Alexander Putilov, Shmuel Einav.  PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT 24 (2003) 149-163.

“Behavior and Neurocognitive Performance in Children Aged 5-10 Years Who Snore Compared to Controls”, Sarah Blunden, Kurt Lushington, Declan Kennedy, James Martin, Drew Dawson.  J. CLINICAL & EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY 2000, Vol.22, No.5, pp.554-568.

“Sleep Apnea and Health-Related Quality of Life in African-American Elderly” by Carl Stepnowsky, Sherella Johnson, Joel Dimsdale, Sonia Ancoli-Israel.  ANN. BEHAV. MED. 2000, 22(2):116-120.

“Changes in Cognitive Function Associated with Sleep Disordered Breathing in Older People”, Mairav Cohen-Zion, Carl Stepnowsky, Marler, Tamar Shochat, Daniel F. Kripke, & Sonia Ancoli-Israel. J. AM. GERIATR.SOC. 49:1622-1627, 2001.

“Respiratory and body movements as indicators of sleep stage and wakefulness in infants and young children”, Turkka Kirjavainen, David Cooper, Olli Polo, Colin E. Sullivan.  J. SLEEP RES. (1996) 5, 186-194.

“Upper Airway Muscle Activity During REM and Non-REM Sleep of Patients With Obstructive Apnea”, S Okabe, W Hida, Y Kikuchi, O Taguchi, T Takishima, K Shirato.  CHEST 106/3/Sept. 1994. 767-73.

“Effect of Sleep on Respiratory Muscle Activity during Mechanical Ventilation”, Peggy M Simon, Jerome A Dempsey, Diane M Landry, James B Skatrud.  AM.REV.RESPIR.DIS., Vol.147, pp 32-37, 1993.

“The importance of nasal resistance in obstructive sleep apnea syndrome”, P. Kerr, T. Millar, P. Buckle, M. Kryger.  THE JOURNAL OF OTOLARYNGOLOGY 21:3,1992. pp 189-195.

“Effects of selective sleep deprivation on ventilation during recovery sleep in normal humans”, JB Neilly, NB Kribbs, G Maislin, AI Pack.  J. APPL. PHYSIOL. 72(1): 100-109, 1992.

“Computerized Detection of Respiratory Events during Sleep from Rapid Increases in Oxyhemoglobin Saturation”, H. Rauscher, W. Popp, H. Zwick.  LUNG (1991) 169:335-342.

“Acceptance of CPAP Therapy for Sleep Apnea”, H Rauscher, W Popp, T Wanke, H Zwick.  CHEST 1991; 100:1019-23.

PVT-192 PSYCHOMOTOR VIGILANCE TASK MONITOR (REACTION TIME):

“Effects of modafinil on sustained attention performance and quality of life in OSA patients with residual sleepiness while being treated with nCPAP”, DF Dinges, TE Weaver.  SLEEP MEDICINE 4 (2003) pp. 393-402.

“The Neural Basis of the Psychomotor Vigilance Task”, SPA Drummond, A Bischoff-Grethe, DF Dinges, L Ayalon, SC Mednick, MJ Meloy.  SLEEP, Vol.28, No.9, pp.1059-1068, 2005.

“Sleepiness on the Night Shift in Shift Work Sleep Disorder”, JK Walsh, R Hughes, C Czeisler, DF Dinges, G Niebler, T Roth.  Poster.  Research supported by Cephalo, Inc., West Chester, PA.

“Steady Car Engine Noise Does not Affect the Cognitive Abilities of Sleep Apnea Syndrome Patients”, LR Mayoralas, F Barbe, A Munoz, AG Agusti.  ARCHIVOS DE BRONCONEUMOLOGIA 39(9):405-8 (2003). Abstract.

“The Role of Prescribed Napping in Sleep Medicine” Clinical Review, Takahashi Masaya.  SLEEP MEDICINE REVIEWS, Vol.7, No.3, 2003. Pp 227-235.

“Sustained Attention Performance During Sleep Deprivation: Evidence of State Instability”, by S.M. Doran, H.P.A. Van Dongen, and D.F. Dinges.  ARCHIVES ITALIENNES DE BIOLOGIE, 139:253-267, 2001.

“Effects of Sleep Schedules on Commercial Motor Vehicle Driver Performance – Part 2”, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, FEDERAL MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY ADMINISTRATION, September 2000.

“A Comparative Model: Reaction Time Performance in Sleep-Disordered Breathing Versus Alcohol-Impaired Controls”, by N.B. Powell, R.W. Riley, K.B. Schechtman, M.B. Blumen, D.F. Dinges, C. Guilleminault. THE LARYNGOSCOPE, 109, October 1999.

“Dose-response Relationship Between Sleep Duration and Human Psychomotor Vigilance and Subjective Alertness”, M.E.Jewett, D-J. Dijk, R.E. Kronauer, D.F. Dinges, SLEEP, Vol.22, No. 2, 1999.

“Cumulative Sleepiness, Mood Disturbance, and Psychomotor Vigilance Performance Decrements During a Week of Sleep Restricted to 4-5 Hours per Night”, D.F. Dinges, F. Pack, K. Williams, K. Gillen, J.W. Powell, G.E. Ott, C. Aptowicz and A.I. Pack.  SLEEP, 20(4):267-277. 1997.

“Sleep quantity and quality of augmented long-haul flight crews in on-board crew rest facilities”, M.R. Rosekind, K.B. Gregory, D.L. Miller, R.L. Oyung, D.F. Neri and D.F. Dinges.  SLEEP RESEARCH 26, 1997, Abstract, 41.

“Rotating Shiftwork Schedules: Can We Enhance Physician Adaptation to Night Shifts?” R. Smith-Coggins, M.R. Rosekind, K.R. Buccino, D.F. Dinges, R.P. Moser.  ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 1997, 4:951-961.

“Reduced Psychomotor Vigilance in Anesthesia Residents After 24-Hr. Call”, R. Geer, D. Jobes, J. Gilfor, K. Traber, D. Dinges. ANESTHESIOLOGY, V83, No.3A, Sept.1995. ASA Abstract – A1008.

“Sleep deprivation and human immune function”, D.F. Dinges, S.D. Douglas, S. Hamarman, L. Zaugg, and S. Kapoor.  ADVANCES IN NEUROIMMUNOLOGY, Vol.5, pp. 97-110. 1995.

“Leukocytosis and Natural Killer Cell Function Parallel Neurobehavioral Fatigue Induced by 64 Hours of Sleep Deprivation”, D.F. Dinges, S.D. Douglas, L. Zaugg, D.E. Campbell, J.M. McMann, W.G. Whitehouse, E.C. Orne, S.C. Kapoor, E. Icaza, and M.T. Orne.  J. CLIN. INVEST. 1994,93:1930-1939.