MotionWare Activity Analysis

Actigraphy for Physical Activity Monitoring  Accelerometers are becoming increasingly widely adopted as a means for measuring sedentary lifestyle, physical activity and behavioural patterns due to the unobtrusive nature of the devices. The MotionWatch system...

Circadian Rhythm Analysis

Actigraphy has long been regarded as valued method for examining the temporal aspects of sleep behaviour. Due to it’s inherent unobtrusiveness, the MotionWatch 8 can be worn continuously for up to 90 days hence capturing long-term activity-rest patterns.

MotionWare Software

Advanced Actigraphy Software Tools  MotionWare is software that allows for the set-up, download and analysis of data captured with the MotionWatch 8 or MotionWatch Rugged.  Accelerometer data captured with the PRO-Diary may also be analysed with the MotionWare...

PLMS Software

Actigraphy for Periodic Limb Movements in Sleep  Periodic Limb Movements in Sleep (PLMS) as well as being a sleep disorder in its own right is also a manifestation of Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) and can be a symptom either of Parkinson’s disease and other...

MotionWatch 8

Tri-axial Actigraphy for the monitoring of sleep, circadian rhythm and physical activity. Trusted by clinical and research professionals, the MotionWatch 8 is a leading actigraphy solution for convenient long-term behavioural monitoring.

MotionWatch Rugged

Tri-axial Actigraphy for the monitoring of sleep, circadian stability and physical activity. The MotionWatch-R utilises a unique all-metal casing to withstand the harshest of environments such as Military or Veterinary use.

PLMS Software

  Periodic Limb Movements in Sleep (PLMS) as well as being a sleep disorder in its own right is also a manifestation of Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) and can be a symptom either of Parkinson’s disease and other disorders of the central nervous system or can even be the...

MotionWare Sleep Analysis

Advanced Actigraphy Software Tools  Actigraphy is a well-established method for monitoring of sleep quality and circadian stability. The Motionwatch has been used in cutting edge research for many years and our Research Library provides a comprehensive list of...

MotionWatch Bibliography

MotionWatch Bibliography

The bibliography contains references for published papers, abstracts and articles in which the use of the MotionWatch system has been reported.

2019


 

Roveda, E., Bruno, E., Galasso, L., Mulè, A., Castelli, L., Villarini, A., Caumo, A., Esposito, F., Montaruli, A. and Pasanisi, P., 2019.

Rest-activity circadian rhythm in breast cancer survivors at 5 years after the primary diagnosis.

Chronobiology international, pp.1-10.


 

de Zeeuw, J., Papakonstantinou, A., Nowozin, C., Stotz, S., Zaleska, M., Hädel, S., Bes, F., Münch, M. and Kunz, D., 2019.

Living in Biological Darkness: Objective Sleepiness and the Pupillary Light Responses Are Affected by Different Metameric Lighting Conditions during Daytime

Journal of biological rhythms, p.0748730419847845.


 

Riethmeister, V., Matthews, R.W., Dawson, D., de Boer, M.R., Brouwer, S. and Bültmann, U., 2019.

Time-of-day and days-on-shift predict increased fatigue over two-week offshore day-shifts

Applied Ergonomics78, pp.157-163.


 

Domagalik, A., Oginska, H., Beldzik, E., Fafrowicz, M. and Marek, T., 2019.

Long-term reduction of short wavelength light affects sustained attention and visuospatial working memory

bioRxiv, p.581314.


 

Fafrowicz, M., Bohaterewicz, B., Ceglarek, A., Cichocka, M., Lewandowska, K., Sikora-Wachowicz, B., Oginska, H., Beres, A., Olszewska, J. and Marek, T., 2019.

Beyond the low frequency fluctuations morning and evening differences in human brain.


 

Stenveld, F., Bosman, S., van Munster, B.C., Beishuizen, S.J., Hempenius, L., van der Velde, N., Smidt, N. and de Rooij, S.E., 2019.

Melatonin, temazepam and placebo in hospitalised older patients with sleeping problems (MATCH): a study protocol of randomised controlled trial.

BMJ open9(5), p.e025514.


 

Souza, R.T., Cecatti, J.G., Mayrink, J., Galvão, R.B., Costa, M.L., Feitosa, F., Rocha Filho, E., Leite, D.F., Vettorazzi, J., Tedesco, R.P. and Santana, D.S., 2019.

Identification of earlier predictors of pregnancy complications through wearable technologies in a Brazilian multicentre cohort: Maternal Actigraphy Exploratory Study I (MAES-I) study protocol

BMJ open9(4), p.e023101.


 

19001: Resnick, B., Galik, E., Boltz, M., Vigne, E., Holmes, S., Fix, S., Zhu, S. and Lewis, R., 2019.

Testing of the Function Focused Environment Assessment and the Function Focused Policy Assessment in Assisted Living.

Journal of Housing For the Elderly33(2), pp.153-172.


 

19002: Samson, D.R., Vining, A. and Nunn, C.L., 2019.

Sleep influences cognitive performance in lemurs.

Animal cognition, pp.1-10.


 

19003: Hakim, O., Bello, O., Bonadonna, R.C., Mohandas, C., ShojeeMoradie, F., Jackson, N., Boselli, L., Whitcher, B., Shuaib, H., Alberti, K.G.M. and Peacock, J.L., 2019.

Ethnic differences in intrahepatic lipid and its association with hepatic insulin sensitivity and insulin clearance between men of Black and White ethnicity with early type 2 diabetes.

Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism.


 

19004: Livingston, G., Barber, J.A., Kinnunen, K.M., Webster, L., Kyle, S.D., Cooper, C., Espie, C.A., Hallam, B., Horsley, R., Pickett, J. and Rapaport, P., 2019.

DREAMS-START (Dementia RElAted Manual for Sleep; STrAtegies for RelaTives) for people with dementia and sleep disturbances: a single-blind feasibility and acceptability randomized controlled trial

International psychogeriatrics31(2), pp.251-265.


 

19005: Yamanaka, Y., Motoshima, H. and Uchida, K., 2019.

Hypothalamic‐pituitary‐adrenal axis differentially responses to morning and evening psychological stress in healthy subjects.

Neuropsychopharmacology reports39(1), pp.41-47.


 

19006: André, C., Tomadesso, C., De Flores, R., Branger, P., Rehel, S., Mézenge, F., Landeau, B., De La Sayette, V., Eustache, F., Chételat, G. and Rauchs, G., 2019.

Brain and cognitive correlates of sleep fragmentation in elderly subjects with and without cognitive deficits. 

Alzheimer’s & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease Monitoring11, pp.142-150.


 

19007: Leduc, C., Jones, B., Robineau, J., Piscione, J. and Lacome, M., 2019.

Sleep Quality and Quantity of International Rugby Sevens Players During Pre-season.

Journal of strength and conditioning research.


 

19008: Bernardi, G., Betta, M., Cataldi, J., Leo, A., Haba-Rubio, J., Heinzer, R., Cirelli, C., Tononi, G., Pietrini, P., Ricciardi, E. and Siclari, F., 2019.

Visual imagery and visual perception induce similar changes in occipital slow waves of sleep.

bioRxiv, p.532317.


 

19009: Resnick, B., Galik, E., Boltz, M., Vigne, E., Holmes, S., Fix, S. and Zhu, S., 2019.

The impact of physical activity and function on falls in assisted living residents.

Journal of aging and physical activity, pp.1-25.


 

19010: Bobenko, A., Schoenrath, F., Knierim, J.H., Friede, T., Verheyen, N., Mehra, M.R., Haykowsky, M., HerrmannLingen, C., Duvinage, A., PieskeKraigher, E. and Halle, M., 2019.

Exercise training in patients with a left ventricular assist device (Ex‐VAD): rationale and design of a multicentre, prospective, assessor‐blinded, randomized, controlled trial.

European Journal of Heart Failure.


 

19011: Martin-Fairey, C.A., Zhao, P., Wan, L., Roenneberg, T., Fay, J., Ma, X., McCarthy, R., Jungheim, E.S., England, S.K. and Herzog, E.D., 2019.

Pregnancy Induces an Earlier Chronotype in Both Mice and Women.

Journal of biological rhythms, p.0748730419844650.


 

19012: Gieselmann, A. and Pietrowsky, R., 2019.

The effects of brief chat-based and face-to-face psychotherapy for insomnia: A randomized waiting list controlled trial.

Sleep Medicine.


 

19013: Holding, B.C., Sundelin, T., Lekander, M. and Axelsson, J., 2019.

Sleep deprivation and its effects on communication during individual and collaborative tasks.

Scientific reports9(1), p.3131.


 

19014: Averill, I.R., Beaglehole, B., Douglas, K.M., Jordan, J., Crowe, M.T., Inder, M., Lacey, C.J., Frampton, C.M., Bowie, C.R. and Porter, R.J., 2019.

Activation therapy for the treatment of inpatients with depression–protocol for a randomised control trial compared to treatment as usual.

BMC psychiatry19(1), p.52.


 

19015: Sanz, L. and Lejeune, N., 2019.

Treating disorders of consciousness with apomorphine: protocol for a double-blind randomized controlled trial using multimodal assessments.

Frontiers in Neurology10(248).


 

19016: Falck, R.S., Best, J.R., Davis, J.C., Eng, J.J., Middleton, L.E., Hall, P.A. and Liu-Ambrose, T., 2019.

Sleep and cognitive function in chronic stroke: a comparative cross-sectional study.

Sleep.



 

2018

18001: Roveda, E., Montaruli, A., Galasso, L., Pesenti, C., Bruno, E., Pasanisi, P., Cortellini, M., Rampichini, S., Erzegovesi, S., Caumo, A. and Esposito, F., 2018. Rest-activity circadian rhythm and sleep quality in patients with binge eating disorder. Chronobiology international35(2), pp.198-207.

 

18002: Ogińska, H. and Domagalik, A., Daytime sleepiness, salivary cortisol and melatonin levels during four-week blue light blockade. Do we adapt?.

 

18003: Resnick, B., Galik, E., Boltz, M., Vigne, E., Holmes, S., Fix, S. and Zhu, S., 2018. Physical Activity and Function in Assisted Living Residents. Western journal of nursing research40(12), pp.1734-1748.

 

18004: Shi, X., Sun, X., Yao, Z., Yuan, Y., Wu, J. and Clow, A., 2018. The cortisol awakening response predicts response inhibition in the afternoon of the same day.  Psychoneuroendocrinology89, pp.23-29.

 

18005: Resnick, B., Galik, E., Boltz, M., Holmes, S., Fix, S., Vigne, E., Zhu, S. and Lewis, R., 2018. Polypharmacy in assisted living and impact on clinical outcomes.The Consultant Pharmacist®33(6), pp.321-330.

 

18006: Zerbini, G., Kantermann, T. and Merrow, M., 2018. Strategies to decrease social jetlag: Reducing evening blue light advances sleep and melatonin. European Journal of Neuroscience.

 

18007: Boltz, M. and Chakravarthy, A., 2018. MEASUREMENT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY: MOTIONWATCH 8 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES. Innovation in Aging2(Suppl 1), p.775.

 

18008: Samson, D.R., Crittenden, A.N., Mabulla, I.A., Mabulla, A.Z. and Nunn, C.L., 2018. Does the moon influence sleep in small-scale societies?Sleep health4(6), pp.509-514.

 

18009: Flynn-Evans, E.E., Arsintescu, L., Gregory, K., Mulligan, J., Nowinski, J. and Feary, M., 2018. Better Performance on the Psychomotor Vigilance Task Is Associated with Longer Sleep Duration and Lower Self-Reported Sleep Need in the Real World.

 

18010: Ten Brink, M., Quoidbach, J., Taquet, M., Gross, J. and Manber, R., 2018. 0182 Influence of Pre-Sleep Positive Affect on Next-Morning EnergySleep41, p.A71.

 

18011: Nassur, A.M., Lefevre, M., Elbaz, M., Mietlicki, F., Nguyen, P., Ribeiro, C., Sineau, M., Leger, D., Laumon, B. and Evrard, A.S., 2018, December. Aircraft noise exposure and objective sleep quality in the population living near airports in France. In INTER-NOISE and NOISE-CON Congress and Conference Proceedings (Vol. 258, No. 4, pp. 3616-3622). Institute of Noise Control Engineering.

 

18012: Kozaki, T., Hidaka, Y., Takakura, J.Y. and Kusano, Y., 2018. Suppression of salivary melatonin secretion under 100-Hz flickering and non-flickering blue light. Journal of physiological anthropology37(1), p.23.

 

18013: Murphy, P., Bsharat, M., Kemethofer, M., Filippov, G., Kubota, N. and Moline, M., 2018. CIRCADIAN RHYTHM CHARACTERISTICS MEASURED WITH ACTIGRAPHY IN PATIENTS WITH IRREGULAR SLEEP-WAKE RHYTHM DISORDER AND ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE.Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association14(7), p.P1068.

 

18014: Cosgrave, J., Haines, R., van Heugten-van der Kloet, D., Purple, R., Porcheret, K., Foster, R. and Wulff, K., 2018. The interaction between subclinical psychotic experiences, insomnia and objective measures of sleep. Schizophrenia research193, pp.204-208.

 

18015: Crittenden, A.N., Samson, D.R., Herlosky, K.N., Mabulla, I.A., Mabulla, A.Z. and McKenna, J.J., 2018. Infant co-sleeping patterns and maternal sleep quality among Hadza hunter-gatherers.Sleep health4(6), pp.527-534.

 

18016: Best, J.R., Falck, R.S., Landry, G.J. and LiuAmbrose, T., 2018. Analysis of dynamic, bidirectional associations in older adult physical activity and sleep quality. Journal of sleep research, p.e12769.

 

18019: Yap, Y., Rice-Lacy, R.C., Bei, B. and Wiley, J.F., 2018. 0178 Bidirectional Relations between Stress and Sleep: An Intensive Daily Study.Sleep41(suppl_1), pp.A70-A70.

 

18020: Beauplet, B., Chavoix, C., Bocca, M.L., Fournel, F., Parienti, J.J. and Tillou, X., SArcopenie, Mobilité, Activité PHYsique et risque post-operatoire du carcinome de vessie chez les personnes âgées (SAMPHYR-vessie).

 

18021: Riethmeister, V., Bültmann, U., De Boer, M.R., Gordijn, M. and Brouwer, S., 2018. Examining courses of sleep quality and sleepiness in full 2 weeks on/2 weeks off offshore day shift rotations. Chronobiology international35(6), pp.759-772.

 

18022: Axelsson, E.L., Swinton, J., Winiger, A.I. and Horst, J.S., 2018. Napping and toddlers’ memory for fast-mapped words. First Language38(6), pp.582-595.

 

18023: Samson, D.R., Bray, J. and Nunn, C.L., 2018. The cost of deep sleep: Environmental influences on sleep regulation are greater for diurnal lemurs. American journal of physical anthropology166(3), pp.578-589.

 

18024: Reeve, S., Sheaves, B. and Freeman, D., 2018. Sleep disorders in early psychosis: incidence, severity, and association with clinical symptoms. Schizophrenia bulletin45(2), pp.287-295.

 

18025: Lay, A.H., Crabtree, D.R., Campbell, T.G., Dreczkowski, G.M., Galloway, S.D., Tipton, K.D. and Witard, O.C., 2018. A bedtime milk snack does not impact rmr, substrate utilisation and appetite the following morning in mildly overweight males. British Journal of Nutrition119(12), pp.1355-1365.

 

18026: Best, J.R., Eng, J.J., Davis, J.C., Hsiung, R., Hall, P.A., Middleton, L.E., Graf, P., Goldsmith, C.H. and Liu-Ambrose, T., 2018. Study protocol for Vitality: a proof-of-concept randomised controlled trial of exercise training or complex mental and social activities to promote cognition in adults with chronic stroke.BMJ open8(3), p.e021490.

 

18027: Falck, R.S., Best, J.R., Davis, J.C. and Liu-Ambrose, T., 2018. The independent associations of physical activity and sleep with cognitive function in older adults. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, (Preprint), pp.1-16.

 

18028: Lowden, A., Lemos, N., Gonçalves, B., Öztürk, G., Louzada, F., Pedrazzoli, M. and Moreno, C., 2018. Delayed Sleep in Winter Related to Natural Daylight Exposure among Arctic Day Workers.Clocks & Sleep1(1), pp.105-116.

 

18029: Duivon, M., Perrier, J., Joly, F., Licaj, I., Grellard, J.M., Clarisse, B., Lévy, C., Fleury, P., Madeleine, S., Lefèvre, N. and Rauchs, G., 2018. Impact of breast cancer on prospective memory functioning assessed by virtual reality and influence of sleep quality and hormonal therapy: PROSOM-K study. BMC cancer18(1), p.866.

 

18030: Twomey, R., Martin, T., Temesi, J., Culos-Reed, S.N. and Millet, G.Y., 2018. Tailored exercise interventions to reduce fatigue in cancer survivors: study protocol of a randomized controlled trial. BMC cancer18(1), p.757.

 

18031: Druce, K.L., Cordingley, L., Short, V., Moore, S., Hellman, B., James, B., Lunt, M., Kyle, S.D., Dixon, W.G. and McBeth, J., 2018. Quality of life, sleep and rheumatoid arthritis (QUASAR): a protocol for a prospective UK mHealth study to investigate the relationship between sleep and quality of life in adults with rheumatoid arthritis. BMJ open8(1), p.e018752.

 

18032: Konstantin V. Danilenko, Kristina A. Mazhara, Sergei V. Yarosh, Maria Y. Lebedinskaia, Evgenia V. Gadetskaia, Lyubomir I. Aftanas, 2018. Actimetric Day/Night Index as a Predictor of Treatment Response in Depression. Society for Light Treatment and Biological Rhythms, 30th Annual Meeting, Groningen (The Netherlands).

 

18033: van Diermen, L., Walther, S., Cools, O., Fransen, E., Birkenhäger, T.K., Sabbe, B.C. and Schrijvers, D., 2018. Observer-rated retardation but not agitation corresponds to objective motor measures in depression.  Acta neuropsychiatrica30(6), pp.359-364.

 

18034: Regente, J.F., 2018. Der Einfluss unterschiedlicher Beleuchtungsbedingungen auf die Vigilanz, den nachfolgenden Tagesschlaf und den circadianen Rhythmus bei isolierten Nachtschichten (Doctoral dissertation).

 

18035: Al Khatib, H.K., Hall, W.L., Creedon, A., Ooi, E., Masri, T., McGowan, L., Harding, S.V., Darzi, J. and Pot, G.K., 2018. Sleep extension is a feasible lifestyle intervention in free-living adults who are habitually short sleepers: a potential strategy for decreasing intake of free sugars? A randomized controlled pilot study.The American journal of clinical nutrition107(1), pp.43-53.

 

18036: Victoria, V.V., 2018. The Correlation Between Activity Levels and the Functional Outcomes of Patients Affected by Stroke at an Inpatient Rehabilitation Center(Doctoral dissertation, Florida Gulf Coast University).

 

18037: Riethmeister, V., Bültmann, U., Gordijn, M., Brouwer, S. and de Boer, M., 2018. Investigating daily fatigue scores during two-week offshore day shifts. Applied ergonomics71, pp.87-94.

 

18038: Ravindranath, P.A., Raman, R., Chow, T.W., Rafii, M.S., Aisen, P.S. and Jimenez-Maggiora, G., 2018. DEEP LEARNING IN AUTOMATED CLASSIFICATION OF ADVERSE EVENTS IN CLINICAL STUDIES OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE.Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association14(7), pp.P1067-P1068.

 

18039: Flynn-Evans, E.E., Arsintescu, L., Gregory, K., Mulligan, J., Nowinski, J. and Feary, M., 2018. Sleep and neurobehavioral performance vary by work start time during non-traditional day shiftsSleep health4(5), pp.476-484.

 

18040: Sourioux, M., Bestaven, E., Guillaud, E., Bertrand, S., Cabanas, M., Milan, L., Mayo, W., Garret, M. and Cazalets, J.R., 2018. 3-D motion capture for long-term tracking of spontaneous locomotor behaviors and circadian sleep/wake rhythms in mouse.Journal of neuroscience methods295, pp.51-57.

 

18041: Lewandowska, K., Wachowicz, B., Marek, T., Oginska, H. and Fafrowicz, M., 2018. Would you say “yes” in the evening? Time-of-day effect on response bias in four types of working memory recognition tasks.Chronobiology international35(1), pp.80-89.

 

18042: Campbell, R., Soenens, B., Weinstein, N. and Vansteenkiste, M., 2018. Impact of Partial Sleep Deprivation on Psychological Functioning: Effects on Mindfulness and Basic Psychological Need Satisfaction.Mindfulness9(4), pp.1123-1133.

 

18043: Starreveld, D.E., Daniels, L.A., Valdimarsdottir, H.B., Redd, W.H., de Geus, J.L., Ancoli-Israel, S., Lutgendorf, S., Korse, C.M., Kieffer, J.M., van Leeuwen, F.E. and Bleiker, E.M., 2018. Light therapy as a treatment of cancer-related fatigue in (non-) Hodgkin lymphoma survivors (SPARKLE trial): study protocol of a multicenter randomized controlled trial. BMC cancer18(1), p.880.

 

 

18044: Schulz, H., Ruan, J. and Seitz, R.J., 2018. Spontaneous Arm Movement Activity during Sleep in Epileptic and Non-Epileptic Patients.European neurology80(3-4), pp.200-206.

 

2017

17013: Samson, D.R., Crittenden, A.N., Mabulla, I.A., Mabulla, A.Z. and Nunn, C.L., 2017.

Hadza sleep biology: Evidence for flexible sleep‐wake patterns in hunter‐gatherers.American Journal of Physical Anthropology.

 

17014: Samson, D.R., Manus, M.B., Krystal, A.D., Fakir, E., Yu, J.J. and Nunn, C.L., 2017.

Segmented sleep in a nonelectric, small scale agricultural society in Madagascar.American Journal of Human Biology.

 

17015: Regente, J., de Zeeuw, J., Bes, F., Nowozin, C., Appelhoff, S., Wahnschaffe, A., Münch, M. and Kunz, D., 2017.

Can short-wavelength depleted bright light during single simulated night shifts prevent circadian phase shifts?.Applied Ergonomics,61, pp.22-30.

 

17016: Wams, E.J., Riede, S.J., van der Laan, I., ten Bulte, T. and Hut, R.A., 2017.

Mechanisms of Non-photic Entrainment. InBiological Timekeeping: Clocks, Rhythms and Behaviour(pp. 395-404). Springer India.

 

17023: Falck, R.S., Landry, G.J., Brazendale, K. and Liu-Ambrose, T., 2017.

Measuring Physical Activity in Older Adults Using MotionWatch 8 Actigraphy: How Many Days are Needed?Journal of aging and physical activity, 25(1), pp.51-57.

 

17024: Woelders, T., Beersma, D.G., Gordijn, M.C., Hut, R.A. and Wams, E.J., 2017.

Daily light exposure patterns reveal phase and period of the human circadian clockJournal of Biological Rhythms, p.0748730417696787.

 

17025: Darzi, J., Al Khatib, H. and Pot, G.K., 2017.

Sleep patterns in relation to dietary patterns and cardio‐metabolic risk: An update from Drummond Pump Priming Award recipients.Nutrition Bulletin, 42(2), pp.148-152.

 

17026: Leger, D., Elbaz, M., Dubois, A., Rio, S., Mezghiche, H., Carita, P., Stemmelin, J. and Strauss, M., 2017.

Alzheimer’s Disease Severity is Not Significantly Associated with Short Sleep: Survey by Actigraphy on 208 Mild and Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease Patients.Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 55(1), pp.321-331.

 

17027: Samson, D.R., Crittenden, A.N., Mabulla, I.A., Mabulla, A.Z. and Nunn, C.L., 2017, July.

Chronotype variation drives night-time sentinel-like behaviour in hunter–gatherers. In Proc. R. Soc. B (Vol. 284, No. 1858, p. 20170967). The Royal Society.Bergdahl,

 

17028: L., Broman, J.E., Berman, A.H., Haglund, K., von Knorring, L. and Markström, A., 2017.

Sleep patterns in a randomized controlled trial of auricular acupuncture and cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia.Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice, 28, pp.220-226.

 

17029: Aili, K., Åström-Paulsson, S., Stoetzer, U., Svartengren, M. and Hillert, L., 2017.

Reliability of Actigraphy and Subjective Sleep Measurements in Adults: The Design of Sleep Assessments.Journal of clinical sleep medicine: JCSM: official publication of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, 13(1), pp.39-47.

 

17030: Herbert, V., Pratt, D., Emsley, R. and Kyle, S.D., 2017.

Predictors of Nightly Subjective-Objective Sleep Discrepancy in Poor Sleepers over a Seven-Day Period.Brain sciences, 7(3), p.29.

 

17031: Bray, J., Samson, D.R. and Nunn, C.L., 2017.

Activity patterns in seven captive lemur species: Evidence of cathemerality in Varecia and Lemur catta?.American Journal of Primatology, 79(6).

 

17032: Killer, S.C., Svendsen, I.S., Jeukendrup, A.E. and Gleeson, M., 2017.

Evidence of disturbed sleep and mood state in well-trained athletes during short-term intensified training with and without a high carbohydrate nutritional intervention.Journal of sports sciences, 35(14), pp.1402-1410.

 

17033: Brandao, P. and Gonçalves, C., 2017.

EXPERTS’CONSENSUS ON ACCEPTABILITY OF EASYCARE (2010) INSTRUMENT: A DELPHI SURVEY FROM PORTUGAL.Innovation in Aging, 1(suppl_1), pp.1101-1101.

 

17034: Baillet, M., Dilharreguy, B., Pérès, K., Dartigues, J.F., Mayo, W. and Catheline, G., 2017.

Activity/rest cycle and disturbances of structural backbone of cerebral networks in aging.NeuroImage, 146, pp.814-820.

 

17035: McCarthy, M. and Muehlhausen, W.,

Can actigraphy outcome measures from existing clinical trials provide a framework for future?.

 

17036: Moraleda, V., Prados, G., Martínez, M.P., Sánchez, A.I., Sabio, J.M. and Miró, E., 2017.

Sleep quality, clinical and psychological manifestations in women with systemic lupus erythematosus.International Journal of Rheumatic Diseases.

 

17037: Cosgrave, J., Haines, R., van Heugten-van der Kloet, D., Purple, R., Porcheret, K., Foster, R. and Wulff, K., 2017.

The interaction between subclinical psychotic experiences, insomnia and objective measures of sleep.Schizophrenia Research.

 

17038: Ari, A., 2017.

THE ASSESSMENT OF UNMET HEALTH NEEDS AND CONSULTATION REASONS OF ELDERLY PEOPLE.Innovation in Aging, 1(suppl_1), pp.1100-1101.

 

17039: Reeve, S., Emsley, R., Sheaves, B. and Freeman, D., 2017.

Disrupting Sleep: The Effects of Sleep Loss on Psychotic Experiences Tested in an Experimental Study With Mediation AnalysisSchizophrenia Bulletin.

 

17040: Regente, J., de Zeeuw, J., Bes, F., Nowozin, C., Appelhoff, S., Wahnschaffe, A., Münch, M. and Kunz, D., 2017.

Can short-wavelength depleted bright light during single simulated night shifts prevent circadian phase shifts?.Applied ergonomics, 61, pp.22-30.

 

17041: Doran, K. and Resnick, B., 2017.

Cardiovascular Risk Factors of Long-Term Care Workers.Workplace Health & Safety, p.2165079917693018.

 

17042: Rekola, L., 2017.

The effect of sleep deprivation on cortical excitability–a neuromagnetic approach.

 

17112: Falck, R.S., Landry, G.J., Best, J.R., Davis, J.C., Chiu, B.K. and Liu-Ambrose, T., 2017.

Cross-Sectional Relationships of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior With Cognitive Function in Older Adults With Probable Mild Cognitive Impairment.

Physical therapy, 97(10), pp.975-984.

 

17113: Reeve, S., Emsley, R., Sheaves, B. and Freeman, D., 2017.

Disrupting Sleep: The Effects of Sleep Loss on Psychotic Experiences Tested in an Experimental Study With Mediation Analysis.

Schizophrenia bulletin.

 

17114: Samson, D.R., Crittenden, A.N., Mabulla, I.A. and Mabulla, A.Z., 2017.

The evolution of human sleep: Technological and cultural innovation associated with sleep-wake regulation among Hadza hunter-gatherers.

Journal of human evolution, 113, pp.91-102.

 

17115: Checa-Ros, A., Muñoz-Hoyos, A., Molina-Carballo, A., Muñoz-Gallego, A., Narbona-Galdó, S., Jerez-Calero, A. and Augustín-Morales, M.D.C., 2017.

Analysis of Different Melatonin Secretion Patterns in Children With Sleep Disorders: Melatonin Secretion Patterns in Children.

Journal of child neurology, 32(12), pp.1000-1008.

 

17116: Guo, L., Vardakis, J.C., Lassila, T., Mitolo, M., Ravikumar, N., Chou, D., Lange, M., Sarrami-Foroushani, A., Tully, B.J., Taylor, Z.A. and Varma, S., 2018.

Subject-specific multi-poroelastic model for exploring the risk factors associated with the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease.

Interface focus, 8(1), p.20170019.

 

17117: Knight, F.L.C. and Dimitriou, D., 2017.

Poor sleep has negative implications for children with and without ADHD, but in different ways.

Behavioral sleep medicine, pp.1-14.

 

17118: Campbell, R., Soenens, B., Weinstein, N. and Vansteenkiste, M., 2017.

Impact of Partial Sleep Deprivation on Psychological Functioning: Effects on Mindfulness and Basic Psychological Need Satisfaction.

Mindfulness, pp.1-11.

 

17119: Roveda, E., Montaruli, A., Galasso, L., Pesenti, C., Bruno, E., Pasanisi, P., Cortellini, M., Rampichini, S., Erzegovesi, S., Caumo, A. and Esposito, F., 2017.

Rest-activity circadian rhythm and sleep quality in patients with binge eating disorder.

Chronobiology international, pp.1-10.

 

17120: Lindholm, C., Johansson, A., Middelkoop, A., Lees, J.J., Yngwe, N., Berndtson, E., Cooper, G. and Altimiras, J., 2017.

The Quest for Welfare-Friendly Feeding of Broiler Breeders: Effects of Daily vs. 5: 2 Feed Restriction Schedules.

Poultry science, 97(2), pp.368-377.

 

17121: Checa Ros, A., 2017.

Valoración del sueño mediante actigrafía en niños con trastornos del sueño y con déficit de atención y/o hiperactividad (TDAH):

Papel de la melatonina y ácidos grasos de la serie omega-3.

 

17122: Sorvali, N., 2017.

Aktigrafin sijoittelu rekisteröinnissä: vertaileva tutkimus ranteen ja vyötärön välillä.

 

17123: Bargiotas, P., Eugster, L., Oberholzer, M., Debove, I., Lachenmayer, M.L., Mathis, J., Pollo, C., Schüpbach, W.M. and Bassetti, C.L., 2017.

Sleep-wake functions and quality of life in patients with subthalamic deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s disease.

PloS one, 12(12), p.e0190027.

 

17124: Chakravarthy, A. and Resnick, B., 2017.

Reliability and Validity Testing of the MotionWatch 8 in Older Adults.

Journal of nursing measurement, 25(3), pp.549-558.

 

17125: Baillet, M., Edde, M., Peres, K., Helmer, C., Catheline, G. and Mayo, W., 2017.

Différences de rythme veille/sommeil entre des populations âgées rurales et urbaines de la Gironde.

Médecine du Sommeil, 14(1), p.46.

 

17126: Sebela, A., Novak, T., Kemlink, D. and Goetz, M., 2017.

Sleep characteristics in child and adolescent offspring of parents with bipolar disorder: a case control study.

BMC psychiatry, 17(1), p.199.

 

17127: Falck, R.S., Landry, G.J., Best, J.R., Davis, J. and Liu-Ambrose, T., 2017.

EXAMINING RELATIONSHIPS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SEDENTARY BEHAVIOUR WITH COGNITIVE FUNCTION AMONG OLDER ADULTS WITH MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY.

Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association, 13(7), pp.P865-P866.

 

17128: André, C., Tomadesso, C., Mézenge, F., Branger, P., de Flores, R., Eustache, F., Chetelat, G. and Rauchs, G., 2017.

AGE-RELATED NREM-SLEEP FRAGMENTATION: RELATIONSHIPS WITH STRUCTURAL AND METABOLIC BRAIN ALTERATIONS, AMYLOID BURDEN AND COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE.

Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association, 13(7), p.P569.

 

17129: Yiu, S., Leung, K.T., Lin, S., Lo, E., Abrigo, J., Lau, A., Mok, V. and Wong, A., 2017.

DIRECT AND MODERATING EFFECTS OF RECENT LEISURE ACTIVITY PARTICIPATION UPON COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS AFTER STROKE OR TIA.

Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association, 13(7), pp.P866-P867.

 

17130: Abe, S., Rompré, P.H., Huynh, N.T., Landry-Schönbeck, A., Landry, M.L., de Grandmont, P., Kawano, F. and Lavigne, G.J., 2017.

Use of occlusal splint or mandibular advancement appliance by sleep bruxism patients do not normalize arousal related heart rate variability

Sleep Medicine, 40, p.e3.

 

17131: Lewandowska, K., Wachowicz, B., Marek, T., Oginska, H. and Fafrowicz, M., 2017.

Would you say “yes” in the evening? Time-of-day effect on response bias in four types of working memory recognition tasks.

Chronobiology international, pp.1-10.

 

17132: Chua, B., BinEid, W., Joyce, A., Hayton, J. and Dimitriou, D., 2017.

Impact of sleep on attention in primary school-aged children with ASD in Singapore.

Sleep Medicine, 40, pp.e35-e36.

 

17133: Al Lawati, R.I., Al Abri, M., Kuppuswamy, B. and Dikshit, M., 2017.

The effect of obstructive sleep apnea and obesity on spirometry parameters while changing the posture from sitting to supine.

Sleep Medicine, 40, pp.e8-e9.

 

17134: Bin-Hasan, S., Rakesh, K., Kapur, K. and Owens, J., 2017.

School start time change, sleep duration and car crashes in high school students.

Sleep Medicine, 40, p.e36.

 

17135: Al Khatib, H., Hall, W.L., Creedon, A., Ooi, E., Masri, T., Harding, S.V., McGowan, L., Darzi, J. and Pot, G.K., 2017.

The feasibility of a sleep extension intervention to improve dietary intake and energy balance in habitually short sleepers: a randomised controlled trial. 

Sleep Medicine, 40, p.e8.

 

 

17136: Al Khatib, H.K., Hall, W.L., Creedon, A., Ooi, E., Masri, T., McGowan, L., Harding, S.V., Darzi, J. and Pot, G.K., 2017.

Sleep extension is a feasible lifestyle intervention in free-living adults who are habitually short sleepers: a potential strategy for decreasing intake of free sugars? A randomized controlled pilot study.

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

 

170145: Munch, M., Schmieder, M., Bieler, K., Goldbach, R., Fuhrmann, T., Zumstein, N., Vonmoos, P., Scartezzini, J.L., Wirz-Justice, A. and Cajochen, C., 2017.

Bright Light Delights: Effects of Daily Light Exposure on Emotions, Restactivity Cycles, Sleep and Melatonin Secretion in Severely Demented Patients.

Current Alzheimer Research, 14(10), pp.1063-1075.

 

 

2016

O35-2 Current and cumulative night shift work and subclinical atherosclerosis–results of the gutenberg health study.

Jankowiak, S., Backé, E.M., Liebers, F., Schulz, A., Hegewald, J., Garthus-Niegel, S., Nübling, M., Blankenberg, S., Pfeiffer, N., Lackner, K.J. and Beutel, M., 2016. Occupational and Environmental Medicine,73(Suppl 1), pp.A66-A66.

 

O35-4 Course of sleepiness and sleep parameters in 2-2 offshore rotations.

Riethmeister, V., Bültmann, U. and Brouwer, S., 2016. Occupational and Environmental Medicine,73(Suppl 1), pp.A66-A67.

 

VX toxicity in the Göttingen minipig

Langston, J.L. and Myers, T.M., 2016. Toxicology Letters,264, pp.12-19.

 

Alzheimer’s Disease Severity is Not Significantly Associated with Short Sleep: Survey by Actigraphy on 208 Mild and Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease Patients

Leger, D., Elbaz, M., Dubois, A., Rio, S., Mezghiche, H., Carita, P., Stemmelin, J. and Strauss, M., 2016Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, (Preprint), pp.1-11.

 

DISRUPTION OF THE PRESUMED CIRCADIAN SLEEP MAINTENANCE ZONE PREDICTS COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IN OLDER ADULTS.  

Landry, G.J., Best, J.R. and Liu-Ambrose, T., 2016. Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association,12(7), p.P413.

Scheduled evening sleep and enhanced lighting improve adaptation to night shift work in older adults.

Chinoy, E.D., Harris, M.P., Kim, M.J., Wang, W. and Duffy, J.F., 2016. Occupational and environmental medicine, pp.oemed-2016.

 

Activity/rest cycle and disturbances of structural backbone of cerebral networks in aging.

Baillet, M., Dilharreguy, B., Pérès, K., Dartigues, J.F., Mayo, W. and Catheline, G., 2016. NeuroImage.

 

The Relationship between Circadian Dysfunction and Cognitive Impairment in Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease.

Leonard, A., 2016. Undergraduate Review,12(1), pp.80-89.

 

Physiological stress and behavioural differences in broiler breeder hens subjected to daily and 5: 2 feed restriction regimens

Johansson, A., 2016.

 

The Rowan Ranger Chicken Breed-a Suitable Alternative for the Organic Chicken Meat Industry.

Karlsson, L., 2016.

 

SLEEP/WAKEFULNESS RHYTHMICITY AND BRAIN WHITE MATTER INTEGRITY IN AGING SUBJECTS.

Baillet, M., Dilharreguy, B., Peres, K., Dartigues, J.F., Mayo, W. and Catheline, G., 2016. Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association,12(7), p.P99.

 

Mood Influences the Concordance of Subjective and Objective Measures of Sleep Duration in Older Adults.

Baillet, M., Cosin, C., Schweitzer, P., Pérès, K., Catheline, G., Swendsen, J. and Mayo, W., 2016.Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience,8.

 

The Sleep-E Study: An on-going cross-sectional study investigating associations of sleep quality and cardio-metabolic risk factors.

Al Khatib, H.K., Kfoury, S.K., Mehat, J., Pot, G.K., Harding, S.V. and Darzi, J., 2016. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society,75(OCE1), p.E16.

 

Die Untersuchung von chronobiologischen Aspekten nicht-visueller Lichtwirkungen beim Menschen

Münch, M.Y., 2016.(Habilitation, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin).

 

 

2015

Measuring sleep quality in older adults: a comparison using subjective and objective methods.

Glenn J Landry, John R Best, Teresa Liu-Ambrose. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 07 September 2015

 

Efficacy of cognitive behavioural therapy for sleep improvement in patients with persistent delusions and hallucinations (BEST): a prospective, assessor-blind, randomised controlled pilot trial

Daniel Freeman, Felicity Waite, Helen Startup, Elissa Myers,Rachel Lister, Josephine McInerney, Allison G Harvey, John Geddes, Zenobia Zaiwalla, Ramon Luengo-Fernandez, Russell Foster, Lei Clifton, Ly-Mee Yu. www.thelancet.com/psychiatry Published online September 10, 2015

 

Measuring physical activity in older adults: calibrating cut-points for the MotionWatch 8©

Glenn J. Landry, Ryan S. Falck, Michael W. Beets and Teresa Liu-Ambrose. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 25 August 2015

 

Increased Th17/Treg Ratio in Poststroke Fatigue

Xinjing Liu, Komal Kenkare, Shanshan Li, Varsha Desai, John Wong, Xun Luo, Lisa J. Wood, Yuming Xu, and Qing Mei Wang. Mediators of Inflammation Volume 2015, Article ID 931398, 9 pages

 

 

Circadian sleep/wake rhythm abnormalities as a risk factor of a poststroke apathy

 

Charlotte Cosin, Igor Sibon, Mathilde Poli, Michèle Allard, Sabrina Debruxelles, Pauline Renou, François Rouanet andWilly Mayo. International Journal of Stroke ,Volume 10, Issue 5, pages 710–715July 2015

Short-Term Effects of Electroconvulsive Therapy on Subjective and Actigraphy-Assessed Sleep Parameters in Severely Depressed Inpatients

 

Alexander Hoogerhoud, Andreia W. P. Hazewinkel, Robert H. A. M. Reijntjens, Irene M. van Vliet, Martijn S. van Noorden, Gert Jan Lammers ,J. Gert van Dijk, and Erik J. Giltay. Depression Research and Treatment Volume 2015 (2015)

 

 

2014 

 

The Effect of Sleep Disturbance during Pregnancy and Perinatal Period on Postpartum Psychopathology in Women with Bipolar Disorder

 

Anja WMM Stevens, Peter JJ Goossens , Adriaan W Hoogendoorn , Elise AM Knoppert-van der Klein , Adriaan Honig and Ralph W Kupka. J Women’s Health Care 2014, 3:6

 

 

The INTERGROWTH-21st Project Neurodevelopment Package: A Novel Method for the Multi-Dimensional Assessment of Neurodevelopment in Pre-School Age Children

Michelle Fernandes, Alan Stein, Charles R. Newton, Leila Cheikh-Ismail, Michael Kihara, Katharina Wulff, Enrique de León Quintana, Luis Aranzeta, Aureli Soria-Frisch, Javier Acedo, David Ibanez, Amina Abubakar, Francesca Giuliani. Published: November 25, 2014, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0113360

Associations Between Sleep and Memory in a Clinical Sample of Obese Children and Adolescents

Natalie M. Passanante, Psy.D.  Mentor: Christine A. Limbers, Ph.D.  (Dissertation)

 

The Effect of Blue Light Therapy on Flight Crew-Members Behavioral Alertness

Lori Brown, A.M.C. Schoutens, Geoff Whitehurst,Troy J. Booker, Travis Davis, Spencer Losinski,Ryan Diehl.  (February 27, 2014). Available at SSRN

 

2013

Derivation of night time behaviour metrics using ambient sensors

Kealy, A.; McDaid, K.;Loane, J.;Walsh, L. Published in: Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (PervasiveHealth), 2013 7th International Conference

 

2012

Validation of a new Actigraph MotionWatch versus Polysomnography on 70 healthy and suspected sleep disordered subjects

Maxime ELBAZ, Kevin YAUY, Arnaud METLAINE, Monica MARTONI, Damien LEGER. Initial details were presented at ESRS 2012 – full paper to follow

 

Jan 16

Al Khatib, H.K., Kfoury, S.K., Mehat, J., Pot, G.K., Harding, S.V. and Darzi, J., 2016. The Sleep-E Study: An on-going cross-sectional study investigating associations of sleep quality and cardio-metabolic risk factors.Proceedings of the Nutrition Society,75(OCE1), p.E16.

Münch, M.Y., 2016.Die Untersuchung von chronobiologischen Aspekten nicht-visueller Lichtwirkungen beim Menschen(Doctoral dissertation, Freie Universität Berlin).

Mar 16

Johansson, A., 2016. Physiological stress and behavioural differences in broiler breeder hens subjected to daily and 5: 2 feed restriction regimens

Karlsson, L., 2016. The Rowan Ranger Chicken Breed-a Suitable Alternative for the Organic Chicken Meat Industry.

Aug 16

Leger, D., Elbaz, M., Dubois, A., Rio, S., Mezghiche, H., Carita, P., Stemmelin, J. and Strauss, M., 2016. Alzheimer’s Disease Severity is Not Significantly Associated with Short Sleep: Survey by Actigraphy on 208 Mild and Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease Patients.Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, (Preprint), pp.1-11.

Chinoy, E.D., Harris, M.P., Kim, M.J., Wang, W. and Duffy, J.F., 2016. Scheduled evening sleep and enhanced lighting improve adaptation to night shift work in older adults.Occupational and environmental medicine, pp.oemed-2016.

Leonard, A., 2016. The Relationship between Circadian Dysfunction and Cognitive Impairment in Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease.Undergraduate Review,12(1), pp.80-89.

Oct 16

Jankowiak, S., Backé, E.M., Liebers, F., Schulz, A., Hegewald, J., Garthus-Niegel, S., Nübling, M., Blankenberg, S., Pfeiffer, N., Lackner, K.J. and Beutel, M., 2016. O35-2 Current and cumulative night shift work and subclinical atherosclerosis–results of the gutenberg health study.Occupational and Environmental Medicine,73(Suppl 1), pp.A66-A66.

Riethmeister, V., Bültmann, U. and Brouwer, S., 2016. O35-4 Course of sleepiness and sleep parameters in 2-2 offshore rotations.Occupational and Environmental Medicine,73(Suppl 1), pp.A66-A67.

Langston, J.L. and Myers, T.M., 2016. VX toxicity in the Göttingen minipig.Toxicology Letters,264, pp.12-19.

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