Journal Articles

  1. & Characterization of Patients who Present with Insomnia: Is there Room for a Symptom Cluster-Based Approach?. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine
  2. & Behavioral Sleep Medicine Services for Hypersomnia Disorders: A Survey Study. Behavioral Sleep Medicine 15(2), 158-171.
  3. & An Adaptive Treatment to Improve Positive Airway Pressure (PAP) Adherence in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Proof of Concept Trial. Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 1-16.
  4. & Understanding eCBT-I – Knowing is half the battle. Sleep Medicine Reviews 30, 83-84.
  5. & Evaluating the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea comorbid with insomnia disorder using an incomplete factorial design. Contemporary Clinical Trials 47, 146-152.
  6. & The Relationship Between Beliefs About Sleep and Adherence to Behavioral Treatment Combined With Meditation for Insomnia. Behavioral Sleep Medicine 13(1), 52-63.
  7. & Management of Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Comorbid Insomnia: A Mixed-Methods Evaluation. Behavioral Sleep Medicine 15(3), 180-197.
  8. & There Are Two Sides to Every Question: Exploring the Construct of Sleep Quality. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, e822-e823.
  9. & Towards standardisation and improved understanding of sleep restriction therapy for insomnia disorder: A systematic examination of CBT-I trial content. Sleep Medicine Reviews 23, 83-88.
  10. & Ethics, consent and blinding: lessons from a placebo/sham controlled CPAP crossover trial. Thorax 70(3), 265-269.
  11. & Integrating psychology and medicine in CPAP adherence – New concepts?. Sleep Medicine Reviews 18(2), 123-139.
  12. & The Glasgow Sleep Impact Index (GSII): A novel patient-centred measure for assessing sleep-related quality of life impairment in Insomnia Disorder. Sleep Medicine 14(6), 493-501.
  13. & Insomnia and Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Sleep Medicine Clinics 8(3), 389-398.
  14. & From BedsideBackto Bench? A Commentary on: “The Future of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia: What Important Research Remains to Be Done?”. Journal of Clinical Psychology 69(10), 1022-1025.
  15. & The effect of continuous positive airway pressure usage on sleepiness in obstructive sleep apnoea: real effects or expectation of benefit?. Thorax 67(10), 920-924.
  16. & Catastrophizing and symptoms of sleep disturbances in children. Journal of Sleep Research 19(1p2), 175-182.
  17. & Dysfunctional beliefs and attitudes about sleep in children. Journal of Sleep Research 18(4), 422-426.