Christopher Magee
Christopher Magee
School of Psychology, University of Wollongong
Verified email at uow.edu.au
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EEG differences between eyes-closed and eyes-open resting conditions
RJ Barry, AR Clarke, SJ Johnstone, CA Magee, JA Rushby
Clinical neurophysiology 118 (12), 2765-2773, 2007
7392007
Qualitative research with families living with autism spectrum disorder: Recommendations for conducting semistructured interviews
EK Cridland, SC Jones, P Caputi, CA Magee
Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability 40 (1), 78-91, 2015
2272015
Family-focused autism spectrum disorder research: A review of the utility of family systems approaches
EK Cridland, SC Jones, CA Magee, P Caputi
Autism 18 (3), 213-222, 2014
1812014
Being a girl in a boys’ world: Investigating the experiences of girls with autism spectrum disorders during adolescence
EK Cridland, SC Jones, P Caputi, CA Magee
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 44 (6), 1261-1274, 2014
1662014
Relationships between self-rated health, quality of life and sleep duration in middle aged and elderly Australians
CA Magee, P Caputi, DC Iverson
Sleep medicine 12 (4), 346-350, 2011
1562011
Short sleep duration is associated with risk of future diabetes but not cardiovascular disease: a prospective study and meta-analysis
EG Holliday, CA Magee, L Kritharides, E Banks, J Attia
PloS one 8 (11), e82305, 2013
1462013
Short and long sleep duration are associated with prevalent cardiovascular disease in Australian adults
CA Magee, L Kritharides, J Attia, P McElduff, E Banks
Journal of sleep research 21 (4), 441-447, 2012
1422012
Exposure to alcohol advertising and alcohol consumption among Australian adolescents
SC Jones, CA Magee
Alcohol and Alcoholism 46 (5), 630-637, 2011
1372011
The impact of a cancer diagnosis on the health behaviors of cancer survivors and their family and friends
N Humpel, C Magee, SC Jones
Supportive Care in Cancer 15 (6), 621-630, 2007
1312007
Bidirectional relationships between sleep duration and screen time in early childhood
CA Magee, JK Lee, SA Vella
JAMA pediatrics 168 (5), 465-470, 2014
1202014
Sports participation and parent-reported health-related quality of life in children: longitudinal associations
SA Vella, DP Cliff, CA Magee, AD Okely
The Journal of pediatrics 164 (6), 1469-1474, 2014
1162014
A review of the factors associated with the non‐use of respite services by carers of people with dementia: implications for policy and practice
L Phillipson, SC Jones, C Magee
Health & social care in the community 22 (1), 1-12, 2014
1102014
Associations between sports participation and psychological difficulties during childhood: a two-year follow up
SA Vella, DP Cliff, CA Magee, AD Okely
Journal of science and medicine in sport 18 (3), 304-309, 2015
1012015
Personality Change Predicts Self‐Reported Mental and Physical H ealth
CA Magee, PCL Heaven, LM Miller
Journal of Personality 81 (3), 324-334, 2013
992013
A link between chronic sleep restriction and obesity: methodological considerations
CA Magee, DC Iverson, XF Huang, P Caputi
Public health 122 (12), 1373-1381, 2008
922008
Coherence in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and excess beta activity in their EEG
AR Clarke, RJ Barry, R McCarthy, M Selikowitz, SJ Johnstone, CI Hsu, ...
Clinical Neurophysiology 118 (7), 1472-1479, 2007
902007
Measuring mental well-being: A validation of the short Warwick–Edinburgh mental well-being scale in Norwegian and Swedish
A Haver, K Akerjordet, P Caputi, T Furunes, C Magee
Scandinavian journal of public health 43 (7), 721-727, 2015
852015
Factors associated with short and long sleep
CA Magee, DC Iverson, P Caputi
Preventive medicine 49 (6), 461-467, 2009
832009
Big-Five personality factors, obesity and 2-year weight gain in Australian adults
CA Magee, PCL Heaven
Journal of Research in Personality 45 (3), 332-335, 2011
772011
Distinct developmental trends in sleep duration during early childhood
CA Magee, R Gordon, P Caputi
Pediatrics 133 (6), e1561-e1567, 2014
762014
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