Simon Smith
Simon Smith
Institute for Social Science Research
Verified email at uq.edu.au
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Autonomic activity during human sleep as a function of time and sleep stage
J Trinder, J Kleiman, M Carrington, S Smith, S Breen, N Tan, Y Kim
Journal of sleep research 10 (4), 253-264, 2001
4122001
Frequency of insomnia report in patients with obstructive sleep apnoea hypopnea syndrome (OSAHS)
S Smith, K Sullivan, W Hopkins, J Douglas
Sleep medicine 5 (5), 449-456, 2004
1772004
Hazard perception in novice and experienced drivers: The effects of sleepiness
SS Smith, MS Horswill, B Chambers, M Wetton
Accident Analysis & Prevention 41 (4), 729-733, 2009
1582009
Detecting insomnia: comparison of four self‐report measures of sleep in a young adult population
S Smith, J Trinder
Journal of sleep research 10 (3), 229-235, 2001
1522001
Health belief model predicts adherence to CPAP before experience with CPAP
S Olsen, S Smith, T Oei, J Douglas
European Respiratory Journal 32 (3), 710-717, 2008
1312008
The circadian response of intrinsically photosensitive retinal ganglion cells
AJ Zele, B Feigl, SS Smith, EL Markwell
PLOS one 6 (3), e17860, 2011
1192011
Adherence to continuous positive airway pressure therapy in obstructive sleep apnoea sufferers: a theoretical approach to treatment adherence and intervention
S Olsen, S Smith, TPS Oei
Clinical psychology review 28 (8), 1355-1371, 2008
1012008
Confirmatory factor analysis of the Epworth Sleepiness Scale (ESS) in patients with obstructive sleep apnoea
SS Smith, TPS Oei, JA Douglas, I Brown, G Jorgensen, J Andrews
Sleep medicine 9 (7), 739-744, 2008
892008
Older adults’ safety perceptions of driving situations: Towards a new driving self-regulation scale
KA Sullivan, SS Smith, MS Horswill, JK Lurie-Beck
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (3), 1003-1009, 2011
812011
Motivational interviewing (MINT) improves continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) acceptance and adherence: a randomized controlled trial.
S Olsen, SS Smith, TPS Oei, J Douglas
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 80 (1), 151, 2012
802012
Napping and nightshift work: Effects of a short nap on psychomotor vigilance and subjective sleepiness in health workers
SS Smith, S Kilby, G Jorgensen, JA Douglas
Sleep and Biological Rhythms 5 (2), 117-125, 2007
772007
Subjective and predicted sleepiness while driving in young adults
S Smith, M Carrington, J Trinder
Accident analysis & prevention 37 (6), 1066-1073, 2005
752005
Effects of restricted cochlear lesions in adult cats on the frequency organization of the inferior colliculus
DRF Irvine, R Rajan, S Smith
Journal of Comparative Neurology 467 (3), 354-374, 2003
742003
The effects of sleep restriction on executive inhibitory control and affect in young adults
KR Rossa, SS Smith, AC Allan, KA Sullivan
Journal of Adolescent Health 55 (2), 287-292, 2014
732014
Napping, development and health from 0 to 5 years: a systematic review
K Thorpe, S Staton, E Sawyer, C Pattinson, C Haden, S Smith
Archives of disease in childhood 100 (7), 615-622, 2015
622015
Safety behaviors and dysfunctional beliefs about sleep: Testing a cognitive model of the maintenance of insomnia
J Woodley, S Smith
Journal of Psychosomatic Research 60 (6), 551-557, 2006
622006
How realistic are older drivers’ ratings of their driving ability?
MS Horswill, K Sullivan, JK Lurie-Beck, S Smith
Accident Analysis & Prevention 50, 130-137, 2013
552013
The relationship between cognitive ability, insight and self-regulatory behaviors: Findings from the older driver population
IY Wong, SS Smith, KA Sullivan
Accident Analysis & Prevention 49, 316-321, 2012
542012
Two new tools for assessing patients' knowledge and beliefs about obstructive sleep apnea and continuous positive airway pressure therapy
S Smith, C Lang, K Sullivan, J Warren
Sleep Medicine 5 (4), 359-367, 2004
542004
Developing a successful treatment for co-morbid insomnia and sleep apnoea
AM Sweetman, LC Lack, PG Catcheside, NA Antic, CL Chai-Coetzer, ...
Sleep Medicine Reviews 33, 28-38, 2017
492017
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