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We study the role circadian preference plays in health and disease and look at the links between sleep disorders and psychiatric and somatic conditions. We adapt and develop personalized evidence-based psychological interventions (e.g., rational-emotive and cognitive-behavioural approaches) for sleep disorders. We assess the individuals by subjective methods (interviews, scales, logs) and objective ones, such as actigraphy, portable electroencephalography magnetic resonance imaging or genetic analysis.
insomnia, CBT-i, fMRI
Voinescu BI, Wislowska M, Schabus M (2014) Assessment of SOMNOwatch plus EEG for sleep monitoring in healthy individuals. Physiology and Behavior(in press)
Voinescu BI, Szentagotai A, David D (2012) Sleep disturbance, circadian preference and symptoms of adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Journal of Neural Transmission 119(10), 1195-1204