Christopher L. Drake, Ph.D.

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Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, United States 
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Pietro Badia grad student 2001 Bowling Green State University
 (Thermoregulatory response to light exposure: Seasonal affective disorder.)
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Winiger EA, Huggett SB, Hatoum AS, et al. (2019) Onset of Regular Cannabis Use & Young Adult Insomnia: An Analysis of Shared Genetic Liability. Sleep
Cheng P, Drake C. (2016) Occupational Sleep Medicine. Sleep Medicine Clinics. 11: 65-79
Kalmbach DA, Pillai V, Cheng P, et al. (2015) Shift work disorder, depression, and anxiety in the transition to rotating shifts: the role of sleep reactivity. Sleep Medicine. 16: 1532-8
Barnes CM, Drake CL. (2015) Prioritizing Sleep Health: Public Health Policy Recommendations. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 10: 733-7
Drake CL. (2015) The Promise of Digital CBT-I. Sleep
Palagini L, Bruno RM, Paolo T, et al. (2015) Association Between Stress-Related Sleep Reactivity and Metacognitive Beliefs About Sleep in Insomnia Disorder: Preliminary Results. Behavioral Sleep Medicine. 1-14
Kalmbach DA, Pillai V, Arnedt JT, et al. (2015) Identifying At-Risk Individuals for Insomnia Using the Ford Insomnia Response to Stress Test. Sleep
Johnson DA, Drake C, Joseph CL, et al. (2015) Influence of neighbourhood-level crowding on sleep-disordered breathing severity: mediation by body size. Journal of Sleep Research
Palagini L, Drake CL, Gehrman P, et al. (2015) Early-life origin of adult insomnia: does prenatal-early-life stress play a role? Sleep Medicine. 16: 446-56
Drake CL, Belcher R, Howard R, et al. (2015) Length polymorphism in the Period 3 gene is associated with sleepiness and maladaptive circadian phase in night-shift workers. Journal of Sleep Research. 24: 254-61
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