Annie Vallieres, Ph.D.

2003 Universite Laval (Canada) 
Clinical Psychology
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Charles M. Morin grad student 2003 Universite Laval (Canada)
 (Combinaisons sequentielles des traitements pharmacologique et cognitivo-comportemental pour l'insomnie chronique.)
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Chaput JP, Gariépy G, Pendharkar SR, et al. (2022) National strategy on the integration of sleep and circadian rhythms into public health research and policies: Report from the Canadian Sleep and Circadian Network. Sleep Health
Simonelli G, Petit D, Delage JP, et al. (2021) Sleep in times of crises: A scoping review in the early days of the COVID-19 crisis. Sleep Medicine Reviews. 60: 101545
Vallières A, Mérette C, Pappathomas A, et al. (2021) Psychosocial Features of Shift Work Disorder. Brain Sciences. 11
Vallières A, Pappathomas A, Araújo T, et al. (2020) Who Is Seeking Help for Sleep? A Clinical Profile of Patients in a Sleep Psychology Clinic. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine
Bastille-Denis E, Lemyre A, Pappathomas A, et al. (2020) Are cognitive variables that maintain insomnia also involved in shift work disorder? Sleep Health
Morneau A, Vallieres A. (2020) 0949 Should Parents and Children Share the Same Bed? A Systematic Review of the Consequences of Bedsharing on Sleep and Child Development Sleep. 43
Provencher T, Lemyre A, Vallières A, et al. (2019) Insomnia in personality disorders and substance use disorders. Current Opinion in Psychology. 34: 72-76
Lemyre A, St-Onge M, Vallières A. (2019) The perceptions of nightmare sufferers regarding the functions, causes, and consequences of their nightmares, and their coping strategies International Journal of Dream Research. 35-48
Crawford M, Vallieres A, Salanitro M, et al. (2019) P042 Does sleep inertia affect how we perceive time? – Implications for insomnia Bmj Open Respiratory Research. 6
Laroche D, Nolin P, Delage JP, et al. (2019) Adherence to the quarter-hour rule for insomnia: is time perception affected by sleep inertia? Sleep Medicine. 64
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