Janna Mantua, PhD

Affiliations: 
Behavioral Biology Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Silver Spring, MD, United States 
Area:
Sleep, neurocognitive performance, traumatic brain injury, military medicine
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Ritland BM, Naylor JA, Bessey AF, et al. (2021) Transitioning from daytime to nighttime operations in military training has a temporary negative impact on dynamic balance and jump performance in U.S. Army Rangers. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport
Mantua J, Pirner MC, Doyle ST, et al. (2021) Sleep and occupational well-being in active duty special operations soldiers: A replication and expansion. Sleep Health
Mantua J, Bessey AF, Sowden WJ. (2020) Poor Subjective Sleep Quality Is Associated with Poor Occupational Outcomes in Elite Soldiers. Clocks & Sleep. 2: 182-193
Mantua J, Sowden WJ, St Pierre ME, et al. (2020) Maximising military field research participant engagement: the 'when' and 'where' may make a difference. Bmj Military Health
Mantua J, Bessey AF, Mickelson C, et al. (2020) Sleep and high-risk behavior in military Service Members: A mega-analysis of four diverse U.S. Army units. Sleep
Mantua J, Bessey AF, Sowden WJ. (2020) Poor Subjective Sleep Quality Is Associated with Poor Occupational Outcomes in Elite Soldiers. Clocks & Sleep. 2: 182-193
Bottary R, Simonelli G, Cunningham TJ, et al. (2020) Sleep extension: an explanation for increased pandemic dream recall? Sleep
Mantua J, Bessey AF, Ritland BM, et al. (2020) Sleep loss is related to unstable stationary balance in U.S. Army soldiers in an operationally-relevant context. Sleep Medicine. 73: 130-134
Mantua J, Brager AJ, Alger SE, et al. (2020) Self-Reported Sleep Need, Subjective Resilience, and Cognitive Performance Following Sleep Loss and Recovery Sleep. Psychological Reports. 33294119899896
Ritland BM, Naylor JA, McKeon AB, et al. (2020) Transitioning From Daytime To Nighttime Operations During Military Training Negatively Impacts Dynamic Balance And Vertical Jump Performance In Elite Male Army Soldiers: 790 Board #5 May 27 3:15 PM - 5:15 PM Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 52: 188-188
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