Adriane M. Soehner

2014 Psychology University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
"Adriane Soehner"
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Allison G. Harvey grad student 2014 UC Berkeley
 (You'll Feel Better in the Morning: Slow Wave Activity and Overnight Mood Regulation in Bipolar Disorder.)
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Hasler BP, Soehner AM, Wallace ML, et al. (2021) Experimentally imposed circadian misalignment alters the neural response to monetary rewards and response inhibition in healthy adolescents. Psychological Medicine. 1-9
Dong L, Soehner AM, Bélanger L, et al. (2017) Treatment Agreement, Adherence, and Outcome in Cognitive Behavioral Treatments for Insomnia. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
Kay DB, Karim HT, Soehner AM, et al. (2017) Subjective-Objective Sleep Discrepancy is Associated with Alterations in Regional Glucose Metabolism in Patients with Insomnia and Good Sleeper Controls. Sleep
Dolsen MR, Soehner AM, Harvey AG. (2017) Pro-inflammatory cytokines, mood, and sleep in interepisode bipolar disorder and insomnia: A pilot study with implications for psychosocial interventions. Psychosomatic Medicine
Kanady JC, Soehner AM, Klein AB, et al. (2017) Reply to: Insomnia-related sleep disruptions, cognition and detailed concurrent anxiety testing during the inter-episode phase of bipolar disorder: A Herculean task or a necessity? Journal of Psychiatric Research. 95: 78-79
Soehner AM, Kaplan KA, Saletin JM, et al. (2017) You'll feel better in the morning: slow wave activity and overnight mood regulation in interepisode bipolar disorder. Psychological Medicine. 1-12
Dolsen MR, Soehner AM, Morin CM, et al. (2017) Sleep the Night Before and After a Treatment Session: A Critical Ingredient for Treatment Adherence? Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
Kanady JC, Soehner AM, Klein AB, et al. (2017) The association between insomnia-related sleep disruptions and cognitive dysfunction during the inter-episode phase of bipolar disorder. Journal of Psychiatric Research. 88: 80-88
Kay DB, Karim HT, Soehner AM, et al. (2016) Sleep-Wake Differences in Relative Regional Cerebral Metabolic Rate for Glucose Among Patients With Insomnia Compared With Good Sleepers. Sleep
Soehner AM, Bertocci MA, Manelis A, et al. (2016) Preliminary investigation of the relationships between sleep duration, reward circuitry function, and mood dysregulation in youth offspring of parents with bipolar disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders. 205: 144-153
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