Sleep, Self-Regulation, Self-Control and Health
Sleep Consistency and Sufficiency: Are Both Necessary for Less Psychological Strain?
Commentary on Barber, Munz, Bagsby & Powell (2009) ‘Sleep Consistency and Sufficiency: Are Both Necessary for Less Psychological Strain?’
Sleep Consistency as a Mechanism for Improving Inhibitory System Strength
Authors' Response to Barber et al. Commentaries: Exploring the Self-Regulatory Strength Model Using Sleep Practices: Potentials and Pitfalls for Future Research
Sleep: An Important Factor in Stress-Health Models
Maternal Psychological Well-Being and Salivary Cortisol in Late Pregnancy and Early Post-Partum
Women's Perceived Frequency of Disturbing Interruptions and Its Relationship to Self-Rated Health and Satisfaction with Life as a Whole
Impact of Integrative Restoration (iRest) Meditation on Perceived Stress Levels in Multiple Sclerosis and Cancer Outpatients
The Responses to Stress Questionnaire: Construct Validity and Prediction of Depressive and Social Anxiety Symptoms in a Sample of Chinese Adolescents
Assessing Coping Strategies by Analysing Expressive Writing Samples