SLEEP RESEARCH GROUP MEETINGS
  The sleep research group meetings are an informal forum to discuss current topics and published papers in sleep research, and preliminary data and projects. Topics discussed include: animal physiology and circadian timing, human sleep and its disorders, and mental health and treatment implications.
  For further information about these events, please contact Louise Beattie or Aliyah Rehman.
SCHEDULED TALKS
COMING SOON
PAST PRESENTATIONS
June 24th 2016
1:00pm
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
"Altered emotion perception in young adults more vulnerable to stress related insomnia and emotion perception"
by Louise Beattie
March 11th 2016
12:30pm
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
To be announced
by Kathryn Wilkie
Invited by Stephany M. Biello
March 11th 2016
12:00pm
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
The impact of voluntary exercise on circadian rhythms of an aged animal
by Brogan Adey
Invited by Stephany M. Biello
March 4th 2016
12:00pm
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
Sleep and jumping to conclusions: what's the link?
by Kelly-Ann Dempster
Invited by Aliyah Rehman
February 25th 2016
1:00pm
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
Emotion perception, stress, and vulnerability to insomnia
by Jessica McLaren
Invited by Louise Beattie
February 19th 2016
12:00pm
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
Sleep disturbance and wellbeing after sports concussions
by Hannah Miller
Invited by Maria Gardani
February 11th 2016
12:00pm
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
A systematic review of the nature and correlates of sleep disturbance in early psychosis
by Louise Beattie
February 5th 2016
12:00pm
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
A new instrument for the assessment of sleep loss and sleep satiation: the Glasgow Sleep Loss and Sleep Satiation Scale. A proposal
by George Rigas
Invited by Louise Beattie
January 29th 2016
1:00pm
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
Sleep disturbances in pre-school children and parents
by Rosalind Evison
Invited by Maria Gardani
December 4th 2015
12:30pm
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
A new instrument for the assessment of sleep loss and sleep satiation: the Glasgow Sleep Loss and Sleep Satiation Scale. A proposal
by George Rigas
MSc student
Invited by Louise Beattie
December 4th 2015
12:00pm
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
Sleep and mood disruption: A proposal
by Ryan Bowman
MSc student
Invited by Louise Beattie
November 27th 2015
1:00pm
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
The influence of video games on dreams: implications for sleep and dream function
by Eva Murzyn
November 20th 2015
12:30pm
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
Running from dim implications of the urban photoperiod: can exercise attenuate the metabolic effects of circadian desynchrony?
by Kathryn Wilkie
Invited by Stephany M. Biello
November 20th 2015
12:00pm
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
To be announced
by Laura McBride
Maxi student
Invited by Aliyah Rehman
November 13th 2015
12:00pm
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
Jumping to Conclusions and sleep: what's the link?
by Kellyann Dempster
Maxi student
Invited by Aliyah Rehman
November 10th 2015
1:00pm
Seminar Room, Level 5, 58 Hillhead Street
World Sleep Federation debrief
by Aliyah Rehman
October 28th 2015
11:30am
room 520, Boyd Orr Building
Diagnosis and Treatment of Insomnia in Brain injured patients
by Maria Gardani
October 23rd 2015
12:00pm
Seminar Room, Level 5, 58 Hillhead Street
Cognitive factors in insomnia; conceptual and practical issues
by Heather Woods
October 16th 2015
12:00pm
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
The impact of stress and vulnerability to stress-induced insomnia on emotion perception: a proposal
by Jessica McLaren
Maxi student
Invited by Louise Beattie
October 9th 2015
12:00pm
Meeting Room, Level 6, 58 Hillhead Street
Attentional bias and insomnia disorder
by Louise Beattie
October 1st 2015
4:00pm
Room 245A, 58 Hillhead Street
For information please email: sleep@psy.gla.ac.uk. If you would like to present, please email: l.beattie@psy.gla.ac.uk
by
Invited by Louise Beattie
May 30th 2013
3:00pm
Room 245A, 58 Hillhead Street
APSS 2013 review
by Louise Beattie