2022 - Research.com Best Female Scientist Award
2007 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Her primary scientific interests are in Sleep in non-human animals, Developmental psychology, Circadian rhythm, Audiology and Sleep deprivation. Sleep in non-human animals is a primary field of her research addressed under Psychiatry. Her Developmental psychology research incorporates themes from Psychosocial, Sleep patterns, El Niño and Chronotype.
Mary A. Carskadon works mostly in the field of Chronotype, limiting it down to concerns involving Delayed sleep phase and, occasionally, Dark therapy. Her Circadian rhythm research includes themes of Melatonin, Wakefulness and Mood. Her Audiology study incorporates themes from Multiple Sleep Latency Test, Actigraphy, Slow-wave sleep, Sleep onset and Non-rapid eye movement sleep.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sleep in non-human animals, Circadian rhythm, Audiology, Developmental psychology and Psychiatry. Her work in Sleep in non-human animals covers topics such as Mood which are related to areas like Affect. Her Circadian rhythm research incorporates elements of Melatonin, Bedtime and Sleep onset.
Her biological study deals with issues like Non-rapid eye movement sleep, which deal with fields such as Slow-wave sleep. Her studies deal with areas such as Sleep patterns and Chronotype as well as Developmental psychology. Her Polysomnography study combines topics in areas such as Anesthesia and Vigilance.
Sleep in non-human animals, Audiology, Circadian rhythm, Sleep and Clinical psychology are her primary areas of study. Her Sleep in non-human animals research integrates issues from Morning and Mood. Her research investigates the connection between Audiology and topics such as Multiple Sleep Latency Test that intersect with problems in Visual analogue scale.
Her Circadian rhythm research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Melatonin, Sleep pressure, Physiology and Period. Her work on Mental health as part of general Psychiatry research is frequently linked to Binge drinking, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her study ties her expertise on Chronotype together with the subject of Developmental psychology.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Sleep in non-human animals, Circadian rhythm, Audiology, Sleep restriction and Clinical psychology. She combines subjects such as Young adult, Developmental psychology, Bedtime and Cognition with her study of Sleep in non-human animals. Her Circadian rhythm study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Melatonin, Sleep Stages and Period.
Her research in Sleep Stages intersects with topics in Sleep spindle, Electroencephalography and Non-rapid eye movement sleep. Her Audiology research includes elements of Time in bed and Observational study. Her research investigates the connection between Clinical psychology and topics such as Psychiatry that intersect with problems in Analysis of variance and Affect.
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EEG arousals: Scoring rules and examples. A preliminary report from the Sleep Disorders Atlas Task Force of the American Sleep Disorder Association
M. Bonnet;David W. Carley;M. Carskadon;P. Easton.
Meta-Analysis of Quantitative Sleep Parameters From Childhood to Old Age in Healthy Individuals: Developing Normative Sleep Values Across the Human Lifespan
Maurice M. Ohayon;Mary A. Carskadon;Christian Guilleminault;Michael V. Vitiello.
Sleep Schedules and Daytime Functioning in Adolescents
Amy R. Wolfson;Mary A. Carskadon.
Child Development (1998)
Guidelines for the multiple sleep latency Test (MSLT) : a standard measure of sleepiness
M A Carskadon;W C Dement;M M Mitler;T Roth.
Activity-based sleep-wake identification: an empirical test of methodological issues.
Sadeh A;Sharkey Km;Carskadon Ma.
Association between Puberty and Delayed Phase Preference
Mary A. Carskadon;Cecilia Vieira;Christine Acebo.
Catastrophes, sleep, and public policy: consensus report
M M Mitler;M A Carskadon;C A Czeisler;W C Dement.
Sleep, circadian rhythms, and delayed phase in adolescence
Stephanie J. Crowley;Stephanie J. Crowley;Christine Acebo;Christine Acebo;Mary A. Carskadon;Mary A. Carskadon.
Sleep Medicine (2007)
Chapter 2 - Normal Human Sleep : An Overview
Mary A. Carskadon;William C. Dement.
Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine (Fourth Edition) (2005)
Adolescent Sleep Patterns, Circadian Timing, and Sleepiness at a Transition to Early School Days
Mary A. Carskadon;Amy R. Wolfson;Christine Acebo;Orna Tzischinsky.
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