1965 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Thomas Roth focuses on Sleep disorder, Insomnia, Anesthesia, Psychiatry and Polysomnography. His Sleep disorder study is focused on Sleep in non-human animals in general. His studies in Insomnia integrate themes in fields like Primary Insomnia, Mood, Hypnotic, Sleep hygiene and Etiology.
His Anesthesia research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Alertness, Placebo and Sleep onset. His studies in Psychiatry integrate themes in fields like Epidemiology and Clinical psychology. Thomas Roth combines subjects such as Multiple Sleep Latency Test and Tasimelteon with his study of Polysomnography.
Thomas Roth mainly investigates Insomnia, Anesthesia, Sleep in non-human animals, Sleep disorder and Psychiatry. His research in Insomnia intersects with topics in Primary Insomnia, Hypnotic, Internal medicine, Clinical psychology and Physical therapy. His Anesthesia research includes elements of Zolpidem, Multiple Sleep Latency Test, Sleep onset, Placebo and Polysomnography.
His Multiple Sleep Latency Test research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sleep deprivation, Alertness, Vigilance and Audiology. His study ties his expertise on Obstructive sleep apnea together with the subject of Sleep disorder. His study in Depression, Comorbidity and Shift work is carried out as part of his Psychiatry studies.
Insomnia, Sleep in non-human animals, Polysomnography, Anesthesia and Physical therapy are his primary areas of study. His Insomnia research is included under the broader classification of Psychiatry. His Sleep in non-human animals research focuses on Sleep disorder in particular.
His work carried out in the field of Sleep disorder brings together such families of science as Alertness and Substance abuse. His Polysomnography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Zolpidem, Multiple Sleep Latency Test, Sleep onset and Self-administration. Thomas Roth has researched Anesthesia in several fields, including Sodium Oxybate, Placebo, Actigraphy and Narcolepsy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Insomnia, Polysomnography, Anesthesia, Sleep in non-human animals and Placebo. His Insomnia study incorporates themes from Internal medicine, Sleep disorder and Clinical psychology. His studies deal with areas such as Alertness and Fibromyalgia as well as Sleep disorder.
His research integrates issues of Young adult, Primary Insomnia and Somnolence in his study of Polysomnography. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sodium Oxybate, Actigraphy, Randomized controlled trial, Arthroplasty and Narcolepsy. Thomas Roth works mostly in the field of Sleep in non-human animals, limiting it down to topics relating to Physical therapy and, in certain cases, Multiple Sleep Latency Test, Postoperative pain, Concomitant and Blood pressure.
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Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine
Meir H. Kryger;Thomas Roth;William C. Dement..
Mortality and apnea index in obstructive sleep apnea: experience in 385 male patients
Jiang He;Meir H. Kryger;Frank J. Zorick;William Conway.
Sleep disturbance and psychiatric disorders: A longitudinal epidemiological study of young Adults
Naomi Breslau;Thomas Roth;Thomas Roth;Leon Rosenthal;Patricia Andreski.
Biological Psychiatry (1996)
Guidelines for the multiple sleep latency Test (MSLT) : a standard measure of sleepiness
M A Carskadon;W C Dement;M M Mitler;T Roth.
Surgical Correction of Anatomic Abnormalities in Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome: Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty:
Shiro Fujita;William Conway;Frank Zorick;Thomas Roth.
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (1981)
Insomnia: Definition, Prevalence, Etiology, and Consequences
Journal of clinical sleep medicine : JCSM : official publication of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (2007)
Characteristics of insomnia in the United States: results of the 1991 National Sleep Foundation Survey. I
S Ancoli-Israel;T Roth.
Place of chronic insomnia in the course of depressive and anxiety disorders.
Maurice M Ohayon;Thomas Roth.
Journal of Psychiatric Research (2003)
Shift work sleep disorder: prevalence and consequences beyond that of symptomatic day workers.
Christopher L. Drake;Christopher L. Drake;Timothy Roehrs;Timothy Roehrs;Gary Richardson;James K. Walsh.
Prevalence of restless legs syndrome and periodic limb movement disorder in the general population.
Maurice M Ohayon;Thomas Roth.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research (2002)
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