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- (2021). The effects of bright light treatment on subjective and objective sleepiness during three consecutive night shifts among hospital nurses-a counter-balanced placebo-controlled crossover study. . Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health. 145-153.
- (2021). Stability and Change of the Personality Traits Languidity and Flexibility in a Sample of Nurses: A 7–8 Years Follow-Up Study. Frontiers in Psychology. 9 pages.
- (2021). Sleep patterns among Norwegian nurses between the first and second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. BMC Nursing. 7 pages.
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- (2021). Daylight Saving Time preferences in Norway: Do individual chronotype and home address’ latitude and longitude matter? Chronobiology International. 1449-1459.
- (2021). Changes in work schedule affect the prevalence of shift work disorder among Norwegian nurses–a two year follow-up study. Chronobiology International. 924-932.
- (2020). The association between shift work and immunological biomarkers in nurses. Frontiers In Public Health. 1-9.
- (2020). Subjective and objective sleep among air ambulance personnel. Chronobiology International. 129-139.
- (2020). Short sleep duration and high exposure to quick returns are associated with impaired everyday memory in shift workers. Nursing Outlook. 1-9.
- (2020). Self-reported seasonality is strongly associated with chronotype and weakly associated with latitude. Chronobiology International.
- (2020). Role of nocturnal light intensity on adaptation to three consecutive night shifts: a counterbalanced crossover study. Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 249-255.
- (2020). Blue-enriched white light improves performance but not subjective alertness and circadian adaptation during three consecutive simulated night shifts. Frontiers in Psychology. 1-16.
- (2020). Alerting and Circadian Effects of Short-Wavelength vs. Long-Wavelength Narrow-Bandwidth Light during a Simulated Night Shift. Clocks & Sleep. 502-522.
- (2020). Accumulated long-term exposure to workplace bullying impairs psychological hardiness: A five-year longitudinal study among nurses. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH). 1-12.
- (2019). Sleepiness among personnel in the Norwegian Air Ambulance Service. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health. 1121-1130.
- (2019). Short rest between shifts (quick returns) and night work is associated with work-related accidents. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health. 829-835.
- (2019). Pain complaints are associated with quick returns and insomnia among Norwegian nurses, but do not difer between shift workers and day only workers. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health. 1-9.
- (2019). Insomnia as a partial mediator of the relationship between personality and future symptoms of anxiety and depression among nurses. Frontiers in Psychology. 1-10.
- (2019). Causes and management of sleepiness among pilots in a Norwegian and an Austrian air ambulance service—a comparative study. Air Medical Journal. 25-29.
- (2019). A national survey on how sexual activity is perceived to be associated with sleep. Sleep and Biological Rhythms. 65-72.
- (2018). Workaholism and negative work-related incidents among nurses. Industrial Health. 373-381.
- (2018). The association between insomnia and bedroom habits and bedroom characteristics: an exploratory cross-sectional study of a representative sample of adults. Sleep Health. 188-193.
- (2018). Shift work schedule and night work load: Effects on body mass index - A four-year longitudinal study. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health. 251-257.
- (2018). Restless legs syndrome/Willis-Ekbom disease is prevalent in working nurses, but seems not to be associated with shift work schedules. Frontiers in Neurology. 1-7.
- (2018). Migraine, tension-type headache and medication-overuse headache in a large population of shift working nurses: a cross-sectional study in Norway. BMJ Open. 1-7.
- (2018). Long working hours are inversely related to sick leave in the following 3 months: a 4-year registry study. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health. 10 pages.
- (2017). Sleep detriments associated with quick returns in rotating shift work: a diary study. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 522-527.
- (2017). Psychosocial work environment and mental health-related long-term sickness absence among nurses. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health. 195-203.
- (2017). Age and sex differences in bedroom habits and bedroom preferences. Sleep Medicine. 157-161.
- (2016). Short rest between shift intervals increases the risk of sick leave: a prospective registry study. Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 496-501.
- (2016). A longitudinal study of the relationship between the five-factor model of personality and workaholism. TPM - Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology in Applied Psychology. 285-298.
- (2015). Parasomnias are more frequent in shift workers than in day workers. Chronobiology International. 1352-1358.
- (2014). Spontaneous abortions and shift work in a cohort of nurses in Norway. Occupational Medicine & Health Affairs. 160.
- (2014). Short rest periods between work shifts predict sleep and health problems in nurses at 1-year follow-up. Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 555-561.
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- (2013). Sleep and Health in Oil Rig Workers-Before and After a Two Week Work Period Offshore. Industrial Health. 172-179.
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- (2012). Subjective and objective sleepiness among oil rig workers during three different shift schedules. Sleep Medicine. 64-72.
- (2012). Self-reported sleep and health among Norwegian hospital nurses in intensive care units. Nursing in Critical Care. 180-188.
- (2011). Saliva cortisol levels in construction workers in the Arctic (78°N). International Journal of Circumpolar Health. 542-551.
- (2011). Adaptation and readaptation to different shift work schedules measured with sleep diary and actigraphy. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. 331-344.
- (2010). Subjective and objective sleep and sleepiness among tunnel workers in an extreme and isolated environment: 10-h shifts, 21-day working period, at 78 degrees north. Sleep Medicine. 185-190.
- (2010). Still healthy after extended work hours? Ten hours shift, twenty-one days working period for tunnel workers. Industrial Health. 804-810.
- (2010). Shift work and age in the offshore petroleum industry. International Maritime Health. 251-257.
- (2010). Cortisol, reaction time test and health among offshore shift workers. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 1339-1347.
- (2009). Shift work disorder among oil rig workers in the North Sea. Sleep. 558-565.
- (2007). The association between sleep duration, body mass index and metabolic measures in the Hordaland Health Study. Journal of Sleep Research. 66-76.
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Popular scientific lecture
- (2009). Tunnels workers may adapt well to night shift work.
- (2020). Predictors of sleep medication use among Norwegian nurses - a cross-sectional study.
- (2019). Effects of Different Light Intensities on Adaptation to Simulated Night Shifts: A Randomized Counterbalanced Crossover Study.
- (2013). Short rest periods of less than 11 hours between work shifts predict sleep and health problems in nurses at one year follow-up.
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Popular scientific article
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- (2011). Shift work, sleep and health in the petroleum offshore industry.
- (2016). Use of electronic media in bed and reading in bed after bedtime – Age and sex differences in a representative adult population. Journal of Sleep Research. 377-377.
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- (2010). SHIFT WORK, CORTISOL, REACTION TIME TEST AND HEALTH AMONG OFFSHORE WORKERS. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 88-88.
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- (2020). The association between shift work disorder and turnover intention among nurses.
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Academic literature review
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