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Reduced amplitude of the 24 hour activity rhythm: a biomarker of vulnerability to bipolar disorder?
B Bullock, G Murray
Clinical Psychological Science 2 (1), 86-96, 2014
382014
Measuring circadian function in bipolar disorders: empirical and conceptual review of physiological, actigraphic, and self‐report approaches
G Murray, J Gottlieb, MP Hidalgo, B Etain, P Ritter, DJ Skene, C Garbazza, ...
Bipolar Disorders 22 (7), 693-710, 2020
332020
Social rhythms and vulnerability to bipolar disorder
B Bullock, F Judd, G Murray
Journal of Affective Disorders 135 (1-3), 384-388, 2011
312011
Highs and lows, ups and downs: Meteorology and mood in bipolar disorder
B Bullock, G Murray, D Meyer
PLoS One 12 (3), e0173431, 2017
202017
Traits related to bipolar disorder are associated with an increased post-illumination pupil response
B Bullock, EM McGlashan, AC Burns, BS Lu, SW Cain
Psychiatry research 278, 35-41, 2019
182019
Eveningness and seasonality are associated with the bipolar disorder vulnerability trait
B Bullock, J Corlass-Brown, G Murray
Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment 36 (3), 443-451, 2014
172014
Focus: Clocks and Cycles: An Interdisciplinary Perspective on the Association Between Chronotype and Well-being
B Bullock
The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 92 (2), 359, 2019
112019
Development of a measure of sleep, circadian rhythms, and mood: the SCRAM questionnaire
JEM Byrne, B Bullock, G Murray
Frontiers in psychology 8, 2105, 2017
112017
Constraint is associated with earlier circadian phase and morningness: Confirmation of relationships between personality and circadian phase using a constant routine protocol
B Bullock, G Murray, JL Anderson, T Cooper-O'Neill, JJ Gooley, SW Cain, ...
Personality and individual differences 104, 69-74, 2017
82017
Using actigraphy to monitor sleep-wake patterns in bipolar disorder: a case study
B Bullock, FK Judd, G Murray
Clinical Psychology Forum 253, 37-41, 2014
62014
Sleep problems in school aged children: a common process across internalising and externalising behaviours?
DM Bayes, B Bullock
Clocks & Sleep 2 (1), 7-18, 2019
52019
A psychometric investigation of the sleep, circadian rhythms, and mood (SCRAM) questionnaire
JEM Byrne, B Bullock, A Brydon, G Murray
Chronobiology International 36 (2), 265-275, 2019
52019
Psychological interventions to improve sleep in young adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
A Kodsi, B Bullock, GA Kennedy, L Tirlea
Behavioral sleep medicine 20 (1), 125-142, 2022
42022
Adrift in time: the subjective experience of circadian challenge during COVID-19 amongst people with mood disorders
P Kahawage, M Crowe, J Gottlieb, HA Swartz, LN Yatham, B Bullock, ...
Chronobiology International 39 (1), 57-67, 2022
32022
Sleep and psychological wellbeing of racehorse industry workers: A survey of Australian trainers
B Bullock, C Critchley, H Davis, L Tirlea, K Fitzgerald, J Farmer
Australian Journal of Psychology 71 (2), 146-153, 2019
32019
Circadian and sleep/wake variables as predictors of relapse in bipolar disorder
G Murray, F Judd, B Bullock
Bipolar Disorders 9 (11), 2007
32007
The mediating role of perceived social support in the relationship between morningness–eveningness and subjective well‐being
J Gorgol, M Stolarski, B Bullock
Journal of Sleep Research 31 (3), e13520, 2022
22022
Ups and downs in mood and energy: Associations with academic outcomes in higher education.
B Bullock
Student Success 6 (2), 2015
22015
Actigraph-derived variables as predictors of bipolar disorder traits and states: Theoretical and empirical considerations
B Bullock
Doctor of Philosophy), Swinburne University of Technology, 2011
22011
Actigraph data as a biomarker of affective instability: imparseable but important
G Murray, B Bullock, P Indic, F Judd
Fourth Biennial Conference of the International Society for Bipolar …, 2010
22010
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