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Current Trainees:

  • Postdoctoral Fellows: Ryan Brindle, PhD, Stephen Smagula, PhD
  • Graduate Students: Laura Samuelsson, MS; Brianna Milligan Taylor, MS, Marissa Bowman
  • Medical Students: Dac Teloni, BS
  • Accepting Trainees: Yes


  • B. Sc., McGill University (Montréal, Québec, Canada), 1996
  • M. Ps., Université de Montréal, (Montréal, Québec, Canada), 2000
  • Ph.D., Université de Montréal, (Montréal, Québec, Canada), 2001
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA), 2001-2005

Research Interests:

Dr. Hall’s research program bridges the traditionally independent fields of behavioral medicine and sleep medicine. Her research focuses on the pathways through which psychological and social factors affect sleep and their downstream consequences to health and functioning, with an emphasis on cardiometabolic disease risk. She has evaluated these relationships in diverse populations across the lifespan, focusing mainly on mid- to adults at increased risk for cardiometabolic disease including caregivers, women during the menopausal transition, individuals with sleep and psychiatric disorders, and adults affected by racial/social disparities. Dr. Hall has been instrumental in developing methods to evaluate these relationships, including the use of ambulatory polysomnography, wrist actigraphy, and analysis of autonomic function during sleep as measured by heart rate variability. Moreover, she has developed methods for evaluating indices of nocturnal physiology that lie in the causal pathway linking sleep with cardiovascular disease. A widely-sought mentor and educator, Dr. Hall is a member of the graduate training faculty in the School of Medicine and the Department of Psychology. She has trained and mentored undergraduate, graduate and medical students, post-doctoral fellows, and junior faculty in diverse components of clinical and translational sleep medicine, with an emphasis on the sleep-health relationship. Dr. Hall serves as key faculty on two NHLBI-funded T32 training grants (HL82610 [D. Buysse, PI], HL007560 [K. Matthews, PI]) and has mentored numerous trainees and junior faculty on projects and important manuscripts in this area (see publications marked by * below).

Research Funding:

  •  R01 HL104607 (Role: PI). Sleep: A Novel Pathway Linking Major Depression and Cardiovascular Disease, 2010-2015.
  •  P01 AG020677 (Role: Core PI, Component Project PI). Aging Well, Sleeping Efficiently: Intervention Studies, 2003-2015.
  •  American Sleep Medicine Foundation Grant (Role: PI). Quantifying the Diagnostic and Therapeutic Utility of Wrist
  • Actigraphy in Insomnia, 2014-2015.
  •  R01 GM113243 (Role: Site PI). Collaborative Research: A Statistical Framework for the Spectral Analysis of Nocturnal
  • Electrophysiological Time Series, 2014-2017. NIH RePORTER Link
  •  U01 AG012546 (Role: Co-I). Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation, 2014-2019. NIH RePORTER Link

Refereed Publications (* denotes work conducted by mentored trainees):

  1. Zakowski SG, Hall M, Baum A. Stress, stress management, and the immune system. Applied and preventive psychology: Current Scientific Perspectives, 1:1-13, 1992.
  2. Baum A, Cohen L, Hall M. Control and intrusive memories as possible determinants of chronic stress. Psychosomatic Medicine,55:274-86, 1993.
  3. Patterson SM, Zakowski SG, Hall M, Cohen L, Wollman K, Baum A. Psychological stress and platelet activation: Differences in platelet reactivity in healthy men during active and passive stressors. Health Psychology, 13:34-8, 1994.
  4. Zakowski SG, Cohen L, Hall M, Wollman K, Baum A. Differential effects of active and passive laboratory stressors on immune function in a group of healthy men. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 1:163-84, 1994.
  5. Hall M, Baum A. Intrusive thoughts as determinants of distress in parents of children with cancer. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 25:1215-30, 1995.
  6. McCann UD, Thorne D, Hall M, Avery W, Sing H, Thomas M, Belenky G. The effects of L-dihydroxyphenylalanine on alertness and mood in alpha-methyl-para-tyrosine-treated normal volunteers: Further evidence for the role of catecholamines in arousal and anxiety. Neuropsychopharmacology, 13:41-52, 1995.
  7. Reynolds CF, Frank E, Perel JM, Mazumdar S, Dew MA, Begley A, Houck PR, Hall M, Mulsant B, Shear MK, Miller MD, Cornes C, Kupfer DJ. High relapse rates after discontinuation of adjunctive mediation in elderly patients with recurrent major depression. American Journal of Psychiatry, 153:1418-22, 1996.
  8. Dew MA, Reynolds CF, Houck P, Hall M, Buysse DJ, Frank E, Kupfer DJ. Temporal profiles of the course of depression during treatment: Predictors of pathways toward recovery in the elderly. Archives of General Psychiatry, 54:1016-24, 1997.
  9. Hall M, Buysse DJ, Dew MA, Prigerson HG, Kupfer DJ, Reynolds CF. Intrusive thoughts and avoidance behaviors are associated with sleep disturbances in bereavement-related depression. Depression and Anxiety, 6:106-12, 1997.
  10. McDermott OD, Prigerson HG, Reynolds CF, Houck PR, Dew MA, Hall M, Mazumdar S, Buysse DJ, Hoch CC, Kupfer DJ. Sleep in the wake of complicated grief: A preliminary report. Biological Psychiatry, 41:710-6, 1997.
  11. Pasternak RE, Prigerson H, Hall M, Miller MD, Fasiczka A, Mazumdar S, Reynolds CF. The post-treatment illness course of depression in bereaved elders: High relapse/recurrence rates. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 5:54-8, 1997.
  12. Reynolds CF, Buysse DJ, Dew MA, Hoch CC, Hall M, Brunner DP, Begley A, Houck PR, Mazumdar S, Perel JM, Kupfer DJ. Maintenance nortriptyline effects on homeostatic control of sleep in elders with recurrent major depression: Double-blind, placebo- and plasma-level controlled evaluation. Biological Psychiatry, 42:560-7, 1997.
  13. Buysse DJ, Hall M, Tu XM, Land S, Houck PR, Cherry CR, Kupfer DJ, Frank E. Latent structure of EEG sleep variables in depressed and control subjects: Descriptions and clinical correlates. Psychiatry Research, 79:105-22, 1998.
  14. Hall M, Baum A, Buysse DJ, Prigerson HG, Kupfer DJ, Reynolds CF. Sleep as a mediator of the stress-immune relationship. Psychosomatic Medicine, 60:48-51, 1998.
  15. Hall M, Bromberger JT, Matthews KA: Socioeconomic status as a correlate of sleep in African-American and Caucasian women. Socioeconomic Status and Health in Industrial Nations: Social, Psychological, and Biological Pathways. Adler NE, Marmot M, McEwen BS, Stewart J (Eds.), Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 427-430, 1999.
  16. Hall M, Buysse DJ, Nowell PD, Nofzinger EA, Houck P, Reynolds CF, Kupfer DJ. Symptoms of stress and depression as correlates of sleep in primary insomnia. Psychosomatic Medicine, 62:227-30, 2000.
  17. Buysse DJ, Hall M, Begley A, Cherry CR, Houck PR, Land S, Ombao H, Kupfer DJ, Frank E. Sleep and treatment response in depression: New findings using power spectral analysis. Psychiatry Research, 103:51-67, 2001.
  18. Zakowski SG, Hall M, Klein LC, Baum A. Appraised control, coping and stress in a community sample: A test of the goodness-of-fit hypothesis. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 23:158-65, 2001.
  19. Hoch CC, Reynolds CF, Buysse DJ, Monk TH, Nowell PD, Begley A, Hall M, Dew MA. Protecting sleep quality in later life: A pilot study of bed restriction and sleep hygiene. Journal of Gerontology Psychological Sciences, 56:52-9, 2001.
  20. Reynolds CF, Buysse DJ, Nofzinger EA, Hall M, Dew MA, Monk TH. Age Wise: Aging well by sleeping well. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 49:491, 2001.
  21. de Moor C, Sterner J, Hall M, Warneke C, Gilani Z, Amato R, Cohen L. A pilot study of the effects of expressive writing on psychological and behavioral adjustment in patients enrolled in a phase II trial of vaccine therapy for metastatic renal cell carcinoma. Health Psychology, 21: 615-9, 2002.
  22. Martire L, Hall M. Dementia caregiving: Recent research on negative health effects and the efficacy of caregiver interventions. CNS Spectrums, 7:791-6, 2002.
  23. Nofzinger EA, Buysse DJ, Miewald JM, Meltzer CC, Price JC, Sembrat RC, Ombao H, Reynolds CF, Monk TH, Hall M, Kupfer DJ, Moore RY. Human regional cerebral glucose metabolism during NREM sleep in relation to waking. Brain, 125:1105-15, 2002.
  24. 24. Dew MA, Hoch CC, Buysse DJ, Monk T, Begley AE, Houck PR, Hall M, Kupfer DJ, Reynolds CF. Healthy older adults sleep
  25. predicts all-cause mortality at 4 to 19 years of follow-up. Psychosomatic Medicine, 65:63-74, 2003.
  26. 25. *Germain A, Buysse DJ, Ombao H, Kupfer DJ, Hall M. Psychophysiological reactivity and coping styles influence the effects of
  27. acute stress exposure on REM sleep. Psychosomatic Medicine, 65:857-64, 2003.
  28. 26. Redwine L, Dang J, Hall M, Irwin M. Disordered sleep, nocturnal cytokines and immunity in alcoholics. Psychosomatic Medicine,
  29. 65:75-85, 2003.
  30. 27. Myaskovsky L, Dew MA, Switzer GE, Hall M, Kormos RL, Goycoolea MA, DiMartini AF, Manzetti JD, McCurry KR. Avoidant
  31. coping with health problems is related to poorer quality of life among lung transplant candidates. Progress in Transplantation,
  32. 13:183-92, 2003.
  33. 28. Hall M, Vasko R, Buysse DJ, Ombao H, Chen Q, Cashmere JD, Kupfer DJ, Thayer JF. Acute stress affects heart rate variability
  34. during sleep. Psychosomatic Medicine, 66:56-62, 2004.
  35. 29. Moul DE, Hall M, Pilkonis PA, Buysse DJ. Self-report measures of insomnia in adults: Rationales, choices, and needs. Sleep
  36. Medicine Reviews, 8:177-98, 2004.
  37. 30. Germain A, Hall M, Krakow B, Shear MK, Buysse DJ. A brief sleep scale for posttraumatic stress disorder: Pittsburgh Sleep
  38. Quality Index addendum for PTSD. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 19:233-44, 2004.
  39. 31. Levitt H, Wood A, Moul DE, Hall M, Germain A, Kupfer DJ, Buysse DJ. A pilot study of daytime alertness and mood in insomnia
  40. patients using ecological momentary assessment. Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 2:113-31, 2004.
  41. 32. Berger AM, Parker KP, Young-McCaughan S, Mallory GA, Barsevick AM, Beck SL, Carpenter JS, Carter PA, Farr LA, Hinds PS,
  42. Lee KA, Miaskowski C, Mock V, Payne JK, Hall M. Sleep/wake disturbances in people with cancer and their caregivers: State of
  43. the science. Oncology Nursing Forum, 32:E98-126, 2005.
  44. 33. Thayer JF, Hall M, Sollers JJ, Fischer JE. Alcohol use, urinary cortisol, and heart rate variability in apparently healthy men:
  45. Evidence for impaired inhibitory control of the HPA axis in heavy drinkers. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 59:244-50,
  46. 2006.
  47. 34. Germain A, Hall M, Shear MK, Nofzinger EA, Buysse DJ. Ecological study of sleep disruption in PTSD: A pilot study. Annals of
  48. the New York Academy of Sciences, 1071:438-41, 2006.
  49. 35. Monk TH, Buysse DJ, Hall M, Nofzinger EA, Thompson W, Mazumdar SA, Reynolds CF. Age-related differences in the lifestyle
  50. regularity of seniors experiencing bereavement, care-giving, insomnia and advancement into old-old age. Chronobiology
  51. International, 23(4):831-41, 2006.
  52. 36. Monk TH, Thompson WK, Buysse DJ, Hall M, Nofzinger EA, Reynolds CF. Sleep in healthy seniors: A diary study of the relation
  53. between bedtime and the amount sleep obtained. Journal of Sleep Research, 15:256-60, 2006.
  54. 37. Nofzinger EA, Nissen C, Germain A, Moul D, Hall M, Price JC, Miewald JM, Buysse DJ. Regional cerebral metabolic correlates
  55. of WASO during NREM sleep in insomnia. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 2(3):316–22, 2006.
  56. 38. Reynolds CF, Buysse DJ, Miller MD, Pollock BG, Hall M, Mazumdar S. Paroxetine treatment of primary insomnia in older adults.
  57. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 14(9):803-7, 2006.
  58. 39. Germain A, Hall M, Shear MK, Nofzinger EA, Buysse DJ. Sleep disruption in PTSD: A pilot study with home-based
  59. polysomnography. Sleep and Biological Rhythms, 4: 286-89, 2006.
  60. 40. Germain A, Shear MK, Hall M, Buysse DJ. Effects of a brief behavioral treatment for PTSD-related sleep disturbances: A pilot
  61. study. Behavior Research and Therapy, 45: 627-32, 2007.
  62. 41. Jennings JR, Muldoon M, Hall M, Buysse DJ, Manuck SB. Self-reported sleep quality is associated with the metabolic
  63. syndrome. Sleep, 30(2):219-23, 2007.
  64. 42. Hall M, Thayer JF, Germain A, Moul D, Vasko R, Puhl M, Miewald J, Buysse DJ. Psychological stress is associated with
  65. heightened physiological arousal during NREM sleep in primary insomnia. Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 5(3):178-93, 2007.
  66. 43. *Okun ML, Hall M, Coussons-Read ME. Sleep disturbances increase IL-6 production during pregnancy: Implications for
  67. pregnancy complications. Reproductive Sciences, 14(6):560-7, 2007.
  68. 44. Buysse DJ, Thompson W, Scott J, Franzen PL, Germain A, Hall M, Moul DE, Nofzinger EA, Kupfer DJ. Daytime symptoms in
  69. primary insomnia: A prospective analysis using ecological momentary assessment. Sleep Medicine, 8:198-208, 2007. PMCID:
  70. PMC1899354
  71. 45. *Troxel WM, Robles T, Hall M, Buysse DJ. Marital quality and the marital bed: Examining the covariation between relationship
  72. quality and sleep. Sleep Medicine Reviews, 11(5):389-404, 2007. PMCID: PMC2644899
  73. 46. *Troxel WM, Cyranowski JM, Hall M, Frank E, Buysse DJ. Attachment anxiety, relationship context, and sleep in women with
  74. recurrent major depression. Psychosomatic Medicine, 69: 692-9, 2007. PMCID: PMC2723846
  75. 47. *Goldman SE, Stone KL, Ancoli-Israel S, Blackwell MA, Ewing SK, Boudreau R, Cauley JA, Hall M, Matthews KA, Newman AB.
  76. Poor sleep is associated with poorer physical performance and greater functional limitations in older women. Sleep,
  77. 30(10):1317-24, 2007. PMCID: PMC2266278
  78. 48. *Ranpuria R, Hall M, Chan CT, Unruh M. Heart rate variability (HRV) in kidney failure: measurement and consequences of
  79. reduced HRV. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation, 23(2):444-9, 2008.
  80. 49. Hall M, Buysse DJ, Nofzinger EA, Reynolds CF, Monk TH. Financial strain is a significant correlate of sleep continuity
  81. disturbances in late-life. Biological Psychology, 77: 217-22, 2008. PMCID: PMC2267650
  82. 50. Hall M, Muldoon MF, Jennings JR, Buysse DJ, Flory JD, Manuck SB. Self-reported sleep duration is associated with the
  83. metabolic syndrome in mid-life adults. Sleep, 31(5):635-43, 2008. PMCID: PMC2398755
  84. 51. *Mezick EJ, Matthews KA, Hall M, Strollo PJ, Buysse DJ, Kamarck TW, Owens JF, Reis SE. Influence of race and
  85. socioeconomic status on sleep: Pittsburgh SleepSCORE project. Psychosomatic Medicine, 70:410-6, 2008. PMCID:
  86. PMC2887747
  87. 52. *Goldman SE, Hall M, Boudreau R, Matthews KA, Cauley JA, Ancoli-Israel S, Stone KL, Rubin SM, Satterfield S, Simonsick EM,
  88. Newman AB. Association between nighttime sleep and napping in older adults. Sleep, 31(5):733-40, 2008. PMCID:
  89. PMC2398743
  90. 53. Kravitz HM, Zhao X, Bromberger JT, Gold EB, Hall M, Matthews KA, Sowers, MF. Sleep disturbance during the menopausal
  91. transition in a multi-ethnic community sample of women. Sleep, 31(7):979-90, 2008. PMCID: PMC2491500
  92. 54. Matthews KA, Kamarck TW, Hall M, Strollo PJ, Owens JF, Buysse DJ, Lee L, Reis SE. Blood pressure dipping and sleep
  93. disturbance in african american and caucasian men and women. American Journal of Hypertension, 21(7):826-31, 2008.
  94. PMCID: PMC2890257
  95. 55. Sowers MF, Zheng H, Kravitz HM, Matthews KA, Bromberger JT, Gold EB, Owens J, Consens F, Hall M. Sex steroid hormone
  96. profiles are related to sleep measures from polysomnography and the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index. Sleep, 31(10):1339-49,
  97. 2008. PMCID: PMC2572739
  98. 56. *Goldman SE, Ancoli-Israel S, Boudreau R, Cauley JA, Hall M, Stone KL, Rubin SM, Satterfield S, Simonsick EM, Newman AB.
  99. Sleep problems and associated daytime fatigue in community-dwelling older individuals. Journal of Gerontology: Medical
  100. Sciences, 63A(10):1069-75, 2008.
  101. 57. Buysse DJ, Hall M, Strollo PJ, Kamarck TW, Owens J, Lee L, Reis S, Matthews, KA. Relationships between the Pittsburgh
  102. Sleep Quality Index (PSQI), Epworth Sleepiness Scale (ESS), and clinical/polysomnographic measures in a community sample.
  103. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 4(6):563-71, 2008. PMCID: PMC2603534
  104. 58. Buysse DJ, Germain A, Hall M, Moul DE, Nofzinger EA, Begley A, Ehlers C, Thompson W, Kupfer DJ. EEG spectral analysis in
  105. primary insomnia: NREM period effects and sex differences. Sleep, 31(12):1673-82, 2008. PMCID: PMC2603490
  106. 59. Hall M, Matthews K, Kravitz H, Gold E, Buysse DJ, Bromberger J, Owens J, Sowers MF. Race and financial strain are
  107. independent correlates of sleep in mid-life women: The SWAN Sleep Study. Sleep, 32(1):73-82, 2009. PMCID: PMC2625326
  108. 60. *Troxel WM, Buysse DJ, Hall M, and Matthews KA. Marital happiness and sleep disturbances in a multi-ethnic sample of
  109. middle-aged women. Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 7:2-29, 2009. PMCID: PMC2654623
  110. 61. *Okun ML, Hanusa B, Hall M, Wisner K. Sleep complaints in late pregnancy and the recurrence of postpartum depression.
  111. Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 7:106-17, 2009. PMCID: PMC2909658
  112. 62. *Okun ML, Kravitz HM, Sowers MF, Moul DE, Buysse DJ, Hall M. Psychometric evaluation of the insomnia symptom
  113. questionnaire: A self-report measure to identify chronic insomnia. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 5:41-51, 2009. PMCID:
  114. PMC2637165
  115. 63. *Okun ML, Coussons-Read ME, Hall M. Disturbed sleep is associated with increased C-reactive protein in young women. Brain,
  116. Behavior, and Immunity, 23:351-4, 2009. PMCID: PMC2909667
  117. 64. *Okun ML, Roberts JM, Marsland AL, Hall M. How disturbed sleep may be a risk factor for adverse pregnancy outcomes. A
  118. Hypothesis. Ob-Gyn Survey, 64:273-80, 2009. PMCID: PMC2880322
  119. 65. *Mezick EJ, Matthews KA, Hall M, Kamarck TW, Buysse DJ, Owens JF, Reis SE. Intra-individual variability in sleep duration and
  120. fragmentation: Associations with stress. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 34:1346-54, 2009. PMCID: 2743778
  121. 66. *Prather AA, Marsland AL, Hall M, Neumann SA, Muldoon MF, Manuck SB. Normative variation in self-reported sleep quality and
  122. sleep debt is associated with stimulated pro-inflammatory cytokine production. Biological Psychology, 82(1):12-7, 2009. PMCID:
  123. PMC2727147
  124. 67. Reynolds CF, Serody L, Okun ML, Hall M, Houck PR, Patrick S, Maurer J, Bensasi S, Mazumdar S, Bell B, Nebes RD, Miller
  125. MD, Dew MA, and Nofzinger EA. Protecting sleep, promoting health in later life: A randomized clinical trial. Psychosomatic
  126. Medicine, 72(2):178-86, 2010. PMCID: PMC2846078
  127. 68. Troxel WM, Buysse DJ, Hall M, Kamarck T, Owens JF, Strollo PJ, Reis SE, Matthews KA. Social integration, social contacts, and
  128. nocturnal blood pressure in African Americans and Caucasians. Journal of Hypertension, 28: 265-71, 2010. PMCID:
  129. PMC2864490
  130. 69. Vahtera J, Westerlund H, Hall M, Sjˆsten N, Kivim‰ki M, Salo P, Ferrie JE, Jokela M, Pentti J, Singh-Manoux A, Goldberg M,
  131. Zins M. Effect of retirement on sleep disturbances: The GAZEL prospective cohort study. Sleep, 31(11):1459-66, 2009. PMCID:
  132. PMC2768952
  133. 70. Nabi H, Hall M, Koskenvuo M, Singh-Manoux A, Oksanen T, Suominen S, Kivim‰ki M, Vahtera J. Psychological and somatic
  134. symptoms of anxiety and risk of coronary heart disease: The HeSSup Prospective Cohort Study. Biological Psychiatry,
  135. 67:378-85, 2010. PMCID: PMC2963017
  136. 71. *Okun ML, Krafty RT, Buysse DJ, Monk TH, Reynolds CF, Begley A, Hall M. What constitutes too long of a delay? Determining
  137. the cortisol awakening response (CAR) using self-report and PSG-assessed wake time. Psychoneuroendocrinology,
  138. 35(3):460-8, 2010. PMCID: PMC2823961
  139. 72. *Mezick EJ, Matthews KA, Hall M, Kamarck TW, Strollo PJ, Buysse DJ, Owens JF, Reis SE. Low life purpose and high hostility
  140. are related to an attenuated decline in nocturnal blood pressure. Health Psychology, 29(2):196-204, 2010. PMCID: PMC2841295
  141. 73. Troxel WM, Buysse DJ, Matthews KA, Kravitz HM, Bromberger JT, Sowers MF, Hall M. Marital/cohabitation status and history in
  142. relation to sleep in midlife women. Sleep, 33(7):862-3, 2010. PMCID: PMC199762
  143. 74. Owens JF, Buysse DJ, Hall M, Kamarck TW, Lee L, Strollo PJ, Reis SE, Matthews KA. Napping, nighttime sleep, and
  144. cardiovascular risk factor in mid-life adults. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 6(4):330-5, 2010. PMCID: PMC2919622
  145. 75. Matthews KA, Zheng H, Kravitz HM, Sowers M, Bromberger JT, Buysse DJ, Owens JF, Sanders M, and Hall M: Are
  146. inflammatory and coagulation biomarkers related to sleep characteristics in mid-life women? Study of Women’s Health across
  147. the Nation sleep study. Sleep, 33(12):1649-1655, 2010. PMCID: PMC2982735
  148. 76. Nabi H, Shipley MJ, Vahtera J, Hall M, Korkeila J, Marmot MG, Kivimaki M, Singh-Manoux A: Effects of depressive symptoms
  149. and coronary heart disease and their interactive associations on mortality in middle-aged adults: the Whitehall II cohort study.
  150. Heart, 96(20):1645-1650, 2010. PMCID: PMC3151258
  151. 77. *Roumelioti ME, Ranpuria R, Hall M, Hotchkiss JR, Chan CT, Unruh ML, Argyropoulos C. Abnormal nocturnal heart rate
  152. variability response among chronic kidney disease and dialysis patients during wakefulness and sleep. Nephrology Dialysis
  153. Transplantation, 25(11):3733-3741, 2010. PMCID: PMC2980993
  154. 78. Salo P, Oksanen T, Sivertsen B, Hall M, Pentti J, Virtanen M, Vahtera J, Kivimaki M. Sleep disturbances as a predictor of
  155. cause-specific work disability and delayed return to work. Sleep, 33(10):1323-1331, 2010. PMCID: PMC2941418
  156. 79. Troxel WM, Buysse DJ, Matthews KA, Kip KE, Strollo PJ, Hall M, Drumheller O, Reis SE. Sleep symptoms predict the
  157. development of the metabolic syndrome. Sleep, 33(12):1633-1640, 2010. PMCID: PMC2982733
  158. 80. Troxel WM, Buysse DJ, Monk TH, Begley A, Hall M. Does social support differentially affect sleep in older adults with versus
  159. without insomnia? Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 69(5):459-466, 2010. PMCID: PMC2958100
  160. 81. *Mezick EJ, Hall M, Matthews KA. Are sleep and depression independent or overlapping risk factors for cardiometabolic
  161. disease? Sleep Medicine Reviews, 15(1):51-63, 2011. PMCID: PMC2928398
  162. 82. Okun ML, Reynolds CF, Buysse DJ, Monk TH, Mazumdar S, Begley A, Hall M. Sleep variability, health-related practices and
  163. inflammatory markers in a community dwelling sample of older adults. Psychosomatic Medicine, 73(2): 142-50, 2011. PMCID:
  164. PMC3106426
  165. 83. Matthews KA, Strollo PJ, Hall M, Mezick EJ, Kamarck TW, Owens JF, Buysse DJ, Reis SE. Associations of Framingham risk
  166. score profile and coronary artery calcification with sleep characteristics in middle-aged men and women: Pittsburgh
  167. SleepSCORE study. Sleep, 34(6):711-716, 2011. PMCID: PMC3099492
  168. 84. Kravitz HM, Avery E, Sowers MF, Bromberger JT, Owens JF, Matthews KA, Hall M, Zheng H, Gold EB, Buysse DJ.
  169. Relationships between menopausal and mood symptoms and EEG sleep measures in a multi-ethnic sample of middle-aged
  170. women: The SWAN Sleep Study. Sleep, 34(9): 1221-1232, 2011. PMCID: PMC3157664
  171. 85. Krafty RT, Hall M, Guo W. Functional mixed effects spectral analysis. Biometrika, 98(3): 583-98, 2011.
  172. 86. Franzen PL, Gianaros PJ, Marsland AL, Hall M, Siegle GJ, Dahl RE, Buysse DJ: Cardiovascular reactivity to acute psychological
  173. stress following sleep deprivation. Psychosomatic Medicine, 73:679-682, 2011. PMCID: PMC3614084
  174. 87. *Beatty DL, Hall M, Kamarck TA, Buysse DJ, Owens FJ, Reis SE, Mezick EJ, Strollo PJ, Matthews KA. Unfair treatment is
  175. associated with poor sleep in African American and Caucasian adults: Pittsburgh SleepSCORE Project. Health Psychology,
  176. 30(3): 351-9, 2011. PMCID: PMC3131074
  177. 88. Campbell I, Bromberger J, Buysse D, Hall M, Hardin K, Kravitz HM, Matthews K, Rasor M, Utts J, Gold E. Evaluation of the
  178. association of menopausal status with delta and beta EEG activity during sleep. Sleep 34(11):1561-1568, 2011. PMCID:
  179. PMC3198211
  180. 89. Zheng H, Sowers MF, Buysse DJ, Consens F, Kravitz HM, Matthews KA, Owens JF, Gold EB, Hall M. Sources of variability in
  181. epidemiological studies of sleep using repeated nights of in-home polysomnography: SWAN Sleep Study. Journal of Clinical
  182. Sleep Medicine 8(1): 86-97, 2012. PMCID: PMC3266336
  183. 90. *Mezick EJ, Hall M, Matthews KA. Sleep duration and ambulatory blood pressure in black and white adolescents. Hypertension
  184. 59: 747-52, 2012. PMCID: PMC3314491
  185. 91. Salo P, Vahtera J, Hall M, Rod NH, Virtanen M, Pentti J, Sjˆsten N, Oksanen T, Kivim‰ki M. Using repeated measures of sleep
  186. disturbances to predict future diagnosis-specific work disability: A cohort study. Sleep, 35(4):559-69, 2012. PMCID:
  187. PMC3296798
  188. 92. Hall M, Okun ML, Sowers MF, Matthews KA, Kravitz HM, Hardin K, Buysse DJ, Bromberger JT, Owens JF, Karpov I, Sanders
  189. MH. Sleep is associated with the metabolic syndrome in a multi-ethnic cohort of mid-life women: The SWAN Sleep Study. Sleep,
  190. 35(6):783-79, 2012. PMCID: PMC3353036
  191. 93. *Prather AA, Hall M, Fury JM, Ross DC, Muldoon MF, Cohen S, Marsland A. Sleep and antibody response to Hepatitis B
  192. vaccination. Sleep, 35(8):1063-9, 2012. PMCID: PMC3397812
  193. 94. *Israel B, Buysse DJ, Krafty RT, Begley A, Miewald J, Hall M. Short-term stability of sleep and heart rate variability in good
  194. sleepers and patients with insomnia: For some measures, one night is enough. Sleep, 35(9):1285-91, 2012. PMCID:
  195. PMC3413806
  196. 95. *Kline CE, Sui X, Hall M, Youngstedt SD, Blair SN, Earnest CP, Church TS. Dose-response effects of exercise training on the
  197. subjective sleep quality of postmenopausal women: exploratory analyses of a randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open, 2(4),
  198. 2012. PMCID: PMC3400065
  199. 96. Matthews KA, Dahl RE, Owens JF, Lee L, Hall M. Sleep duration and insulin resistance in healthy black and white adolescents.
  200. Sleep, 35(10):1353-58, 2012. PMCID: PMC23024433
  201. 97. Boudebesse C, Leboyer M, Begley A, Wood A, Miewald J, Hall M, Frank E, Kupfer DJ, Germain A. Comparison of five
  202. actigraphy scoring methods in bipolar disorder: An objective/subjective spectrum of processing. Behavioral Sleep Medicine,
  203. 11:1-8, 2013. PMCID: PMC3869094
  204. 98. Appelhans BM, Janssen I, Cursio JF, Matthews KA, Hall M, Gold EB, Burns JW, Kravitz HM. Sleep duration and weight changes
  205. in midlife women: The SWAN Sleep Study. Obesity, 21(1):77-84, 2013. PMCID: PMC3484178
  206. 99. Krafty RT, Xiong S, Stoffer DS, Buysse DJ, Hall M. Enveloping spectral surfaces: covariate dependent spectral analysis of
  207. categorical time series. Journal of Time Series Analysis, 33(5):797-806, 2012. PMCID: PMC4002131
  208. 100. *Irish LA, Dougall AL, Delahanty DL, Hall M. The impact of sleep complaints on physical health and immune outcomes in rescue
  209. workers: A 1-year prospective study. Psychosomatic Medicine, 75(2):196-201, 2013. PMCID: PMC3902641.
  210. 101. *Levenson JC, Troxel WM, Begley A, Hall M, Germain A, Monk TH, Buysse DJ. A quantitative approach to distinguishing older
  211. adults with insomnia from good sleeper controls. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 9(2):125-131, 2013. PMCID: PMC3544379
  212. 102. Insana SP, Hall M, Buysse DJ, Germain A. Validation of the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index Addendum for Posttraumatic Stress
  213. Disorder (PSQI-A) in U.S. Male Military Veterans. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 26(2):192-200, 2013. PMCID: PMC3746481
  214. 103. Lewis TT, Troxel WM, Kravitz HM, Bromberger JT, Matthews KA, Hall M. Chronic exposure to everyday discrimination and sleep
  215. in a multi-ethnic sample of middle-aged women. Health Psychology, 32(7):810-19, 2013. PMCID: PMC3654016
  216. 104. *Kline CE, Irish LA, Krafty RT, Sternfeld B, Kravitz HM, Buysse DJ, Bromberger JT, Dugan SA, Hall M. Consistently high
  217. sports/exercise activity is associated with better sleep quality, continuity and depth in midlife women: The SWAN Sleep Study.
  218. Sleep, 36(9):1279-88, 2013. PMCID: PMC3738036
  219. 105. Krafty RT, Hall M. Canonical correlation analysis between time series and static outcomes, with application to the spectral
  220. analysis of heart rate variability. Annals of Applied Statistics, 7(1):570-87, 2013. PMCID: PMC4025993
  221. 106. Low CA, Matthews KA, Hall M. Approach coping is associated with lower CRP among adolescents experiencing interpersonal
  222. stress. Psychosomatic Medicine, 75(6):449-52, 2013. PMCID: PMC3679199
  223. 107. Hall M, Middleton K, Thayer JF, Lewis TT, Kline CE, Matthews KA, Kravitz HM, Krafty RT, Buysse DJ. Racial differences in heart
  224. rate variability during sleep in women: The Study of Women Across the Nation Sleep Study. Psychosomatic Medicine,
  225. 75:783-790, 2013. PMCID: PMC3902648
  226. 108. Okun ML, Kline CE, Roberts JM, Wettlaufer B, Glover K, Hall M. Prevalence of sleep deficiency in early gestation and its
  227. associations with stress and depressive symptoms. Journal of Women’s Health, 22(12):1028-37, 2013. PMCID: PMC3852611
  228. 109. *Mezick EJ, Matthews KA, Hall M, Richard JJ, Kamarck TW. Sleep duration and cardiovascular responses to stress in
  229. undergraduate men. Psychophysiology, 51(1): 88-96, 2014. PMCID: PMC3883723
  230. 110. Matthews KA, Chang Y, Kravitz HM, Bromberger JT, Owens JF, Buysse DJ, Hall M. Sleep and risk for high blood pressure and
  231. hypertension in midlife women: The SWAN sleep study. Sleep Medicine, 15:203-208, 2014. PMCID: PMC3946296
  232. 111. Krafty RT, Zhao M, Buysse DJ, Thayer JF, Hall M. Nonparametric spectral analysis of heart rate variability through penalized
  233. sum of squares. Statistics in Medicine, 33(8):1383-1394, 2014. PMCID: PMC3947457
  234. 112. Tyagi S, Resnick NM, Perera S, Monk TH, Hall M, Buysse DJ. Behavioral treatment of insomnia: Also effective for nocturia.
  235. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 62(1):54-60, 2014. PMCID: PMC4055528
  236. 113. Redline S, Sotres-Alvarez D, Loredo J, Hall M, Patel SR, Ramos A, Shah N, Ries A, Arens R, Barnhart J, Youngblood L, Zee P,
  237. Daviglus ML. Sleep disordered breathing in Hispanic/Latino individuals of diverse backgrounds. American Journal of Respiratory
  238. and Critical Care Medicine, 189(3):335-344, 2014. PMCID: PMC3977733
  239. 114. Gunn, HE, Troxel WM, Hall M, Germain A, Buysse DJ. Interpersonal distress is associated with sleep and arousal in insomnia
  240. and good sleepers. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 76(3):242-248, 2014. PMCID: PMC4018775
  241. 115. *Irish LA, Kline CE, Rothenberger SD, Krafty RT, Buysse DJ, Kravitz HM, Bromberger JT, Zheng H, Hall M. A 24 hour approach
  242. to the study of health behaviors: Temporal dynamics of waking health behaviors and sleep. Annals of Behavioral Medicine,
  243. 47(2):189-197, 2014. PMCID: PMC3956705
  244. 116. Tyagi S, Resnick NM, Perera S, Monk T, Hall M, Buysse DJ. Behavioral treatment of chronic insomnia in older adults: Does
  245. nocturia matter? Sleep, 37(4):681-687, 2014. PMCID: PMC4044748
  246. 117. Hale L, Troxel WM, Kravitz HM, Hall M, Matthews KA. Acculturation and sleep among a multiethnic sample of women: The
  247. Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation (SWAN). Sleep, 37(2):309-317, 2014. PMCID: PMC3900614
  248. 118. Matthews KA, Hall M, Dahl RE. Sleep duration, fragmentation and sleep quality among black and white adolescents: Should
  249. pediatricians be concerned? Pediatrics (in press). PMCID: PMC4006433
  250. 119. Okun ML, Tolge M, Hall M. Low socioeconomic status negatively impacts sleep in pregnant women. Journal of Obstetric,
  251. Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 43(2):160-167, 2014. PMCID: PMC4084506
  252. 120. Zheng H, Harlow SD, Kravitz HM, Bromberger J, Buysse DJ, Matthews KA, Gold EB, Owens JF, Hall M. Actigraphy-defined
  253. measures of sleep and movement across the menstrual cycle in midlife menstruating women: The SWAN Sleep Study.
  254. Menopause (in press).
  255. 121. Gehrman PR, Hall M, Barilla H, Buysse DJ, Perlis M, Gooneratne NS, and Ross RJ: Stress reactivity in insomnia. Behavioral
  256. Sleep Medicine (in press).
  257. 122. *Kay DB, Buysse DJ, Germain A, Hall M, Monk TH. Subjective-objective discrepancy in sleep among older adults: Associations
  258. with insomnia diagnosis and insomnia treatment. Journal of Sleep Research (in press).
  259. 123. Soreca I, Buttenfield J, Hall M, Kupfer DJ. Screening for obstructive sleep apnea in patients with bipolar I disorder: comparison
  260. between subjective and objective measures. Bipolar Disorders (in press).
  261. 124. Germain A, Richardson R, Stocker R, Mammen O, Hall M, Bramoweth A, Begley A, Rode N, Frank E, Haas G, Buysse DJ.
  262. Treatment for insomnia in combat-exposed OEF/OIF/OND military veterans: Preliminary randomized controlled trial. Behaviour
  263. Research and Therapy, 61:78-88, 2014. PMCID: In process
  264. 125. *Kline CE, Irish LA, Owens JF, Bromberger JT, Gold EB, Kravitz HM, Sanders MH, Buysse DJ, Okun ML, Hall M. Sleep hygiene
  265. behaviors of midlife women with insomnia or sleep-disordered breathing: The SWAN Sleep Study. Journal of Women’s Health,
  266. 23(11):894-903, 2014. PMCID: In process
  267. 126. Hall M, Cheng Y, Matthews KA. Sleep duration during the school week is associated with C-reactive protein risk groups in
  268. healthy adolescents. Sleep Medicine, 16(1):73-8, 2015.
  269. 127. Hall M, Smagula SF, Boudreau RB, Ayonayon HN, Goldman SE, Harris TB, Naydeck BL, Rubin SM, Samuelsson LB, Satterfield
  270. S, Stone KL, Visser M, Newman AB. Association between short sleep duration and mortality is mediated by markers of
  271. inflammation in older adults: The Health, Aging and Body Composition Study. Sleep (in press).
  272. 128. Kravitz HM, Zheng H, Bromberger JT, Buysse DJ, Owens J, Hall M. An actigraphy study of sleep and pain in midlife women: The
  273. SWAN sleep study. Menopause (in press).
  274. 129. Troxel WM, Lee L, Hall M, Matthews KA. Single-parent family structure and sleep problems in black and white adolescents.
  275. Sleep Medicine, 15(2):255-261, 2014. PMCID: PMC3933955
  276. 130. Frank E, Wallace ML, Hall M, Hasler B, Levenson JC, Janney C, Soreca I, Fleming MC, Buttenfield J, Kupfer DJ. An integrated
  277. risk reduction intervention can reduce body mass index in individuals being treated for bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorders
  278. (in press).
  279. 131. *Rothenberger SD, Krafty RT, Taylor BJ, Cribbet MR, Thayer JF, Buysse DJ, Kravitz HM, Buysse ED, Hall M. Time-varying
  280. correlations between slow wave sleep and heart rate variability in midlife women: The SWAN Sleep Study. Psychophysiology
  281. (in press).
  282. 132. *Irish L, Kline CE, Gunn HE, Buysse DJ, Hall M. The role of sleep hygiene in promoting public health: A review of empirical
  283. evidence. Sleep Medicine Reviews (in press).
  284. 133. Matthews KA, Hall M, Cousins J, Lee L. Getting a good night’s sleep in adolescence: Do strategies for coping with stress
  285. matter? Behavioral Sleep Medicine (in press).
  286. 134. *Wilckens KA, Hall M, Nebes RD, Monk TH, Buysse DJ. Associations between sleep and cognitive performance before and after
  287. a behavioral intervention for chronic insomnia in older adults. Behavioral Sleep Medicine (in press).
  288. 135. Prather AA, Janicki-Deverts D, Hall M, Cohen S. Sleep and susceptibility to the common cold. Sleep (in press).