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Bronwyn Milkins
Bronwyn Milkins
Centre for the Advancement of Research on Emotion, University of Western Australia
Verified email at uwa.edu.au - Homepage
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Assessing the therapeutic potential of targeted attentional bias modification for insomnia using smartphone delivery
PJF Clarke, K Bedford, L Notebaert, RS Bucks, D Rudaizky, BC Milkins, ...
Psychotherapy and psychosomatics 85 (3), 187-189, 2016
292016
The potential benefits of targeted attentional bias modification on cognitive arousal and sleep quality in worry-related sleep disturbance
B Milkins, L Notebaert, C MacLeod, PJF Clarke
Clinical Psychological Science 4 (6), 1015-1027, 2016
212016
Sleep-related attentional bias in insomnia: time to examine moderating factors?
U Akram, NL Barclay, B Milkins
Frontiers in psychology, 2573, 2018
52018
Individuals with clinically significant insomnia symptoms are characterised by a negative sleep-related expectancy bias: Results from a cognitive-experimental assessment
H Courtauld, L Notebaert, B Milkins, SD Kyle, PJF Clarke
Behaviour Research and Therapy 95, 71-78, 2017
52017
The therapeutic potential of attentional bias modification training for insomnia: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial
U Akram, B Milkins, A Ypsilanti, J Reidy, L Lazuras, J Stevenson, ...
Trials 19 (1), 1-9, 2018
32018
Sleep-related Attentional and Interpretive Bias In Insomnia: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.
U Akram, M Gardani, N Barclay, B Milkins, J Stevenson
2022
Why do my thoughts race at night? An examination of mediational relationships involving selective attention, attentional control, worry, and insomnia
B Milkins
2021
IMPAIRED ATTENTIONAL CONTROL DIRECTLY INCREASES REPETITIVE NEGATIVE THINKING AND INSOMNIA SEVERITY: 074
B MILKINS, R BUCKS, P CLARKE, C MACLEOD
Sleep & Biological Rhythms 13, 23-24, 2015
2015
Why do my thoughts race at night?
BC Milkins
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