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Peer-reviewed Journal Articles    


Sullivan, E., Halstead, E., Ellis, J. G., & Dimitriou, D. (2021). Anxiety, Insomnia and Napping Predict Poorer Sleep Quality in an Autistic Adult Population. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(18), 9883.


Halstead, E., Sullivan, E., & Dimitriou, D. (2021). The impact of COVID-19 on sleep in autistic adults: Longitudinal comparisons pre and during lockdown. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 12: 708339.

Halstead, E., Sullivan, E., Zambelli, Z., Ellis, J. G., & Dimitriou, D. (2021). The treatment of sleep problems in autistic adults in the United Kingdom. Autism, 13623613211007226.

Halstead, E. J., Joyce, A., Sullivan, E., Tywyn, C., Davies, K., Jones, A., & Dimitriou, D. (2021). Sleep disturbances and patterns in children with neurodevelopmental conditions. Frontiers in pediatrics, 9, 91.



Blakey, E., Carroll, D., Matthews, D., Cameron, D., Sullivan, E., Ridley, E.,...Pepper, L. (2020). The Role of Executive Functions in Socioeconomic Attainment Gaps: Results from a Randomised Control Trial. Child Development. 


Public engagement 


Workshop Leader at 1st UCL Open Sleep Day funded by UCL Culture and The John and Lorna Wing Foundation, organised by Dr Georgia Pavlopoulou. 



World Baby Sleep Day factsheet, March 2018.


Poster Presentations


MSc Project Dissertation poster presentation, University of Oxford. "Night night, Sleep Spindle Tight" Elucidating the Role of Sleep Spindles in Learning and Memory in 3-month-old Infants. July 2018. 

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