Sophie Pinkston

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Graduate Student, Clinical
Faculty Advisor: Daniel Taylor
Research Interests: 

My research interests include investigating the relationship between insomnia and cognitive performance as well as the treatment of insomnia and comorbid disorders (e.g., nightmare disorder, PTSD). 

Selected Publications: 

Publications:

Wardle-Pinkston, S., Slavish, D.C., Taylor, D.J. (2019). Insomnia and cognitive performance: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Sleep Medicine Reviews, 48.

Taylor, D.J., Wilkerson, A., Pruiksma, K.E., Dietch, J.R., & Wardle-Pinkston, S. (2019). Structured Clinical Interview for Sleep Disorders-Revised (SCISD-R). Retrieved from http://insomnia.arizona.edu/SCISD

Pruiksma, K.E., Wilkerson, A., Dietch, J.R., Wardle-Pinkston, S., Dolan, M., & Taylor, D.J. (2019). User Manual for the Structured Clinical Interview for Sleep Disorders- Revised (SCISD-R). Retrieved from https://insomnia.arizona.edu/SCISD

Pruiksma, K.E., Taylor, D.J., Mintz, J., Nicholson, K.L., Rodgers, M., Young-McCaughan, S., Hall-Clark, B.N., Fina, B.A., Dondanville, K.A., Cobos, B., Wardle-Pinkston, S., Litz, B.T., Roache, J.D., Peterson, A.L; for the STRONG STAR Consortium. (2019). A pilot randomized controlled trial of cognitive behavioral treatment for trauma-related nightmares in active duty military personnel. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Pruiksma, K.E., Wachen, J.L., Wardle, S., & Resick, P.A. (2017). Psychotherapy interventions in E. Vermetten, T. Neylan, & A. Germain, (Eds.). Sleep and combat-related post-traumatic stress disorders. New York: Springer.