Anne-Marie Chang

Assistant Professor in Biobehavioral Health

Anne-Marie Chang

Research Summary

Genetic analysis of sleep and circadian rhythms, cardio-metabolic function in humans; effects of light on sleep, circadian physiology, and neurobehavioral performance.

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Sleep Sleep Quality Depression Adolescent Child Melatonin Household Sleep Time Light Equipment And Supplies Health Parents Circadian Rhythm Screen Time Bedroom Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor Modern Family Efficiency Adolescents Child Sleep Family Routines Mood Adolescent Sleep Bedtime Sleep Deficiency

Most Recent Publications

Rebecca Derbes, Jonathan Hakun, Daniel Elbich, Lindsay Master, Sheri Berenbaum, Xuemei Huang, Orfeu M. Buxton, Anne-Marie Chang, Cristina I. Truica, Kathleen Sturgeon, 2024, Scientific Reports

Daniel M. Roberts, Margeaux M. Schade, Lindsay Master, Vasant G. Honavar, Nicole G. Nahmod, Anne Marie Chang, Daniel Gartenberg, Orfeu M. Buxton, 2024, Sleep Health on p. 255-260

Lauren E. Hartstein, Gina Marie Mathew, David A. Reichenberger, Isaac Rodriguez, Nicholas Allen, Anne Marie Chang, Jean Philippe Chaput, Dimitri A. Christakis, Michelle Garrison, Joshua J. Gooley, Jessica A. Koos, Jan Van Den Bulck, Heather Woods, Jamie M. Zeitzer, Joseph M. Dzierzewski, Lauren Hale, 2024, Sleep Health

Recovery sleep following sleep restriction is insufficient to return elevated daytime heart rate and systolic blood pressure to baseline levels

David Reichenberger, Kelly Ness, Stephen Strayer, Gina Mathew, M Gray, Margeaux Schade, Orfeu Buxton, Anne-Marie Chang, 2023, Psychosomatic Medicine on p. 744-751

Longitudinal relations of sleep quality with depressive symptoms, diabetes distress and self-efficacy in young people with type 1 diabetes

Giesje Nefs, Richard Feinn, Anne Marie Chang, Julie Wagner, 2023, Journal of Psychosomatic Research

Actigraphic Sleep Variability is Associated With Lower Positive Mood in Adolescents

G Mathew, D Reichenberger, L Master, O Buxton, Anne Marie Chang, L Hale, 2023, Journal of Adolescent Health on p. 478-485

L Master, N Nahmod, G Mathew, L Hale, Anne Marie Chang, Orfeu M. Buxton, 2023, Journal of Adolescence on p. 1140-1151

Effects of a 1-hour per night week-long sleep extension in college students on cardiometabolic parameters, hydration status, and physical activity: A pilot study

G Mathew, N Nahmod, L Master, D Reichenberger, Asher Y. Rosinger, Anne Marie Chang, 2023, Sleep Health

Interactive Screen-Based Activities Predict Worse Actigraphic Sleep Health That Night Among Adolescents

D Reichenberger, L Master, G Mathew, C Snyder, Orfeu M. Buxton, L Hale, Anne-Marie Chang, 2023, Journal of Adolescent Health

Entrainment to gradual vs. immediate 8-hour phase advance shifts with and without short-wavelength enriched polychromatic green light

Anne Marie Chang, Clare Anderson, Sean W. Cain, David A. Reichenberger, Joseph M. Ronda, Steven W. Lockley, Charles A. Czeisler, 2023, Sleep Health

Most-Cited Papers

Anne Marie Chang, Daniel Aeschbach, Jeanne F. Duffy, Charles A. Czeisler, 2015, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 1232-1237

Monique LeBourgeois, Lauren Hale, Anne Marie Chang, Lameese Akacem, Hawley Montgomery-Downs, Orfeu Buxton, 2017, Pediatrics on p. S92-S96

Orfeu M. Buxton, Anne Marie Chang, James C. Spilsbury, Taylor Bos, Helene Emsellem, Kristen L. Knutson, 2015, Sleep Health on p. 15-27

L Hale, G Kirschen, M LeBourgeois, M Gradisar, M Garrison, H Montgomery-Downs, H Kirschen, Susan McHale, Anne-Marie Chang, Orfeu Buxton, 2018, Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America on p. 229-245

Jacqueline M. Lane, Anne Marie Chang, Andrew C. Bjonnes, Daniel Aeschbach, Clare Anderson, Brian E. Cade, Sean W. Cain, Charles A. Czeisler, Sina A. Gharib, Joshua J. Gooley, Daniel J. Gottlieb, Struan F.A. Grant, Elizabeth B. Klerman, Diane S. Lauderdale, Steven W. Lockley, Miriam Munch, Sanjay Patel, Naresh M. Punjabi, Shanthakumar M.W. Rajaratnam, Melanie Rueger, Melissa A. St. Hilaire, Nayantara Santhi, Karin Scheuermaier, Eliza Van Reen, Phyllis C. Zee, Steven A. Shea, Jeanne F. Duffy, Orfeu M. Buxton, Susan Redline, Frank A.J.L. Scheer, Richa Saxena, 2016, Diabetes on p. 1741-1751

X Li, Orfeu M. Buxton, L Berger, Soomi Lee, Anne-Marie Chang, O Buxton, Lawrence Berger, Lawrence M. Berger, Lauren Hale, A-M Chang, Lauren Hale, 2019, Sleep Medicine on p. 51-60

Gina Marie Mathew, Xian Li, Lauren Hale, Anne Marie Chang, 2019, Chronobiology International on p. 461-469

Sean W. Cain, Anne Marie Chang, Irma Vlasac, Archana Tare, Clare Anderson, Charles A. Czeisler, Richa Saxena, 2017, Journal of Biological Rhythms on p. 75-82

Gina Marie Mathew, Lauren Hale, Anne Marie Chang, 2019, Journal of Biological Rhythms on p. 205-217

N Nahmod, Soomi Lee, L Master, Anne Marie Chang, Lauren Hale, Orfeu M. Buxton, 2019, Sleep on p. zsy212

News Articles Featuring Anne-Marie Chang

Are You In "Sleep Debt"? It Could Be Hurting Your Heart

Catching up on sleep on the weekends can affect cardiovascular health

Poor sleep may harm heart health, and catching up on weekends won't restore it

Poor sleep takes a toll on cardiovascular health, and catching up on the weekends won't fix it

Sleeping in on weekends won’t fix cardiovascular damage from less weekday rest

Catching up over the weekend cannot make up for lost sleep when it comes to heart health

Playing catch-up on weekends may not improve cardiovascular cost of sleep loss

Whether it’s work or play that prevents us from getting enough shut-eye during the week, assuming we can make up for it by sleeping in over the weekend is a mistake.

Can't Get an Extra Hour of Sleep? 43 Minutes' More Snoozing Benefits College Students

College life can be rigorous and exhausting, but new research suggests that just one extra hour of sleep a night is not only possible, but can also have significant health benefits for college students.

College students may get health benefits from less than one extra hour of sleep

College life can be rigorous and exhausting, but new research suggests that just one extra hour of sleep a night is not only possible, but can also have significant health benefits for college students.

Study finds college students may benefit from more sleep

College students often find themselves burning the candle at both ends. However, even with late-night study sessions — or late night parties — as well as early-morning classes, a study published this week in the journal Sleep Health suggests they may benefit from even an hour of extra shut-eye per night.

Study: Just one extra hour of sleep can provide health benefits for college students

College life can be rigorous and exhausting, but new research suggests that just one extra hour of sleep a night is not only possible, but can also have significant health benefits for college students.

Take Note: The Research Behind Proposed Changes To The SCASD School Day

The State College Area School District has proposed changes to the school day. The elementary school day would be longer, and middle and high school would start later.