Benjamin C. Holding
Benjamin C. Holding
University of Copenhagen & Karolinska Institutet
Verified email at - Homepage
Cited by
Cited by
A many-analysts approach to the relation between religiosity and well-being
S Hoogeveen, A Sarafoglou, B Aczel, Y Aditya, AJ Alayan, PJ Allen, ...
Religion, Brain & Behavior 13 (3), 237-283, 2023
Creative destruction in science
W Tierney, JH Hardy III, CR Ebersole, K Leavitt, D Viganola, EG Clemente, ...
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 161, 291-309, 2020
Sleepiness, sleep duration, and human social activity: An investigation into bidirectionality using longitudinal time-use data
BC Holding, T Sundelin, H Schiller, T Åkerstedt, G Kecklund, J Axelsson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (35), 21209-21217, 2020
Multimodal emotion recognition is resilient to insufficient sleep: results from cross-sectional and experimental studies
BC Holding, P Laukka, H Fischer, T Bänziger, J Axelsson, T Sundelin
Sleep 40 (11), zsx145, 2017
Examining the generalizability of research findings from archival data
A Delios, EG Clemente, T Wu, H Tan, Y Wang, M Gordon, D Viganola, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (30), e2120377119, 2022
Externalizing behaviors and callous-unemotional traits: Different associations with sleep quality
D Denis, R Akhtar, BC Holding, C Murray, J Panatti, G Claridge, A Sadeh, ...
Sleep 40 (8), zsx070, 2017
Sleep deprivation and its effects on communication during individual and collaborative tasks
BC Holding, T Sundelin, M Lekander, J Axelsson
Scientific reports 9 (1), 3131, 2019
The effect of sleep deprivation on objective and subjective measures of facial appearance
BC Holding, T Sundelin, P Cairns, DI Perrett, J Axelsson
Journal of sleep research 28 (6), e12860, 2019
Quantifying cognitive impairment after sleep deprivation at different times of day: a proof of concept using ultra-short smartphone-based tests
BC Holding, M Ingre, P Petrovic, T Sundelin, J Axelsson
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 15, 666146, 2021
Trait anxiety does not predict the anxiogenic response to sleep deprivation
T Sundelin, BC Holding
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 16, 880641, 2022
Institution and gender-related differences in publication speed before and during COVID-19
C Acciai, BC Holding, J W. Schneider, M W. Nielsen
PLoS One 17 (11), e0277011, 2022
Do mothers have worse sleep than fathers? Sleep imbalance, parental stress, and relationship satisfaction in working parents
G Härdelin, BC Holding, T Reess, A Geranmayeh, J Axelsson, T Sundelin
Nature and Science of Sleep, 1955-1966, 2021
Intelligence predicts better cognitive performance after normal sleep but larger vulnerability to sleep deprivation
LJT Balter, T Sundelin, BC Holding, P Petrovic, J Axelsson
Journal of Sleep Research 32 (4), e13815, 2023
Sleep and social impressions
T Sundelin, BC Holding
Sleep, personality, and social behavior, 119-133, 2019
Quantifying the mover’s advantage: transatlantic migration, employment prestige, and scientific performance
BC Holding, C Acciai, JW Schneider, MW Nielsen
Higher Education, 1-19, 2023
Too tired to talk? Sleep, fatigue, and social functioning
BC Holding
Inst för klinisk neurovetenskap/Dept of Clinical Neuroscience, 2019
Changes in skin color after sleep deprivation: objective, subjective or null?
BC Holding, T Sundelin, J Axelsson
Sleep Medicine 40, e132, 2017
The rhythm of mental health: the relationship of chronotype with psychiatric trait dimensions and diurnal variation in psychiatric symptoms
LJT Balter, BC Holding, P Petrovic, J Axelsson
Translational Psychiatry 14 (1), 237, 2024
Schlaf und soziale Eindrücke
T Sundelin, BC Holding
Schlaf, Persönlichkeit und soziales Verhalten, 131-146, 2024
Gendered trajectories in (early-career) international research mobility: mobility prospects and career impact
C Acciai, B Holding, JW Schneider, MW Nielsen
27th International Conference on Science, Technology and Innovation …, 2023
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20