Simon Folkard

Professeur Associe
Université René Descartes - Paris 5 · Institut de Psychologie · LATIFrance · Paris

Publications significatives


  • Année2015

Saksvik-Lehouillier, I., Pallesen, S.,  Bjorvatn, B., Magerøy, N. & Folkard, S. (2015). Towards a more comprehensive definition of shift work tolerance. Industrial Health (Japan). 53. 69-77.

  • Année2014

Boudebesse, C., Geoffroy, P.A., Bellivier, F., Henry, C., Folkard, S., Leboyer, M., & Etain, B.(2014)  Correlations between objective and subjective sleep and circadian markers in remitted patients with bipolar disorder. Chronobiology International. 31. 697-704.

 Lombardi DA, Jin K, Courtney TK, Arlinghaus A, Folkard S, Liang Y, Perry MJ (2014) The effects of rest breaks, work shift start time, and sleep on the onset of severe injury among workers in the People’s Republic of China. Scand J Work Environ Health.  40. 146-155.

 Lombardi DA, Jin K, Vetter C, Courtney TK, Folkard S, Arlinghaus A, Liang Y & Perry MJ (2014). The impact of shift starting time on sleep duration, sleep quality, and alertness prior to injury in the People’s Republic of China Chronobiology International. 31. 1201-1208.

 Marquié, J-C., Tucker, P., Folkard, S., Ansiau, D. (2014). Pénibilité et soutenabilité du travail posté: indices liés au sommeil, au métabolisme et à la cognition dans l’étude longitudinale VISAT. In Jean-Claude Marquié & Marie-Cécile Amauger-Lattes (Eds.) Pénibilité et santé : les conditions de l’effort soutenable au travail. Toulouse : Editions Octarès.

 Marquié, J-C., Tucker, P., Folkard, S., Gentil, C., Ansiau, D. (2014).  Chronic effects of shift work on cognition: findings from the VISAT longitudinal study.  J Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 10.1136/oemed-2013-101993

  • Année2013

Boudebesse, C., Lajnef, M., Geoffroy, P.A., Bellivier, F., Nieto, I., Gard, S., Olie, E., Azorin,E.J.M., Kahn, J.P., Bougero, Passerieux, T.C., Aubin, V., Milhiet, V., Folkard, S., Leboyer, M., Henry, C. & Etain, B.(2013) Chronotypes of bipolar patients in remission: Validation of the French version of the Circadian Type Inventory in the FACE-BD Sample. Chronobiology International. 29. 549-555

  • Année 2012

Flo E, BjorvatnB, FolkardS,  MoenBM, Grønli J, NordhusIH & Pallesen S (2012) A Reliability and validity study of the Bergen Shift Work Sleep Questionnaire in nurses working three-shift rotations. Chronobiology International. 27. 937-946.

Lombardi DA, Wirtz, A., Willetts JL & Folkard S, (2012) Independent effects of sleep duration and body mass index on the risk of a work-related injury: Evidence from the US National Health Interview Survey (2004-2010). Chronobiology International. 29. 556-564.

Marquié, J-C., Folkard, S., Ansiau, D. & Tucker, P (2012) Effects of age, gender, and retirement on perceived sleep problems: results from the VISAT combined longitudinal and cross-sectional study. Sleep. 35. 1115-1121.

Tucker, P.T., Folkard, S. (2012) Working time, health, and safety : A research synthesis paper.  Conditions of Work and Employment Series No. 31; International Labour Office, Geneva.

Tucker, P.T., Folkard, S. (2012) Work Scheduling. In G Mathews, PA Desmond, C Neubauer & PA Hancock (Eds) The handbook of operator fatigue. pp 457-467. Ashgate Publishing: Farnham UK & Burlington USA.

Tucker, P.T., Marquié, J-C., Folkard, S., Ansiau, D. & Esquirol, Y. (2012) Shiftwork and metabolic dysfunction. Chronobiology International. 29. 549-555.

Wirtz, A., Lombardi, D.A., Courtney, T.K., Christiani, D.C., Folkard, S., & Perry, M.J. (2012) The effect of rest breaks on time to injury – a study on work-related ladder-fall injuries in the United States.  Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health, 38.560-567.

Wirtz, A., Lombardi, D.A., Willetts, J.L., Folkard, S. & Christiani, D.C. (2012) Gender differences in the effect of weekly working hours on occupational injury risk in the U.S. working population.  Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health. 38. 349-357

Wirtz, A., Lombardi, D.A., Willetts, J.L., Folkard, S. & Christiani, D.C. (2012) A structural equation modeling approach to fatigue-related risk factors for occupational injury. American Journal of Epidemiology. 176. 597-607.

Wirtz, A., Lombardi, D.A., Willetts, J.L., Folkard, S. & Christiani, D.C. (2012) Response to Commentary “Structural equation models and epidemiologic analysis” American Journal of Epidemiology. 176. 603-604.