Simen Berg Saksvik
Background and activities
Project coordinator for the multicenter study NORSE4, at the department of mental health. In NORSE4 we are investigating the effects of a digital version of cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia at different health centers in Norway.
I am also a project coordinator for a project that investigates the effects of physical activity for patients with prolonged problems after minimal and mild traumatic brain injury at the department of neuromedicine and movement science and the clinic of physical medicine and rehabilitation.
I am also a Ph.d. candidate at the Clinical Neuroscience Laboratory (CNL) https://www.ntnu.edu/psychology/cnl, Department of Psychology, NTNU. I have been working on longitudinal data on sleep-wake disturbance and fatigue during the first year after mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI). In a follow-up project, we are investigating the effects of partial sleep deprivation on individuals with mTBI and prolonged problems after injury using actigraphy, cogntive testing, interview and questionnaires.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2020) Examining 3-month test-retest reliability and reliable change using the Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery. Applied neuropsychology: Adult.
- (2020) The prevalence and stability of sleep-wake disturbance and fatigue throughout the first year after mild traumatic brain injury. Journal of Neurotrauma. vol. 37 (23).
- (2020) Mild to moderate partial sleep deprivation is associated with increased impulsivity and decreased positive affect in young adults. Sleep. vol. 43 (10).
- (2020) Personal Factors Associated With Postconcussion Symptoms 3 Months After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
- (2020) Developing Cognition Endpoints for the CENTER-TBI Neuropsychological Test Battery. Frontiers in Neurology.
- (2019) Cognitive Reserve Moderates Cognitive Outcome After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. vol. 101 (1).
- (2019) B-63 Subacute Cognitive Sequelae of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury on the Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery (CANTAB) and Traditional Neuropsychological Tests. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology. vol. 34 (6).
- (2018) Cognitive Reserve and the Interaction between Premorbid IQ and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of Neurotrauma.
- (2017) Post-concussive symptoms the first year after mild traumatic brain injury: Preliminary results from a large prospective cohort study. Brain Injury. vol. 31 (6-7).