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1. Sasse A, Sowak K. & Conduit R. (1998). Treatment of narcolepsy using venlafaxine, a serotonergic (5HT) and noradrenergic (NE) reuptake inhibitor. Sleep, 21: 180.

2. Finch J, Martin M. Sasse A. Conduit R. (2001) The effect of Hypercium Perforatum (St. John’s Wort) on salivary cortisol, subjective stress and PSG recordings. Sleep, 24: 171.

3. McDonnell G. Sasse A. & Conduit R. (2001) Positive beliefs about Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) treatment are strongly related to compliance behaviour. Sleep, 24: 273.

4. Sasse, A., Conduit, R., Ryan, D., Woods, W., & Tucker, A. (2005). A Pharmacotherapy for Obstructve Sleep Apnea. Sleep, 28: 1015-16.

5. Conduit, R., Sasse, A., Hodgson, W., Trinder, J., Veasey S., & Tucker, A. (2007). A neurotoxinological approach to the treatment of obstructive sleep apnoea. Sleep Medicine Reviews 11, 361-375.

6. Andrewartha, P., Conduit, R., & Sasse, A. (2007). Sleep related motor skill learning: A comparison of obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) patients and control participants. Sleep & Biological Rhythms, 5, A129.

7. Conduit, R. & Sasse, A. (2009). Local pharmacological interventions in the treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA): The obstacles and challenges that lie ahead. Invited presentation at the 9th World Congress on Sleep Apnoea in Seoul Korea, 25-28 March, 2009.

8. Wittick C, Conduit R, Crewther D, Crewther S & Sasse A. (2009). The Effects of Hypoxia on Early Visual Processing in OSA. Presentation at the 9th World Congress on Sleep Apnoea in Seoul Korea, 25-28 March, 2009.

9. Mahtani S, Robinson SR, Yelland GW, Sasse A, Conduit R. (2011) Nadir oxygen desaturation is correlated with cognitive impairment in obstructive sleep apneoa. Australasian Chronobiology Society Annual Congress:

10. Landry S, Andrewartha P, Anderson C, Sasse A & Conduit R. The Impact of Obstructive Sleep Apnea on Motor skill Acquisition and Consolidation. Manuscript submitted to Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine.

11. Manser, Sassé et al. Measurement variability in sleep disorders medicine: the Victorian experience. Intern Med J 2002 Aug:32(8):386-93.

12. Manser, Sassé et al. The Victorian CPAP program is their need for educational support.