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Emma Morton
Emma Morton
Postdoctoral Researcher, University of British Columbia
Verified email at ubc.ca
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What does quality of life refer to in bipolar disorders research? A systematic review of the construct's definition, usage and measurement
E Morton, EE Michalak, G Murray
Journal of affective disorders 212, 128-137, 2017
512017
Asymmetric frontal cortical activity predicts effort expenditure for reward
DM Hughes, MJ Yates, EE Morton, LD Smillie
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 10 (7), 1015-1019, 2015
502015
Quality of life in bipolar disorder: towards a dynamic understanding
E Morton, G Murray, EE Michalak, RW Lam, S Beaulieu, V Sharma, ...
Psychological medicine 48 (7), 1111-1118, 2018
372018
Participatory digital health research: a new paradigm for mHealth tool development
E Morton, SJ Barnes, EE Michalak
General hospital psychiatry 66, 67, 2020
302020
Assessment and treatment of sleep problems in bipolar disorder—A guide for psychologists and clinically focused review
E Morton, G Murray
Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy 27 (3), 364-377, 2020
292020
Early signs monitoring to prevent relapse in psychosis and promote well-being, engagement, and recovery: protocol for a feasibility cluster randomized controlled trial …
A Gumley, S Bradstreet, J Ainsworth, S Allan, M Alvarez-Jimenez, ...
JMIR research protocols 9 (1), e15058, 2020
292020
Early Signs Monitoring to Prevent Relapse in Psychosis and Promote Well-Being, Engagement, and Recovery: Protocol for a Feasibility Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial …
A Gumley, S Bradstreet, J Ainsworth, S Allan, M Alvarez-Jimenez, ...
JMIR research protocols 9 (1), e15058, 2020
292020
‘Taking back the reins’–A qualitative study of the meaning and experience of self-management in bipolar disorder
E Morton, EE Michalak, R Hole, S Buzwell, G Murray
Journal of Affective Disorders 228, 160-165, 2018
282018
Beyond clicks and downloads: a call for a more comprehensive approach to measuring mobile-health app engagement
HL O'Brien, E Morton, A Kampen, SJ Barnes, EE Michalak
BJPsych open 6 (5), 2020
272020
Supporting self-management in bipolar disorder: mixed-methods knowledge translation study
EE Michalak, E Morton, SJ Barnes, R Hole, C BD, G Murray
JMIR mental health 6 (4), e13493, 2019
252019
Experiences of a web-based quality of life self-monitoring tool for individuals with bipolar disorder: a qualitative exploration
E Morton, R Hole, G Murray, S Buzwell, E Michalak
JMIR Mental Health 6 (12), e16121, 2019
232019
The EMPOWER blended digital intervention for relapse prevention in schizophrenia: a feasibility cluster randomised controlled trial in Scotland and Australia
AI Gumley, S Bradstreet, J Ainsworth, S Allan, M Alvarez-Jimenez, ...
The Lancet Psychiatry 9 (6), 477-486, 2022
172022
Using apps for bipolar disorder–An online survey of healthcare provider perspectives and practices
E Morton, J Torous, G Murray, EE Michalak
Journal of Psychiatric Research 137, 22-28, 2021
162021
The ‘new normal’: relativity of quality of life judgments in individuals with bipolar disorder—a qualitative study
E Morton, E Michalak, R Hole, S Buzwell, G Murray
Quality of Life Research 27 (6), 1493-1500, 2018
152018
The Quality of Life in Bipolar Disorder (QoL. BD) questionnaire a decade on–A systematic review of the measurement of condition-specific aspects of quality of life in bipolar …
E Morton, G Murray, LN Yatham, RW Lam, EE Michalak
Journal of Affective Disorders 278, 33-45, 2021
132021
An update on sleep in bipolar disorders: presentation, comorbidities, temporal relationships and treatment
E Morton, G Murray
Current opinion in psychology 34, 1-6, 2020
132020
Understanding implementation of a digital self-monitoring intervention for relapse prevention in psychosis: protocol for a mixed method process evaluation
S Allan, H Mcleod, S Bradstreet, S Beedie, B Moir, J Gleeson, J Farhall, ...
JMIR research protocols 8 (12), e15634, 2019
132019
Understanding Implementation of a Digital Self-Monitoring Intervention for Relapse Prevention in Psychosis: Protocol for a Mixed Method Process Evaluation
S Allan, H Mcleod, S Bradstreet, S Beedie, B Moir, J Gleeson, J Farhall, ...
JMIR research protocols 8 (12), e15634, 2019
132019
Risks and benefits of psilocybin use in people with bipolar disorder: An international web-based survey on experiences of ‘magic mushroom’consumption
E Morton, K Sakai, A Ashtari, M Pleet, EE Michalak, J Woolley
Journal of Psychopharmacology 37 (1), 49-60, 2023
122023
“Supporting Wellness”: A depression and bipolar support alliance mixed-methods investigation of lived experience perspectives and priorities for mood disorder treatment
E Morton, P Foxworth, P Dardess, C Altimus, JR DePaulo, SS Talluri, ...
Journal of affective disorders 299, 575-584, 2022
122022
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