Reference Module co-authored by Clark J. Lee entitled “Legal Implications of Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders” (May 16, 2017).

Lee, C. J., Jones, C. B., & Rajaratnam, S. M. W. (2017).  Legal Implications of Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders.  In Reference  Module in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology.  Elsevier.

Rule 41 Amendments Provide for a Drastic Expansion of Government Authority to Conduct Computer Searches and Should Not Have Been Adopted by the Supreme Court

Markus Rauschecker

Drowsy Driving Research Paper co-authored by Clark J. Lee entitled “Intentions and willingness to drive drowsy among university students: An application of an extended theory of planned behavior model” (May 12, 2016).

Lee, C. J., Geiger-Brown, J., & Beck, K. H. (2016).  Intentions and willingness to drive drowsy among university students: An application of an extended theory of planned behavior model.  Accident Analysis & Prevention, 93, 113-123.

Invited Commentary by Clark J. Lee entitled “Sleep: a human rights issue” (January 25, 2016).

Lee, C. J. (2016).  Sleep: a human rights issue.  Sleep Health, 2(1), 6-7.