School of Health & Human Performance

Assist. Prof
Anna Donnla O Hagan
O Hagan

Primary Department
School of Health & Human Performance
Phone number: 01 700
TBC
Campus
Glasnevin Campus

Academic biography

Peer-Review Journal:

- O’Connor, S., Moran, K., Sheridan, A., Brady, S., Bruce, C., Beidler, E., O’Hagan, A.D., Whyte, E. (2021). Fear avoidance following injury and psychological readiness to return to sport in collegiate male and female Gaelic games players. Sports Health. In press.

- O’Hagan, A.D., Issartel, J., Wall, A., Dunne, F., Boylan, P., Herring, M., Campbell, M., & Warrington, G. (2019). “Flying on Empty” – Effects of sleep deprivation on pilot performance. Biological Rhythm Research, 1 – 22.

- O’Hagan, A.D., Issartel, J., McGinley, E. & Warrington, G. (2018). A pilot study exploring the effects of sleep deprivation on analogue measures of pilot competencies. Aerospace Medicine & Human Performance, 89(6), 1-7.

- O’Hagan, A.D., Issartel, J., Nevill, A. & Warrington, G. (2017). Flying into Depression-Pilot’s sleep & fatigue experiences can explain differences in perceived depression and anxiety associated with duty hours. Workplace Health & Safety, 65(3), 109-117.

- O’Hagan, A.D., Issartel, J., Fletcher, R. & Warrington, G. (2016). Duty hours and incidents in flight among commercial airline pilots. International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics, 22(2), 165-172.

- May, G.C., Fitzpatrick, P.A., Cullen, S.J., Kelly, L., O’Hagan, A. & Warrington, G.D. (2011). An analysis of acute sleep deprivation on repeat cycling time trial performance. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 43(5), 160.

Conference Publications/Abstracts:

Shattuck, N.L., O’Hagan, A.D., Matsangas, P., & Hancock, M.L. (2020). “Waking Up is Hard to Do” – Effects of Reactive Countermeasures on Sleep Inertia. Proceedings of the Naval Research Working Group 2020.
 
- O’Hagan, A.D., Issartel, J., Wall, A., Dunne, F., Boylan, P., Herring, M., Campbell, M., & Warrington, G. (2018). “Flying on Empty” – The Effects of Sleep Loss on Mood and Task-Specific Competencies in Commercial Airline Pilots. Proceedings of Sleep and Circadian Rhythms from Mechanisms to Function 2018.

- O’Hagan, A.D., Issartel, J., McGinley, E., & Warrington, G. (2018). Has Your Pilot Had Enough Sleep to Fly? The Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Mood, Fatigue and Competencies of Commercial Airline Pilots. Proceedings of SLEEP 2018.

- O’Hagan, A.D., Issartel, J. & Warrington, G. (2016). Are our pilots “flying” into depression? Could sleep & fatigue help explain more...... Proceedings of the 2016 All-Ireland Postgraduate Conference in Sport Sciences & Physical Education.

- O’Hagan, A.D., Issartel, J. Nevill, A. & Warrington, G. (2015). Pilots Sleep and Fatigue Experiences Help to Explain the Factors in Perceived Errors in Flight Associated with Duty Hours. Proceedings of the 2015 International Congress of Aviation & Space Medicine.

- O’Hagan, A.D., Issartel, J. & Warrington, G. (2015). Relationship between Duty Hours, Sleep Disturbance and Feelings of Depression and/or Anxiety in Commercial Airline Pilots. Proceedings of the 2015 All-Ireland Postgraduate Conference in Sport Sciences & Physical Education.

- O’Hagan, A.D., Woodman, T. & Roberts, R. (2011). The Interaction Between Narcissism and Psychological Skills Upon Choking. Proceedings of the 2011 Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group (PsyPAG).

Research interests

Sleep
Sleep Inertia
Performance
Sport Psychology
Performance Under Pressure