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Sleep disturbance is a common complaint among perimenopausal women and is hypothesized to contribute to compromises in their quality of life (QoL). We investigated the degree to which sleep disturbance and QoL were related and whether dysfunctional beliefs and attitudes about sleep were...
This systematic review examines the effect of diverse psychosocial stressors on polysomnographic measures of sleep. Sixty-three articles were located and categorized in terms of the types of stressors imposed. Experimental stress resulted in fairly consistent changes: decreases in slow wave...
In this ambulatory study, the relation between daytime functioning and chronic insomnia was investigated. The study sample consisted of 39 chronic insomniacs and 20 healthy control participants. Performance (vigilance, working memory, motor control) and well-being (concentration, fatigue, mood,...
The purpose of this project was to examine the validity and feasibility of the 24-Hour Sleep Patterns Interview (24-Hour SPI) as a measure of sleep continuity (bedtime, wake time, sleep onset latency, total sleep time) and sleep quality. Two studies were completed. The first study (n = 154)...
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