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Residents on call experience decreased total sleep time (TST) and increased dysphoria. This study monitored changes in mood and sleepiness for 3 post-call days. Fifty-two internal medicine residents participated in the study. The residents wore actigraphs for the 4 to 9 days of the study. Each...
This study investigated sleep, behavioral and emotional problems, and parental relationships and psychological distress in a group of school-aged children with bedtime problems and persistent cosleeping, compared to solitary sleepers and controls. Participants were 148 school-aged children with...
Sleep, demographics, health, and daytime functioning were examined in young old (60–74 years; n = 175) and old old (75–98 years; n = 147) community-dwelling seniors. Sleep diaries (2 weeks), 6 daytime functioning measures, and a demographics–health questionnaire were collected. The old old...
Actigraphy has emerged as a valuable method for measuring natural sleep patterns; however, it is unclear how many consecutive nights should be measured and what sleep parameter values are typical of older adults. This study examined sleep in relatively healthy community-based older adults for 14...
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