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This study tracked change over time in sleep quantity, disturbance, and timing, and sleep's covariations with living situation, stress, social support, alcohol use, and grade point average (GPA) across four years of university in 186 Canadian students. Women slept longer as they moved through...
This article describes qualitative research conducted with patients with clinical diagnoses of insomnia and focuses on the development of a conceptual framework and endpoint model that identifies a hierarchy and interrelationships of potential outcomes in insomnia research. Focus groups were...
To better gain insight into patient responses to insomnia, we take a medical anthropologically informed approach to patient beliefs and behaviors, particularly those related to self-diagnosis, management, help-seeking, and self-treatment of insomnia. We conducted 24 in-depth qualitative...
This study compared cortical arousal mechanisms during the night using event-related potentials (N1 and P2), and compared sleep misperception in 30 adults with psychophysiological insomnia (Psy-I), 28 adults with paradoxical insomnia (Para-I), and 30 good sleepers (GS). Participants (age range =...
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