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Research in younger adults suggests sleep discrepancy (objective/subjective measurement difference) is a consistent pattern that primarily occurs within individuals with insomnia. To examine whether older adults exhibit a similar pattern, this study compared night-to-night inconsistency in sleep...
This article examined associations between preschoolers' daytime and nighttime sleep parameters. A total of 63 preschoolers (65% boys; age: M = 4.15, SD = 0.62) participated. Sleep was assessed via actigraphy for 4 days and nights. Results are among the first to demonstrate significant...
Disorder-specific cognitive biases have been observed in children whose parents suffer from psychological disorders. Despite those same biases being observed in individuals with insomnia, they have yet to be explored as an index of vulnerability in children of parents with insomnia. It was...
Little is known about how maternal sleep disturbances in the postpartum period affect mother–infant interaction. The study was designed to assess if less maternal sleep disturbance and less fatigue were associated with more positive mother–child interaction, independent of maternal depression...
The present study examined the relationship of anxiety sensitivity, dysfunctional beliefs about sleep and neuroticism on sleep disturbance. Previous research of these three related concepts—each describing a different kind of reactivity to interoceptive or environmental events—have served as...
Socioeconomic gradients exist for multiple health outcomes. Lower objective socioeconomic position (SEP), whether measured by income, education, or occupation, is associated with inadequate sleep. Less is known about whether one's perceived ranking of their social status, or subjective SEP,...
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