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The differences in perceived levels of average daily stress for four groups (94 college students) formed as the logical combinations of Type A-B status and habitual short- and longer-sleep were evaluated. Both the main effects for Type A-B status and habitual sleep duration were significant and these variables had an additive effect on perceived level of… (More)
The use of conservation easements as a conservation mechanism for private land has increased greatly in the past decade; conservation easements now protect over 15 million ha across the United States from residential and commercial development. We used a mailed survey and in-depth telephone interviews to determine factors that motivate private landowners in… (More)
The valences of the dreams reported by Type A (n = 39) and Type B (n = 42) undergraduates were examined. Consistent with the view that in part the manifest content of the dream may reflect attempts to manage stress, the Type A students were significantly more likely than the Type B students, to report disturbing dreams.