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This study examined the beliefs and attitudes about sleep among 145 older adults. Ss were either chronic insomniacs (n = 74) or self-defined good sleepers (n = 71). They rated their level of agreement or disagreement (visual analog scale) with 28 statements tapping various beliefs, expectations, and attributions about several sleep-related themes. The(More)
The relationships between neuropsychological functioning and sleep loss, sleep apnea, and hypoxemia were examined. Forty-five older insomniacs (M age = 64.6 years) with or without sleep apnea were administered neuropsychological tests after 1 night of nocturnal monitoring in a sleep laboratory. The results showed few differences on cognitive and psychomotor(More)
and participants in seminars at several universities and IZA. Karen Mulligan and Amanda Smith provided very careful research assistance. The views expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research. ABSTRACT We develop a theory of the market for individual reputation, an indicator(More)
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