Kate Walsh

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This study investigated the relationship between hyperarousal, sleep scheduling, and time awake in bed in a secondary data analysis. Participants were 89 adults with chronic insomnia previously involved in a randomized controlled trial of 5 weeks of computerized cognitive behavioral therapy (cCBT). At measurement periods, participants completed the(More)
There has been little research examining executives who change jobs by specifically following these individuals both before and after their employer changes. By incorporating research on the boundaryless career A new employment principle for a new organizational era. and applying Frank's theory of relative standing (1985), this study examined factors that(More)
This daily diary study evaluated the relationships between perceived control over sleep, coping with sleeplessness, and subjective sleep in a sample of 45 adults with chronic insomnia. For seven consecutive days, newspaper-recruited adults completed daily self-report measures of perceived control, coping, general fatigue, mood, and sleep. Using a(More)
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