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BACKGROUND Evidence regarding the associations between sleep duration and quality, and neurocognitive function in adolescents remains scanty. This study examined the associations in early adolescence between: sleep duration; efficiency; fragmentation; wake-after-sleep-onset (WASO); catch-up sleep; intelligence; memory; and executive function, including(More)
OBJECTIVES To assess the longitudinal effects of sleep duration and quality on lipid profiles during the transition from childhood to early adolescence, over a 4-year-period. STUDY DESIGN A cohort study of children born in 1998 examined at 8 years of age (SD, 0.3; n = 105) and 12 years of age (SD, 0.5; n = 190). Sleep duration, wake after sleep onset,(More)
Circadian preference toward eveningness has been associated with increased risk for mental health problems both in early adolescence and in adulthood. However, in late adolescence, when circadian rhythm naturally shifts to later, its significance for mental health is not clear. Accordingly, we studied how circadian rhythm estimated both by self-reported(More)
Experimental sleep deprivation studies suggest that insufficient sleep and circadian misalignment associates with poorer executive function. It is not known whether this association translates to naturally occurring sleep patterns. A total of 512 of full-term-born members of the Arvo Ylppö Longitudinal Study [mean age = 25.3, standard deviation (SD) = 0.65](More)
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