“Sleep? Maybe Later…” A Cross-Campus Survey of University Students and Sleep Practices

@article{Brown2017SleepML,
  title={“Sleep? Maybe Later…” A Cross-Campus Survey of University Students and Sleep Practices},
  author={Cary A. Brown and P. Qin and S. Esmail},
  journal={Education Sciences},
  year={2017},
  volume={7},
  pages={66}
}
Sleep deficiency is a significant issue across higher education campuses and has a detrimental effect on students’ academic achievement, physical and mental health, and overall wellbeing. The purpose of this study was to carry out a campus-wide survey determining students’ self-reported sleep patterns, sources of advice for sleep problems, current sleep promoting practices, and preferred mechanisms to receive new information assisting with sleep problems. An anonymous electronic survey was… Expand

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