Assessment of Sleep Hygiene Using the Sleep Hygiene Index

@article{Mastin2006AssessmentOS,
  title={Assessment of Sleep Hygiene Using the Sleep Hygiene Index},
  author={David F. Mastin and Jeff Bryson and Robert F Corwyn},
  journal={Journal of Behavioral Medicine},
  year={2006},
  volume={29},
  pages={223-227}
}
The Sleep Hygiene Index was developed to assess the practice of sleep hygiene behaviors. The Sleep Hygiene Index was delivered to 632 subjects and a subset of the subjects participated in a readministration of the instrument. Test–retest reliability analyses suggested that sleep hygiene behaviors are relatively stable over time for a nonclinical population. Results confirmed that sleep hygiene is strongly related to sleep quality and modestly related to perceptions of daytime sleepiness. As… 
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