Habitual Sleep, Reasoning, and Processing Speed in Older Adults with Sleep Complaints

  title={Habitual Sleep, Reasoning, and Processing Speed in Older Adults with Sleep Complaints},
  author={Christina S McCrae and Karlyn E. Vatthauer and Joseph M. Dzierzewski and Michael Marsiske},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
The relationship between habitual sleep and cognition in older adults with sleep complaints is poorly understood, because research has focused on younger adults, used experimental or retrospective quasi-experimental designs, and generally produced equivocal results. Prospective studies using sleep diaries are rare, but may provide important insights into this relationship as they offer greater ecological validity and allow for examination of the impact of night-to-night variability in sleep (an… CONTINUE READING
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