Relationship of Sleep Hygiene Awareness, Sleep Hygiene Practices, and Sleep Quality in University Students

@article{Brown2002RelationshipOS,
  title={Relationship of Sleep Hygiene Awareness, Sleep Hygiene Practices, and Sleep Quality in University Students},
  author={Franklin C. Brown and Walter C. Buboltz and Barlow Soper},
  journal={Behavioral Medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={28},
  pages={33 - 38}
}
Abstract College students are known for their variable sleep schedules. Such schedules, along with other common student practices (eg, alcohol and caffeine consumption), are associated with poor sleep hygiene. Researchers have demonstrated in clinical populations that improving sleep hygiene knowledge and practices is an effective treatment for insomnia. However, researchers who have examined relationships between sleep hygiene and practices in nonclinical samples and overall sleep quality have… 
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