Rumination predicts longer sleep onset latency after an acute psychosocial stressor.

@article{Zoccola2009RuminationPL,
  title={Rumination predicts longer sleep onset latency after an acute psychosocial stressor.},
  author={Peggy M Zoccola and Sally S. Dickerson and Suman Lam},
  journal={Psychosomatic medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={71 7},
  pages={771-5}
}
OBJECTIVES Rumination has been linked to self-reported sleep quality. However, whether rumination is related to an objective sleep parameter has not been tested. This study examined whether rumination predicts sleep onset latency (SOL) on the night after an acute psychosocial stressor. We hypothesized that those who ruminate (assessed with both trait and stressor-specific measures) would have longer SOL (assessed with objective and subjective methods). METHODS Seventy participants delivered a… CONTINUE READING

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