Self-perceived Problems in Sleeping and in Self-control Are Related to First Year Study Success in Higher Education

@article{Bijvank2017SelfperceivedPI,
  title={Self-perceived Problems in Sleeping and in Self-control Are Related to First Year Study Success in Higher Education},
  author={Marije Nije Bijvank and Geertje H. Tonnaer and J. Jolles},
  journal={Frontiers in Education},
  year={2017},
  volume={2}
}
Late adolescents and emerging adults often report lower sleep quality. Recent studies have shown that many of these individuals are also characterized by ongoing development of executive functions, such as self-control and self-monitoring. These functions are not fully mature until later in the twenties. As both suboptimal sleep and improper executive functions can impact academic performance, there could be a relationship between these processes. However, few studies have examined these… Expand
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