The Effect of Sleep Quality on Students’ Academic Achievement

  title={The Effect of Sleep Quality on Students’ Academic Achievement},
  author={Rostam Jalali and Habibollah Khazaei and Behnam Khaledi Paveh and Zinab Hayrani and Lida Menati},
  journal={Advances in Medical Education and Practice},
  pages={497 - 502}
Background Sleep is an inseparable part of human health and life, which is crucial in learning, practice, as well as physical and mental health. It affects the capacity of individual learning, academic performance, and neural-behavioral functions. This study aimed to determine the relationship between sleep quality and students’ academic achievement among students at Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences. Methods In this cross-sectional study, 102 medical students from different fields… Expand
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