Who sleeps best? Longitudinal patterns and covariates of change in sleep quantity, quality, and timing across four university years.

@article{Galambos2013WhoSB,
  title={Who sleeps best? Longitudinal patterns and covariates of change in sleep quantity, quality, and timing across four university years.},
  author={Nancy L. Galambos and Dayuma I Vargas Lascano and Andrea L Howard and Jennifer L. Maggs},
  journal={Behavioral sleep medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={11 1},
  pages={8-22}
}
This study tracked change over time in sleep quantity, disturbance, and timing, and sleep's covariations with living situation, stress, social support, alcohol use, and grade point average (GPA) across four years of university in 186 Canadian students. Women slept longer as they moved through university, and men slept less; rise times were later each year. Students reported sleeping fewer hours, more sleep disturbances, and later rise times during years with higher stress. In years when… CONTINUE READING
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