Worry and sleep length revisited: worry, sleep length, and sleep disturbance ascribed to worry.

@article{Kelly2002WorryAS,
  title={Worry and sleep length revisited: worry, sleep length, and sleep disturbance ascribed to worry.},
  author={William E. Kelly},
  journal={The Journal of genetic psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={163 3},
  pages={296-304}
}
The author administered university students (N = 222; 152 women, 70 men) the Worry Domains Questionnaire (F. Tallis, G. C. L. Davey, & A. Bond, 1994) and a newly constructed scale (the Sleep Disturbance Ascribed to Worry Scale) to measure sleep disturbance attributed to worry. To revisit previous studies (i.e., E. Hartmann, F. Baekeland, & G. R. Zwilling, 1972; S. J. H. McCann & L. L. Stewin, 1988) that suggested that sleep length was positively related to worry, the author also asked the… CONTINUE READING

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