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Implicit attitudes to sleep in good and poor sleepers.

Sunita Nagra

Implicit attitudes to sleep in good and poor sleepers.

by Sunita Nagra

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Written in English


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Dissertation (M.Sc) - University of Surrey, 2003.

ContributionsUniversity of Surrey. School of Human Sciences. Department of Psychology.
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Open LibraryOL21382140M

A healthy sleep schedule is important for children and teens to remain alert and aware. According to a sleep study conducted by the American Academy of Pediatrics, an estimated 64 percent of school-aged children (ages 6 to 12) go to bed later than 9 p.m., and 43 percent of boys ages 10 to 11 sleep less than the recommended amount each night. It is essential that parents observe and monitor.   The mean GPA of poor sleepers was ± which was significantly lower than that of good sleepers (p sleep quality, % had sleep latency of min, % had sleep duration of sleep efficiency of Author: Ganpat Maheshwari, Faizan Shaukat.

Start studying Psychology Chapter 12 (Book-Only). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. used to measure implicit attitudes and preferences (race, sexual orientation, weight, disability, etc.) given offer that is too good to turn down. Defending against persuasion techniques. sleep on it, play. Explicit and implicit attitudes are a good predictor of behavior. There is an example discussed in the text about how the meat lobby rejected a new U.S. food labeling law that required declaring meat as "30 percent fat" rather than "70 percent lean, 30 percent fat.".

  Twenty-four-hour-a-day and world-wide operations create an environment where workers sleep less or sleep at irregular times often resulting in poor sleep and chronic sleep loss for many adults (Bonnet and Arand, ).Although many studies have examined the effects of sleep deprivation (e.g., Lim and Dinges, ), fewer studies have focused on the effects of poor sleep habits on by: This study sought to examine predictors of subjective/objective sleep discrepancy in poor sleepers. Forty-two individuals with insomnia symptoms (mean age = years, 81% female) were recruited.


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Implicit attitudes to sleep in good and poor sleepers by Sunita Nagra Download PDF EPUB FB2

Book Condition: A+ Customer service. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and by: A Guide to Improving Sleep for Children with Special Needs (Paul H.

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If you suffer from insomnia, you put sleep on a pedestal. It’s time to get a more relaxed attitude towards sleep/5(32). In a study of older adults, participants with chronic insomnia endorsed stronger dysfunctional beliefs and attitudes about sleep than self-defined good sleepers (Morin, Stone, Trinkle, Mercer, & Remsberg, b).

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It explains what sleep is, why it is so important to our health and wellbeing and looks at the many and wide-ranging factors that can prevent us from sleeping well/5. Non-specific somatic complaints - I Movement/min Good sleepers (=12) Poor sleepers (n=25) B C D MIB classes Duration classes of MIBs A 15 sec FIG.

The frequency of movements in bed during the second night. night between the control and patient by: Looking back, I wasn't always a poor sleeper. As a teenager, I could sleep anytime and anywhere.

I once slept in a photo booth after missing the last train home and, I have to confess, I don't. To establish the prevalence of poor sleep quality among service users, the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI), 1 which measures retrospective sleep quality over a one-month period and discriminates between good and poor sleepers, was selected.

The PSQI has good internal consistency and test-retest reliability. Previous article in issue: Subjective–objective sleep discrepancy among older adults: associations with insomnia diagnosis and insomnia treatment. Next article in issue: Efficacy of continuous positive airway pressure treatment on 5-year survival in patients with ischaemic stroke and obstructive sleep apnea: a randomized controlled trial.

These biases may constitute implicit attitudes that are related to, but distinct from explicitly endorsed attitudes. Learn More. Who encounters Implicit Attitudes. It is safe to say Implicit Attitudes is everywhere, a part of most situations and interactions.

However, if you ask people to explain what an implicit attitude is, they often can not. Psychological adjustment, lifestyle, and sleep parameters were investigated in older community residents.

Participants were divided into three categories: good sleepers, poor sleepers experiencing high distress, and poor sleepers experiencing minimal distress. Results indicate that (1) highly distressed poor sleepers manifested an anxious, depressed, negative cognitive-affective set; Cited by: The two orthogonal comparisons to be tested were: (a) that insomniacs would have greater awareness of sleep hygiene principles than good sleepers, but practice less of the desirable behavior; and (b) that sleep-onset and sleep-maintenance insomniacs would not differ from each other in Cited by: Another way that beliefs and attitudes may impact sleep is that those with poor sleep quality tend to think about sleep more – they attend more readily to sleep-related stimuli, and they are more likely to perceive neutral stimuli as being related to sleep [–].

In other words, they experience their sleeplessness as by: Common causes of insomnia and sleep problems in older adults. Poor sleep habits and sleep environment. These include irregular sleep hours, consumption of alcohol before bedtime, and falling asleep with the TV on.

Make sure your room is comfortable, dark and quiet, and your bedtime rituals conducive to sleep. Poor sleepers reported significantly greater levels of fatigue than good sleepers, t () =p good discriminant validity.

Amongst adults with insomnia, the FFS was not significantly correlated with sleepiness, as measured by the Epworth Sleepiness Scale, r () = −, p ( Cited by: Background: The study focused on discriminating adolescents with good versus poor sleep quality.

Method: The sample consisted of adolescents and a transversal design was used. Priming affects poor sleepers but not normal sleepers on an Insomnia Ambiguity Task Article in Journal of Sleep Research 19(1 Pt 1) November with 48 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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Read 25 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. not because Im a poor sleeper but theres always room for improvement and sleep is very important to me, and getting good quality sleep in between the out-of-my-control wake-ups by little children is something worth aiming for.

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