Subjective sleep quality exclusively mediates the relationship between morningness-eveningness preference and self-perceived stress response

Roeser K, Meule A, Kübler A, Schlarb A (2012)
Chronobiology International 29(7): 955-960.

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Eveningness preference has been associated with lower sleep quality and higher stress response compared with morningness preference. In the current study, female morning (n = 27) and evening (n = 28) types completed the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) and were additionally challenged with an arithmetic stress-induction task. Evening types reported lower subjective sleep quality and longer sleep latency than morning types. Furthermore, evening types reported higher self-perceived stress after the task than morning types. Subjective sleep quality fully mediated the relationship between morningness-eveningness preference and stress response. Poor sleep quality may, therefore, contribute to the elevated health risk in evening types. (Author correspondence: karolin.roeser@uni-wuerzburg.de) Read More: http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/07420528.2012.699124
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Roeser K, Meule A, Kübler A, Schlarb A. Subjective sleep quality exclusively mediates the relationship between morningness-eveningness preference and self-perceived stress response. Chronobiology International. 2012;29(7):955-960.
Roeser, K., Meule, A., Kübler, A., & Schlarb, A. (2012). Subjective sleep quality exclusively mediates the relationship between morningness-eveningness preference and self-perceived stress response. Chronobiology International, 29(7), 955-960. doi:10.3109/07420528.2012.699124
Roeser, K., Meule, A., Kübler, A., and Schlarb, A. (2012). Subjective sleep quality exclusively mediates the relationship between morningness-eveningness preference and self-perceived stress response. Chronobiology International 29, 955-960.
Roeser, K., et al., 2012. Subjective sleep quality exclusively mediates the relationship between morningness-eveningness preference and self-perceived stress response. Chronobiology International, 29(7), p 955-960.
K. Roeser, et al., “Subjective sleep quality exclusively mediates the relationship between morningness-eveningness preference and self-perceived stress response”, Chronobiology International, vol. 29, 2012, pp. 955-960.
Roeser, K., Meule, A., Kübler, A., Schlarb, A.: Subjective sleep quality exclusively mediates the relationship between morningness-eveningness preference and self-perceived stress response. Chronobiology International. 29, 955-960 (2012).
Roeser, K., Meule, A., Kübler, A., and Schlarb, Angelika. “Subjective sleep quality exclusively mediates the relationship between morningness-eveningness preference and self-perceived stress response”. Chronobiology International 29.7 (2012): 955-960.

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