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Does objectively assessed sleep at five years predict sleep and psychological functioning at 14 years? : Hmm, yes and no!

Does objectively assessed sleep at five years predict sleep and psychological functioning at 14 years? : Hmm, yes and no!

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BRAND, Serge, Martin HATZINGER, Christina STADLER, Margarete BOLTEN, Agnes VON WYL, Sonja PERREN, Kai VON KLITZING, Stephanie STADELMANN, Edith HOLSBOER-TRACHSLER, 2015. Does objectively assessed sleep at five years predict sleep and psychological functioning at 14 years? : Hmm, yes and no!. In: Journal of Psychiatric Research. 60, pp. 148-155. ISSN 0022-3956. eISSN 1879-1379. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.jpsychires.2014.10.007

@article{Brand2015objec-32830, title={Does objectively assessed sleep at five years predict sleep and psychological functioning at 14 years? : Hmm, yes and no!}, year={2015}, doi={10.1016/j.jpsychires.2014.10.007}, volume={60}, issn={0022-3956}, journal={Journal of Psychiatric Research}, pages={148--155}, author={Brand, Serge and Hatzinger, Martin and Stadler, Christina and Bolten, Margarete and von Wyl, Agnes and Perren, Sonja and von Klitzing, Kai and Stadelmann, Stephanie and Holsboer-Trachsler, Edith} }

Stadler, Christina Bolten, Margarete Stadelmann, Stephanie 2016-02-03T10:49:02Z Bolten, Margarete Brand, Serge Hatzinger, Martin Stadler, Christina Perren, Sonja Brand, Serge Background<br />We tested the hypothesis that objectively assessed sleep at kindergarten level predicts sleep and psychological functioning in adolescence.<br /><br />Method<br />Thirty-seven adolescents aged 14 years (SD = 1.3), of 67 participants assessed as preschoolers, took part in a follow-up study nine years later. Participants completed a series of questionnaires related to sleep and psychological functioning. Sleep-EEG clusters of poor, normal and good sleepers assessed as children nine years earlier were used as predictors for subjective sleep and psychological functioning in adolescence.<br /><br />Results<br />At the age of 14, those who were normal and good sleepers rather than poor sleepers at the age of five had more positive psychological functioning on dimensions including mental toughness, peer relationship, self-esteem, and perceived stress, but did not differ in current sleep patterns.<br /><br />Conclusions<br />Objectively assessed sleep patterns at the age of five are predictive of aspects of psychological functioning during adolescence. 2016-02-03T10:49:02Z von Wyl, Agnes Stadelmann, Stephanie 2015 Holsboer-Trachsler, Edith von Klitzing, Kai von Klitzing, Kai von Wyl, Agnes Holsboer-Trachsler, Edith eng Does objectively assessed sleep at five years predict sleep and psychological functioning at 14 years? : Hmm, yes and no! Perren, Sonja Hatzinger, Martin

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