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Percept Mot Skills. 1989 Aug;69(1):145-6.

The sleep-promoting behaviors of habitual short- and longer-sleeping adults.

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Department of Psychology, San Jose State University, CA 95192.

Abstract

Consistent with the view that habitual longer-sleepers are more concerned with their sleep, this group (n = 25) reported engaging in twice as many sleep-promoting behaviors as a group of short-sleepers (n = 25). The longer sleepers tended to use alcohol and the short sleepers food to promote sleep.

PMID:
2674882
DOI:
10.2466/pms.1989.69.1.145
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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