Browsing Department of Psychology by Subject "insomnia"

Browsing Department of Psychology by Subject "insomnia"

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  • Tutek, Joshua (University of Alabama Libraries, 2020)
    Harvey’s (2002) cognitive model of insomnia posits that subjectively experienced poor sleep and sleep-related impairment during the day arise from negatively toned cognitive activity consisting of worry and rumination. ...
  • Vander Wal, Gregory S.; Lichstein, Kenneth L.; Perkins, Cynthia K. (2015-12)
    To illuminate the course of insomnia in the presence of an acute comorbidity, we examined the association between insomnia severity and breast cancer symptom severity over time and determined if this association varies ...
  • Lichstein, Kenneth L. (2017-10)
    Insomnia identity refers to the conviction that one has insomnia, and this sleep complaint can be measured independently of sleep. Conventional wisdom predicts that sleep complaints are synchronous with poor sleep, but ...
  • Lichstein, Kenneth; Nau, Sidney D.; Wilson, Nancy M.; Aguillard, R. Neal; Lester, Kristin W.; Bush, Andrew J.; McCrae, Christina S. (2008-01)
    Objective: This study tested cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) in hypnotic-dependent, late middle-age and older adults with insomnia. Method: Seventy volunteers age 50 and older were randomized to CBT plus drug withdrawal, ...
  • Lichstein, Kenneth; Payne, Kristen; Soeffing, James; Durrence, H. Heith; Taylor, Daniel; Riedel, Brant; Andrew, Bush (2007-12)
    Study objective: We analyzed archival data from an epidemiology study to test the association between vitamin use and sleep. Design: Random digit dialing was used to recruit 772 people ranging in age from 20 to 98 for a ...

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