The Correlation between Sleep Patterns and Learning Patterns of Children
"Sleep, Neurobehavioral Functioning, and Behavior Problems in School-Age Children"
Avi Sadeh, Reut Gruber, and Amiran Raviv wrote the article, "Sleep, Neurobehavioral Functioning, and Behavior Problems in School-Age Children," in 2000, which may be found in the journal Child Development, volume 73, number 2, on pages 405-417. The article was written about a study conducted in order explore the associations between sleep and neurobehavioral functioning (NBF) in everyday children of the school age using objective measures, focusing on whether younger children would show a stronger effect with sleep disruptions than older children. It was hypothesized that the early morning NBF would have a stronger association with sleep quality than the NBF later in the day. Also, it was hypothesized that tasks that involved more complex cognitive functions and required sustained involvement of the attention system would show higher relationship with sleep variations as opposed to the more simple motor or memory tasks.
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