“Sleep, the Never-ending Quest of College Students”
The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether undergraduate students completing a course focused entirely on sleep at a major urban university evidence positive changes in their sleep patterns compared to students completing a similar-level course (without any discussion of sleep) in the same department (Psychology) at the same university (UH). Potential changes in sleep patterns across the semester will be examined as well as whether putative changes in sleep can be linked with academic and mental health outcomes.
Behavioral - Behavior of Sleep Course
The current study will evaluate whether a semester-long course focused on sleep improves college students' sleep patterns over one semester compared to students completing a similar-level course in the same department (Psychology) at the same university.
Sleep, the Never-ending Quest of College Students: Effects of a Semester Long Sleep Course on Sleep Patterns and Daytime Functioning