Advanced Research in Sleep|
This advanced research course is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of how to critique and analyze psychological research. Specifically, we will focus on research within the field of sleep and psychosocial functioning. This seminar course takes an intensive lab-based approach. Students will have access to a comprehensive dataset that includes assessments of stress, anxiety, depression, physical activity, interpersonal relationship quality, personality, procrastination, and chronotype. Based on this data, students will be expected to commit to a semester-long project, which involves analyzing data and reporting findings on a self-selected topic. Upon completion of this course, students will have a strong working knowledge of the field of sleep and psychosocial functioning. This course also provides opportunities for students to develop analytical, writing, critical thinking, and presentation skills. Students also will gain data analytic skills using the Statistical Package for the Social Science (SPSS) program.
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|Course Format: Laboratory Course||Grading Mode: Graded|
||Prerequisites: (PSYC105 AND PSYC200)
||Fulfills a Major Requirement for: (PSYC)
||Past Enrollment Probability: Not Available
|SECTION 01 In-person only|
|Major Readings: Wesleyan RJ Julia Bookstore
Zohar, D., Tzischinsky, O., Epstein, R., & Lavie, P. (2005). THE EFFECTS OF SLEEP LOSS ON MEDICAL RESIDENTS' EMOTIONAL REACTIONS TO WORK EVENTS: A COGNITIVE-ENERGY MODEL. SLEEP, 28(1), 47-54.
Snell, E. K., Adam, E. K., & Duncan, G. J. (2007). SLEEP AND THE BODY MASS INDEX AND OVERWEIGHT STATUS OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS. CHILD DEVELOPMENT, 78(1), 309-323.
Kroese, F. M., Evers, C., Adriaanse, M. A., & de Ridder, D. T. (2016). BEDTIME PROCRASTINATION: A SELF-REGULATION PERSPECTIVE ON SLEEP INSUFFICIENCY IN THE GENERAL POPULATION. Journal of health psychology, 21(5), 853-862.
Hasler, B. P., Dahl, R. E., Holm, S. M., Jakubcak, J. L., Ryan, N. D., Silk, J. S., ... & Forbes, E. E. (2012). WEEKEND¿WEEKDAY ADVANCES IN SLEEP TIMING ARE ASSOCIATED WITH ALTERED REWARD-RELATED BRAIN FUNCTION IN HEALTHY ADOLESCENTS. Biological psychology, 91(3), 334-341.
Mitchel! l, J. A., Godbole, S., Moran, K., Murray, K., James, P., Laden, F., ... & Glanz, K. (2016). NO EVIDENCE OF RECIPROCAL ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN DAILY SLEEP AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY. MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE, 48(10), 1950.
|Examinations and Assignments: |
Attendance and participation - 10%; Class Assignments - 50%; Article presentation - 15%; Final Research Paper - 25%
|Additional Requirements and/or Comments: |
Students should have fulfilled their Statistics and Research Methods requirement prior to enrollment in this course.
|Instructor(s): Tavernier,Royette Times: .M..... 01:20PM-04:10PM; Location: JUDD113; |
|Permission of Instructor Required|
Enrollment capacity: 10
|Permission of instructor approval will be granted by the instructor during pre-registration through the Electronic Portfolio. Click "Add to My Courses" and "To request a POI electronically, click here" to submit your request.|
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