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Numerous measures exist to gain a full picture of a student's learning strengths and challenges. Following are examples of measures used to assess this Learner Factor. These measures should be administered and interpreted by experienced professionals.
Sleep Timing Questionnaire (Monk et al., 2003): Self-report questionnaire to assess sleep-wake patterns on typical weekdays and weekends
Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (Buysse et al., 1989): Self-report questionnaire to assess seven dimensions of sleep quality including sleep duration, disturbances, use of sleep medication, and daytime dysfunction.
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Babson, K. A., & Feldner, M. T. (2010). Temporal relations between sleep problems and both traumatic event exposure and PTSD: A critical review of the empirical literature. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 24(1), 1-15.
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Monk, T. H., Buysse, D. J., Kennedy, K. S., Potts, J. M., DeGrazia, J. M., & Miewald, J. M. (2003). Measuring sleep habits without using a diary: The sleep timing questionnaire. Sleep, 26(2), 208-212.
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