2012
DOI: 10.1177/0733464812458364
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Abstract: As individuals age they report increasing numbers of sleep problems (e.g., increased nighttime wakings) and this poorer sleep quality has been associated with increased risk for various medical conditions; however limited research has focused on the implications of sleep quality on everyday functioning in older adulthood. We compared three methods of sleep data collection (wrist actigraphy, self-report questionnaires, and sleep diary) and evaluated their relationships with three approaches to assessing everyda… Show more

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“…Studies with small- to medium-sized samples of cognitively normal older adults have produced varied associations between actigraphy variables and episodic-memory, problem-solving, executive-function, and processing-speed performance (Cochrane, Robertson, & Coogan, 2012; Miyata et al, 2013; Oosterman, van Someren, Vogels, Van Harten, & Scherder, 2009; Parsey, Schmitter-Edgecombe, & Belenky, 2012; Regestein et al, 2004; Scullin, 2013; Westerberg et al, 2010; Wilckens, Woo, Erickson, & Wheeler, 2014; Wilckens, Woo, Kirk, Erickson, & Wheeler, 2014). These studies typically did not control for demographic or health-related variables (cf.…”
Section: Motor Activity (Actigraphy) and Neuropsychological Testingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Studies with small- to medium-sized samples of cognitively normal older adults have produced varied associations between actigraphy variables and episodic-memory, problem-solving, executive-function, and processing-speed performance (Cochrane, Robertson, & Coogan, 2012; Miyata et al, 2013; Oosterman, van Someren, Vogels, Van Harten, & Scherder, 2009; Parsey, Schmitter-Edgecombe, & Belenky, 2012; Regestein et al, 2004; Scullin, 2013; Westerberg et al, 2010; Wilckens, Woo, Erickson, & Wheeler, 2014; Wilckens, Woo, Kirk, Erickson, & Wheeler, 2014). These studies typically did not control for demographic or health-related variables (cf.…”
Section: Motor Activity (Actigraphy) and Neuropsychological Testingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Recent trends in behavioral health have demonstrated the importance of quality sleep in older age [1]. However, nighttime sleep disturbances are common in older adults [2] such as early waking, poorer sleep efficiency (SE), and trouble falling asleep [3-5]. Sleep difficulties in cognitively healthy older adults have been associated with self-reports of poorer physical and mental functioning [6,7], indicating the importance of sleep in successful aging (ie, the preservation of physical and cognitive functioning and avoidance of disease processes [8].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Sleep quality is considered a marker of overall health across the lifespan (Driscoll et al, 2008;Parsey, Schmitter-Edgecombe, & Belenky, 2015;Spira, 2018). With aging, sleep undergoes several physiological changes, which can affect an individual's sleep both at the macro level (in terms of sleep duration and NREM-REM sleep cycles, for instance), and at the micro level, as in the different electrical oscillations of the various stages of sleep (Mander, Winer, & Walker, 2017).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%