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Remembrance

Remembering Richard R. Bootzin

Colleagues and former students honor a scientist for pioneering the study and treatment of sleep disorders and for championing science-based training for clinical psychological scientists. ... More>


When Fatigue Boosts Creativity


Sleep Deprivation Linked To Inappropriate, Unethical Behavior on the Job

A lack of adequate sleep may impede workers’ self-control, leading to more deviant and unethical behavior at work. ... More>


Sleep Quality and Parenting Related to Children’s Executive Function

Psychological scientists from the University of Montreal explore the ways in which social relationships, biology, and cognition interact to influence children's well-being. ... More>


Can People Tell When They’re Too Sleepy to Drive Safely?

Drowsy driving can be just as dangerous as drunk driving, leading a team of researchers to ask whether sleepy drivers can accurately determine when they’re too tired for safe driving. ... More>