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:: Volume 11, Issue 2 (Spring 2023) ::
Shefaye Khatam 2023, 11(2): 32-40 Back to browse issues page
Executive Functions in Adolescents with Sleep Disorder
Farhad Ghadiri sourman abadi * , Karim Abdolmohammadi
Department of Psychology, Faculty of Literature and Human Sciences, Urmia University, Urmia, Iran , farhadghadiri17@yahoo.com
Abstract:   (976 Views)
Introductin: Sleep is an essential biological function that has a pivotal role in the development of cognitive skills. Sleep disorders make people susceptible to various cognitive and psychological problems. Therefore, this study aimed to Investigate the executive functions in adolescents with sleep disorders. Materials and Methods: The method of the present research was a causal-comparative. The research population consisted of all those who were referred to the health centers and the psychiatric clinic in Tabriz, Iran. 240 adolescents (120 adolescents with sleep disorders and 120 normal adolescents) were selected using available sampling. A sleep disorder checklist (SDS-CL-17) and executive skills questionnaire (ESQ-R) were used to collect data. Results: The results show that adolescents with sleep disorders have more deficiency in all components of executive functions than the healthy group. Conclusion: Our data indicate that sleep disorders make adolescents more susceptible to executive function problems.
Keywords: Executive Function, Sleep Wake Disorders, Adolescent
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Type of Study: Research --- Open Access, CC-BY-NC | Subject: Cognitive Neuroscience
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