Project Title

Sleep Quality in Young Adults

Project Abstract

Abstract

Research has shown links between rumination and sleep quality and gives some evidence to coping mechanisms such as mindfulness and alcohol use that may affect rumination and sleep quality. The proposed study aims to explore how rumination, mindfulness, alcohol use, and alcohol-related consequences predict sleep quality. A multiple and moderated regression analyses will be performed. By doing so, the relation between rumination and sleep quality as well as adaptive versus maladaptive coping strategies may be better understood in college students. For future research, studies may choose to focus on rumination and the effects on different outcomes such as quality of life, suicidality, and perceived stress.

Keywords: rumination, sleep, college students, health, coping

Funding Type

Research Grant

Academic College

College of Humanities and Fine Arts

Area/Major/Minor

Clinical Psychology

Degree

Master of Arts

Graduation Expected

August 2022

Classification

Graduate

Name

Tracey McCue, PhD.

Academic College

College of Humanities and Fine Arts

Beginning date of project

3-2022

End date of project

7-2022

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