Eveningness Tute Activity Looking For Writer Who

Eveningness Tute Activity Looking For Writer Who

Eveningness Tute Activity Looking For Writer Who

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Criteria: 2000 words, at least APA 15 references. Attached some articles in the zip file for you to use, questions, lab report output.

The lab report topic will be relating sleep quantity to cognitive performance.

There will be TWO IVs:

1) Sleep quantity over the last 7 days

2) Sleep quantity from the last 24 hours

The DV will be performance on a measure of cognitive performance. (Memory Span).

The results will simply be two correlations: one relating total quantity over the last 7 days with performance (to give us an indication of the effect of an accumulated sleep debt on performance), and the other relating only the quantity from the last 24 hours.

Students will need to come up with their own hypotheses, and specific wording of their hypotheses, Essentially we will predict a significant positive correlation between cognitive performance (as measured by the digit span task) and sleep quantity, over both the last 7 days as well as the last 24 hours.

The results collected from the onshore cohort at Murdoch Campus was significant for sleep over the last 7 days, but not for sleep from the last 24 hours. There are a number of uncontrolled variables that students can think about that contribute to the lack of relationship between sleep the night before and memory. Specifically :

– time of class (some AM, some PM)

– circadian “type” (see Morningness/Eveningness tute activity)

– compensatory behaviours e.g., caffeine intake

– health, emotions, daily stressors