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The children's report of sleep patterns: Validity and reliability of the sleep Hygiene Index and Sleep Disturbance Scale in adolescents

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posted on 14.11.2019, 00:00 by LJ Meltzer, C Brimeyer, K Russell, KT Avis, S Biggs, Amy ReynoldsAmy Reynolds, VML Crabtree
Objective: Sleep is critical for adolescent health and well-being. However, there are a limited number of validated self-report measures of sleep for adolescents and no well-validated measures of sleep that can be used across middle childhood and adolescence. The Children's Report of Sleep Patterns (CRSP) has been validated in children aged 8-12 years. The purpose of this study was to examine the psychometric properties of the CRSP, a multidimensional, self-report sleep measure for adolescents. Methods: The participants included 570 adolescents 13-18 years, 60% female, recruited from pediatricians' offices, sleep clinics, children's hospitals, schools, and the general population. A multi-method, multi-reporter approach was used to validate the CRSP. Along with the CRSP, a subset of the sample completed the Adolescent Sleep Hygiene Scale (ASHS), with a different subset of adolescents undergoing polysomnography. Results: The CRSP demonstrated good reliability and validity. Group differences on the CRSP were found for adolescents presenting to a sleep or medical clinic (vs. a community sample), for older adolescents (vs. younger adolescents), for those who regularly napped (vs. infrequently napped), and for those with poor sleep quality (vs. good sleep quality). Self-reported sleep quality in adolescents was also associated with higher apnea-hypopnea index scores from polysomnography. Finally, the CRSP Sleep Hygiene Indices were significantly correlated with indices of the ASHS. Conclusions: The CRSP is a valid and reliable measure of adolescent sleep hygiene and sleep disturbances. With a parallel version for middle childhood, the CRSP likely provides clinicians and researchers the ability to measure self-reported sleep across development. © 2014 Elsevier B.V.

Funding

Other

History

Volume

15

Issue

12

Start Page

1500

End Page

1507

Number of Pages

8

eISSN

1878-5506

ISSN

1389-9457

Publisher

Elsevier, Netherlands

Peer Reviewed

Yes

Open Access

No

Acceptance Date

23/08/2014

External Author Affiliations

Monash University; Monash Institute of Medical Research-Prince Henry's Institute, Vic.; University of Alabama, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, National Jewish Health, USA

Author Research Institute

Appleton Institute

Era Eligible

Yes

Journal

Sleep Medicine