Daily Sleep Predicting Marital Interactions as Mediated Through Mood
Affect, Daily diary, Marriage, Sleep
Sleep problems increase in later life. Studies have linked sleep with marital satisfaction, yet mechanisms, such as mood, have not been explored. The current study is innovative in examining sleep and marital interactions among older couples in a daily context, exploring mood as a potential mediator.
Original Publication Citation
Yorgason, Jeremy B., Wes Godfrey, Vaughn R.A. Call, Lance D. Erickson, Kathryn B. Gustafson, & Ariana H. Bond. (2018). “Daily Sleep Predicting Marital Interactions as Mediated through Mood.” Journals of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences. 73(3):421-431. DOI: 10.1093/geronb/gbw093
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Yorgason, Jeremy; Godfrey, Wesley B.; Call, Vaugh R A; Erickson, Lance; Gustafson, Kathryn Leigh Bunnell; and Bond, Ariana H., "Daily Sleep Predicting Marital Interactions as Mediated Through Mood" (2016). Faculty Publications. 2769.
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