Changes in psychological inflexibility as a potential mediator of longitudinal links between college students’ sleep problems and depressive symptoms

ConclusionsUndergraduates' sleep disturbance was a significant predictor of their depressive symptoms and suicidal ideation via changes in their levels of psychological inflexibility. In addition to addressing students' sleep problems directly, it appears to be advantageous to decrease students’ levels of psychological inflexibility to attenuate the potential association between mental health problems and sleep disturbances typically experienced during college.
Source: Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science - Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

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