In sync with adolescence : the role of morningness-eveningness in adolescence / Anna-Karin Andershed.

By: Andershed, Anna-KarinMaterial type: TextTextSeries: SpringerLongitudinal research in the social and behavioral sciences: Publisher: New York : Springer Science, c2005Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 184 p.) : illISBN: 0387224173 (acid-free paper); 9780387224176 (acid-free paper); 9780387238227 (electronic bk.); 0387238220 (electronic bk.); 6610804257 (electronic bk.); 9786610804252 (electronic bk.)Subject(s): Teenagers -- Longitudinal studies | Circadian rhythms -- Longitudinal studies | Adolescence | Social adjustment | Developmental psychologyAdditional physical formats: Print version:: In sync with adolescence.LOC classification: HQ796 | .A6835 2005Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- CONTENTS -- 1. AN INTRODUCTION TO MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS -- THEORY AND RESEARCH ON CIRCADIAN RHYTHMICITY -- What Is a Circadian Rhythm? -- Physiology of the Circadian System -- How Are We Entrained? -- Life-Span Development of Circadian Rhythms -- WHAT IS MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS? -- Circadian Rhythmicity and M-E -- History of M-E -- Previous Research on M-E -- M-E of Adolescents -- MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS FROM A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVE -- Creating a "New" Tradition -- Why Is a Developmental Perspective Important? -- OBJECTIVES -- 2. SAMPLES AND MEASURES OF MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS -- THE SAMPLES -- Sample 1 -- Sample 2 -- Sample 3 -- MEASURES OF MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS -- Adolescents' M-E -- Parents' Ratings of Adolescents' M-E -- Parents' M-E -- 3. MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS IN ADOLESCENCE -- ADOLESCENTS' SELF-REPORTS OF MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS -- Distributions and Stability of M-E across Eighteen Months -- Distributions and Stability of M-E across Five Years -- Gender and Age Differences in M-E and Degree of Stability -- Summary of Adolescents' Self-Reports of M-E -- PARENTS' VIEWS OF ADOLESCENTS' MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS -- Stability in Parents' Ratings of Adolescents' M-E -- Can Assessments of Adolescents' Morning Vigour Confirm M-E Ratings? -- Gender Differences in Parents' Ratings of Adolescents' M-E and Morning Vigour -- Summary and Comments on Parents' Ratings of Adolescents' M-E -- EXPLAINING CHANGES IN MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS -- Is M-E Associated With Actual Arising and Bedtimes? -- Measures of Arising and Bedtimes -- Differences among M-E Types in Arising and Bedtimes -- Gender Differences in Arising and Bedtimes -- Can M-E Predict Arising and Bedtimes Five Years Later, and Vice Versa? -- Is M-E Associated With Other Sleep-Wake Regulating Conditions? -- Gender Differences in Curfews -- Can M-E Predict Other Sleep-Wake Regulating Conditions, and Vice Versa? -- Summary and Comments on Explaining Changes in M-E -- IS ADOLESCENTS' MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS RELATED TO MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS OF PEOPLE CLOSE TO THEM? -- M-E Similarity in the Family -- Distributions of Parents' Ratings of Their Own M-E -- Resemblance between Adolescents and Parents -- M-E Similarity in Best Friend Dyads -- M-E Similarity among Peer Group Members -- Summary and Comments on Similarities in M-E Among People in Proximity -- IMPLICATIONS OF RESULTS ON STABILITY AND EXTERNAL INFLUENCES ON MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS -- 4. MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS AND SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT -- THE RELATION BETWEEN MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS AND LOITERING -- Measures of Loitering -- Differences among M-E Types in Loitering -- Gender and Age differences in Loitering -- Comments on M-E and Loitering -- THE RELATION BETWEEN MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS AND SUBSTANCE USE -- Measures of Substance Use -- Differences among M-E Types in Substance Use -- Parallel Use of Substances -- Gender and Age Differences in Substance Use -- Comments on M-E and Substance Use -- THE RELATION BETWEEN MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS AND DELINQUENCY -- Measures of Delinquency -- Differences among M-E Types in Delinquency -- Gender and Age Di.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 163-177) and index.

Cover -- CONTENTS -- 1. AN INTRODUCTION TO MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS -- THEORY AND RESEARCH ON CIRCADIAN RHYTHMICITY -- What Is a Circadian Rhythm? -- Physiology of the Circadian System -- How Are We Entrained? -- Life-Span Development of Circadian Rhythms -- WHAT IS MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS? -- Circadian Rhythmicity and M-E -- History of M-E -- Previous Research on M-E -- M-E of Adolescents -- MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS FROM A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVE -- Creating a "New" Tradition -- Why Is a Developmental Perspective Important? -- OBJECTIVES -- 2. SAMPLES AND MEASURES OF MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS -- THE SAMPLES -- Sample 1 -- Sample 2 -- Sample 3 -- MEASURES OF MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS -- Adolescents' M-E -- Parents' Ratings of Adolescents' M-E -- Parents' M-E -- 3. MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS IN ADOLESCENCE -- ADOLESCENTS' SELF-REPORTS OF MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS -- Distributions and Stability of M-E across Eighteen Months -- Distributions and Stability of M-E across Five Years -- Gender and Age Differences in M-E and Degree of Stability -- Summary of Adolescents' Self-Reports of M-E -- PARENTS' VIEWS OF ADOLESCENTS' MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS -- Stability in Parents' Ratings of Adolescents' M-E -- Can Assessments of Adolescents' Morning Vigour Confirm M-E Ratings? -- Gender Differences in Parents' Ratings of Adolescents' M-E and Morning Vigour -- Summary and Comments on Parents' Ratings of Adolescents' M-E -- EXPLAINING CHANGES IN MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS -- Is M-E Associated With Actual Arising and Bedtimes? -- Measures of Arising and Bedtimes -- Differences among M-E Types in Arising and Bedtimes -- Gender Differences in Arising and Bedtimes -- Can M-E Predict Arising and Bedtimes Five Years Later, and Vice Versa? -- Is M-E Associated With Other Sleep-Wake Regulating Conditions? -- Gender Differences in Curfews -- Can M-E Predict Other Sleep-Wake Regulating Conditions, and Vice Versa? -- Summary and Comments on Explaining Changes in M-E -- IS ADOLESCENTS' MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS RELATED TO MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS OF PEOPLE CLOSE TO THEM? -- M-E Similarity in the Family -- Distributions of Parents' Ratings of Their Own M-E -- Resemblance between Adolescents and Parents -- M-E Similarity in Best Friend Dyads -- M-E Similarity among Peer Group Members -- Summary and Comments on Similarities in M-E Among People in Proximity -- IMPLICATIONS OF RESULTS ON STABILITY AND EXTERNAL INFLUENCES ON MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS -- 4. MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS AND SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT -- THE RELATION BETWEEN MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS AND LOITERING -- Measures of Loitering -- Differences among M-E Types in Loitering -- Gender and Age differences in Loitering -- Comments on M-E and Loitering -- THE RELATION BETWEEN MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS AND SUBSTANCE USE -- Measures of Substance Use -- Differences among M-E Types in Substance Use -- Parallel Use of Substances -- Gender and Age Differences in Substance Use -- Comments on M-E and Substance Use -- THE RELATION BETWEEN MORNINGNESS-EVENINGNESS AND DELINQUENCY -- Measures of Delinquency -- Differences among M-E Types in Delinquency -- Gender and Age Di.

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