Research & Publications
Sleep for Science is a program of research focusing on understanding how sleep patterns are shaped and how they affect other activities, functions, and biological processes. Our research is chiefly about sleep patterns and processes in young humans – children, teens, and young adults.
Papers from Dr. Carskadon's research with the Stanford Sleep Research Lab are listed in this section. more
Papers summarizing early research in the Sleep for Science program at E.P. Bradley Hospital are referenced in this section. more
References to more recent Sleep for Science research projects are provided in this section. more
We receive many requests for certain of the research instruments we have developed and used over the years. Three of these instruments, with a bit of description and reference citations, are included in this section. They include our self-rating scale for puberty, school sleep habits survey, and a sleep diary formatted for scanning. more