Sleep: A Key Factor in Reducing Childhood Impulsivity" – Research reveals that adequate sleep can significantly reduce impulsive behavior in children facing stressful environments.
Link Between Stress and Impulsivity Explored" – Stressful environments often lead to impulsive behavior in adolescents, but not all are affected equally. Researchers investigate the role of sleep in explaining these differences
Sleep Duration and Impulsivity: A Critical Connection" – Data from over 11,000 children aged 9-10 shows a strong association between inadequate sleep (less than 9 hours) and impulsive behaviors, including acting without a plan and seeking thrills.
Neurological Insights: Hyperconnectivity and Impulsivity" – The study explores neurological factors, including hyperconnectivity in the default mode network, which can exacerbate the relationship between stressful environments, sleep patterns, and impulsivity.
Empowering Children's Development through Sleep" – These findings underscore the critical role of sleep in cognitive and behavioral development and suggest potential low-cost interventions to support children facing stressors at home.