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Sleep, Personality, and Social Behavior

Sleep, Personality, and Social Behavior

by Zlatan Krizan Zlatan Krizan
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The purpose of this book is to survey the limited scientific knowledge about how sleep intersects with personality and social behavior. This edited volume establishes a new interdisciplinary field of inquiry about sleep that examines sleep processes in the context of social behavior and social-cognitive processes (e.g., liking, respecting, helping, hurting, achieving), as well as individual differences in personality (i.e., chronic patterns of emotion, thought, and behavior). Contributors identify key gaps in scientific knowledge about sleep and its import for personality-social processes, aiming to shape future research efforts by scholars in psychology, biology, sociology, and sleep medicine.

Among the topics discussed:

• How sleep shapes emotion regulation
• Sleep and temperament in early childhood
• Dynamics between sleep and self-control
• Implications for task performance
• Influence of sleep on social cognition and judgment

Sleep, Personality, and Social Behavior comprehensively examines the role of sleep in emotion and motivation, the impact of sleep on social-cognitive processes, the dynamics between sleeping and relationships functioning, the import of sleep for group behavior, the role of personality differences in sleep, and the role of sleep in personality and social development. Researchers in personality and social psychology, health psychology, and neurology will find this an insightful book that addresses the significant gaps in scientific understanding of sleep.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783030306274
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Publication date: 12/20/2019
Edition description: 1st ed. 2019
Pages: 261
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

About the Author

Dr. Križan’s is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. He received his PhD in personality and social psychology from the University of Iowa. His research examines how the human capacity for self-reflection intersects with emotion, motivation, and personality. The main focus of his ongoing research is the relation between sleep, personality, and social behavior. Specific questions include: Does our personality predict how we sleep? How does sleep disruption impact self-control? How does sleep impact social interaction with others? Dr. Krizan's research is funded by the National Science Foundation.

Table of Contents

Part I: Introduction

1. Sleep and Social Processes

Amie M. Gordon, Wendy Berry Medes, and Aric A. Prather

Part II: Circadian Rhythms

2. Daily Rhythmicity in Social Activity

Joshua Tutek, Heather Gunn, and Brant P. Hasler

3. Chronotype and Social behavior

Christoph Randler

Part III: Cognition, Motivation, and Emotion

4. Sleep in Social Cognition and Judgment

Brieann C. Satterfield, Adam C. Raikes, and William D. S. Killgore

5. Sleep’s Role in Effortful Performance and Sociability


Mindy Engle-Friedman

6. How Sleep Shapes Emotion Regulation 

Jennifer Goldschmied


7. Dynamics between Sleep and Self-Control

Garrett C. Hisler and Zlatan Krizan

Part IV: Dyads, Groups, and Organizations

8. Sleep and Social Impressions

Tina Sundelin and Benjamin C. Holding


9. Sleep in the Context of Close Relationships


Heather E. Gunn and Kenda R. Eberhardt


10. Sleep and Social Behavior in Organizations: Implications for Task Performance 


Arielle P. Rogers, Christopher J. Budnick, and Larissa K. Barber

Part IV: Personality

11. Sleep and Temperament in Early Childhood


Kate E. Williams


12. 12. Early Childhoodep, Organizational, Perofrmance, Labor, ion? n.e about preparing a volume in 2016. f. I owe much gratitude to Personality processes and sleep: An overview and a leitmotif for a research agenda

Katherine A. Duggan and Zlatan Krizan

13. Personality Disorders, Maladaptive Personality Traits, and Sleep Problems:

Findings and Future Directions

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