Correlation Study among the Bedtime Procrastination and Sleep Disorder, and Depression of University Students during COVID-19 Pandemic in Korea

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Sung-Min Son, A-Reum, Park

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The purpose of this study is to analyze the correlation among the bedtime procrastination and sleep disorder, and depression of university students during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Korea. The subjects were 120 university students in Korea. The assessment of bedtime procrastination was used by the bedtime procrastination scale and the assessment of sleep disorder was used by the sleep disorder questionnaire. The assessment of depression was used by the self-rating depression scale. All the assessment was performed by the Google online survey in consideration of COVID-19 Pandemic in Korea. To verify the relationship between variables, the Correlation Analysis was performed. As the results of the correlation among variables, all the results among the variables showed the positive correlation and these showed statistically significant difference. COVID-19 pandemic acts as a factor to effect on the increase of bedtime procrastination, sleep disorders and depression level. Thus, the multi-faced and detailed analysis of these should be performed.

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A-Reum, Park, S.-M. S. (2021). Correlation Study among the Bedtime Procrastination and Sleep Disorder, and Depression of University Students during COVID-19 Pandemic in Korea. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 18620–18630. Retrieved from https://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/9392
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