Advanced search
1 file | 761.60 KB Add to list

Adolescents’ sleep quality in relation to peer, family and school factors : findings from the 2017/2018 HBSC study in Flanders

Author
Organization
Abstract
Purpose While a multitude of studies focused on biological and behavioral determinants of adolescents' sleep quality, a paucity of research examined the impact of social factors. The current study therefore examines the relationship between adolescents' sleep quality and peer, family and school factors. Methods Data of Flemish participants in the 2017/2018 Health Behavior in School-aged Children survey (HBSC) were used, which is representative of the adolescent population (11-18 years) in Flanders. Adolescents' sleep quality was linked to individual-level data on peer relationships (i.e., peer support), family relationships (i.e., family support, perceived family wealth, caregiving responsibilities) and school relationships (i.e., teacher support, school support, school pressure) and contextual-level data on the school culture. Three-level multilevel models were fitted to account for the clustering of individuals (N = 8153) within classes (N = 769) and classes within schools (N = 177). Results The individual-level results indicated that adolescents' sleep quality was positively related to family support, teacher support, student support and perceived family wealth. In contrast, adolescents' sleep quality was negatively related to caregiving responsibilities and school pressure. In addition, the contextual-level results pointed out that adolescents tended to report better sleep quality in less-demanding schools. Conclusion These findings highlight the need to consider social factors in promoting better sleep in adolescence.
Keywords
Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health, Sleep, Social factors, HBSC, Multilevel analysis, HEALTH COMPLAINTS, PSYCHOSOMATIC HEALTH, MULTILEVEL ANALYSIS, START TIME, SUPPORT, CHILDREN, IMPACT, ASSOCIATIONS, SMOKING, HABITS

Downloads

  • (...).pdf
    • full text (Published version)
    • |
    • UGent only
    • |
    • PDF
    • |
    • 761.60 KB

Citation

Please use this url to cite or link to this publication:

MLA
Delaruelle, Katrijn, et al. “Adolescents’ Sleep Quality in Relation to Peer, Family and School Factors : Findings from the 2017/2018 HBSC Study in Flanders.” QUALITY OF LIFE RESEARCH, 2020, doi:10.1007/s11136-020-02614-2.
APA
Delaruelle, K., Dierckens, M., Vandendriessche, A., Deforche, B., & Poppe, L. (2020). Adolescents’ sleep quality in relation to peer, family and school factors : findings from the 2017/2018 HBSC study in Flanders. QUALITY OF LIFE RESEARCH. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11136-020-02614-2
Chicago author-date
Delaruelle, Katrijn, Maxim Dierckens, Anneke Vandendriessche, Benedicte Deforche, and Louise Poppe. 2020. “Adolescents’ Sleep Quality in Relation to Peer, Family and School Factors : Findings from the 2017/2018 HBSC Study in Flanders.” QUALITY OF LIFE RESEARCH. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11136-020-02614-2.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Delaruelle, Katrijn, Maxim Dierckens, Anneke Vandendriessche, Benedicte Deforche, and Louise Poppe. 2020. “Adolescents’ Sleep Quality in Relation to Peer, Family and School Factors : Findings from the 2017/2018 HBSC Study in Flanders.” QUALITY OF LIFE RESEARCH. doi:10.1007/s11136-020-02614-2.
Vancouver
1.
Delaruelle K, Dierckens M, Vandendriessche A, Deforche B, Poppe L. Adolescents’ sleep quality in relation to peer, family and school factors : findings from the 2017/2018 HBSC study in Flanders. QUALITY OF LIFE RESEARCH. 2020;
IEEE
[1]
K. Delaruelle, M. Dierckens, A. Vandendriessche, B. Deforche, and L. Poppe, “Adolescents’ sleep quality in relation to peer, family and school factors : findings from the 2017/2018 HBSC study in Flanders,” QUALITY OF LIFE RESEARCH, 2020.
@article{8673144,
  abstract     = {Purpose While a multitude of studies focused on biological and behavioral determinants of adolescents' sleep quality, a paucity of research examined the impact of social factors. The current study therefore examines the relationship between adolescents' sleep quality and peer, family and school factors. Methods Data of Flemish participants in the 2017/2018 Health Behavior in School-aged Children survey (HBSC) were used, which is representative of the adolescent population (11-18 years) in Flanders. Adolescents' sleep quality was linked to individual-level data on peer relationships (i.e., peer support), family relationships (i.e., family support, perceived family wealth, caregiving responsibilities) and school relationships (i.e., teacher support, school support, school pressure) and contextual-level data on the school culture. Three-level multilevel models were fitted to account for the clustering of individuals (N = 8153) within classes (N = 769) and classes within schools (N = 177). Results The individual-level results indicated that adolescents' sleep quality was positively related to family support, teacher support, student support and perceived family wealth. In contrast, adolescents' sleep quality was negatively related to caregiving responsibilities and school pressure. In addition, the contextual-level results pointed out that adolescents tended to report better sleep quality in less-demanding schools. Conclusion These findings highlight the need to consider social factors in promoting better sleep in adolescence.},
  author       = {Delaruelle, Katrijn and Dierckens, Maxim and Vandendriessche, Anneke and Deforche, Benedicte and Poppe, Louise},
  issn         = {0962-9343},
  journal      = {QUALITY OF LIFE RESEARCH},
  keywords     = {Public Health,Environmental and Occupational Health,Sleep,Social factors,HBSC,Multilevel analysis,HEALTH COMPLAINTS,PSYCHOSOMATIC HEALTH,MULTILEVEL ANALYSIS,START TIME,SUPPORT,CHILDREN,IMPACT,ASSOCIATIONS,SMOKING,HABITS},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {11},
  title        = {Adolescents’ sleep quality in relation to peer, family and school factors : findings from the 2017/2018 HBSC study in Flanders},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11136-020-02614-2},
  year         = {2020},
}

Altmetric
View in Altmetric
Web of Science
Times cited: