The American Psychological Association defines sleep psychology as the specialty of sleep psychology studies sleep and evaluates and treats sleep disorders.
It addresses behavioral, psychological and physiological factors that underlie normal and disordered sleep across the life span. It develops, tests and applies evidence-based psychological approaches to the prevention and treatment of sleep disorders and related conditions.
Sleep psychology has evolved from a unique merger of psychological science and practice with sleep science and practice.
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