Association Between Sleep Duration and Intelligence Quotient in 6-Year-Old Children

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Association Between Sleep Duration and Intelligence Quotient in 6-Year-Old Children. / Lee, Kyung-Shin; Kim, Johanna Inhyang; Choi, Yoon-Jung; Cho, Jinwoo; Lim, Youn-Hee; Kim, Bung-Nyun; Shin, Choong Ho; Lee, Young Ah; Hong, Yun-Chul.

I: International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 02.06.2021.

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Lee, K-S, Kim, JI, Choi, Y-J, Cho, J, Lim, Y-H, Kim, B-N, Shin, CH, Lee, YA & Hong, Y-C 2021, 'Association Between Sleep Duration and Intelligence Quotient in 6-Year-Old Children', International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12529-021-09996-8

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Lee, K-S., Kim, J. I., Choi, Y-J., Cho, J., Lim, Y-H., Kim, B-N., Shin, C. H., Lee, Y. A., & Hong, Y-C. (2021). Association Between Sleep Duration and Intelligence Quotient in 6-Year-Old Children. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12529-021-09996-8

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Lee K-S, Kim JI, Choi Y-J, Cho J, Lim Y-H, Kim B-N o.a. Association Between Sleep Duration and Intelligence Quotient in 6-Year-Old Children. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 2021 jun 2. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12529-021-09996-8

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Lee, Kyung-Shin ; Kim, Johanna Inhyang ; Choi, Yoon-Jung ; Cho, Jinwoo ; Lim, Youn-Hee ; Kim, Bung-Nyun ; Shin, Choong Ho ; Lee, Young Ah ; Hong, Yun-Chul. / Association Between Sleep Duration and Intelligence Quotient in 6-Year-Old Children. I: International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 2021.

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title = "Association Between Sleep Duration and Intelligence Quotient in 6-Year-Old Children",
abstract = "BACKGROUND: Sufficient sleep during childhood is important for cognitive functions such as learning and successful school performance. This study aimed to investigate the effects of sleep duration on the intelligence quotient (IQ) of 6-year-old children and aimed to analyze whether these effects differed by sex.METHODS: The IQ of 538 6-year-old Korean participants from the cohort study, {"}The Environment and Development of Children,{"} was measured during follow-up using the Korean Educational Developmental Institute's Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children. The total, verbal, and performance IQ scores were evaluated. The relationship between sleep duration and IQ scores after adjusting for maternal age, maternal educational level, maternal occupation, maternal IQ, exposure to secondhand smoking, gestational age, and monthly age and birth season was also assessed.RESULTS: Longer sleep duration was significantly associated with improved verbal IQ measures (β 0.55; p value 0.030). After stratifying participants by sex, a significant association was observed between sleep duration and total, verbal, and performance IQ scores in boys (total IQ 2.49, p value 0.012; verbal IQ 0.75, p value: 0.037; performance IQ 0.73, p value 0.048), but not in girls.CONCLUSIONS: The results indicated that only boys show a significant association between IQ scores and sleep duration. These findings support the hypothesis that sleep duration is associated with IQ, in a sex dependent manner. Future studies are needed for a thorough evaluation of the connection between sleep duration and health outcome in young children.",
author = "Kyung-Shin Lee and Kim, {Johanna Inhyang} and Yoon-Jung Choi and Jinwoo Cho and Youn-Hee Lim and Bung-Nyun Kim and Shin, {Choong Ho} and Lee, {Young Ah} and Yun-Chul Hong",
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journal = "International Journal of Behavioral Medicine",
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T1 - Association Between Sleep Duration and Intelligence Quotient in 6-Year-Old Children

AU - Lee, Kyung-Shin

AU - Kim, Johanna Inhyang

AU - Choi, Yoon-Jung

AU - Cho, Jinwoo

AU - Lim, Youn-Hee

AU - Kim, Bung-Nyun

AU - Shin, Choong Ho

AU - Lee, Young Ah

AU - Hong, Yun-Chul

PY - 2021/6/2

Y1 - 2021/6/2

N2 - BACKGROUND: Sufficient sleep during childhood is important for cognitive functions such as learning and successful school performance. This study aimed to investigate the effects of sleep duration on the intelligence quotient (IQ) of 6-year-old children and aimed to analyze whether these effects differed by sex.METHODS: The IQ of 538 6-year-old Korean participants from the cohort study, "The Environment and Development of Children," was measured during follow-up using the Korean Educational Developmental Institute's Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children. The total, verbal, and performance IQ scores were evaluated. The relationship between sleep duration and IQ scores after adjusting for maternal age, maternal educational level, maternal occupation, maternal IQ, exposure to secondhand smoking, gestational age, and monthly age and birth season was also assessed.RESULTS: Longer sleep duration was significantly associated with improved verbal IQ measures (β 0.55; p value 0.030). After stratifying participants by sex, a significant association was observed between sleep duration and total, verbal, and performance IQ scores in boys (total IQ 2.49, p value 0.012; verbal IQ 0.75, p value: 0.037; performance IQ 0.73, p value 0.048), but not in girls.CONCLUSIONS: The results indicated that only boys show a significant association between IQ scores and sleep duration. These findings support the hypothesis that sleep duration is associated with IQ, in a sex dependent manner. Future studies are needed for a thorough evaluation of the connection between sleep duration and health outcome in young children.

AB - BACKGROUND: Sufficient sleep during childhood is important for cognitive functions such as learning and successful school performance. This study aimed to investigate the effects of sleep duration on the intelligence quotient (IQ) of 6-year-old children and aimed to analyze whether these effects differed by sex.METHODS: The IQ of 538 6-year-old Korean participants from the cohort study, "The Environment and Development of Children," was measured during follow-up using the Korean Educational Developmental Institute's Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children. The total, verbal, and performance IQ scores were evaluated. The relationship between sleep duration and IQ scores after adjusting for maternal age, maternal educational level, maternal occupation, maternal IQ, exposure to secondhand smoking, gestational age, and monthly age and birth season was also assessed.RESULTS: Longer sleep duration was significantly associated with improved verbal IQ measures (β 0.55; p value 0.030). After stratifying participants by sex, a significant association was observed between sleep duration and total, verbal, and performance IQ scores in boys (total IQ 2.49, p value 0.012; verbal IQ 0.75, p value: 0.037; performance IQ 0.73, p value 0.048), but not in girls.CONCLUSIONS: The results indicated that only boys show a significant association between IQ scores and sleep duration. These findings support the hypothesis that sleep duration is associated with IQ, in a sex dependent manner. Future studies are needed for a thorough evaluation of the connection between sleep duration and health outcome in young children.

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