Relevant Information

In order to make informed decisions, PASD will share relevant and reputable sources pertaining to our sleep exploration study.

Bartscheck, Frank. “How Much Sleep Does Your Student-Athlete Get Per Night?” Usafootball, 8 July 2016,

Belson, Ken. “To the N.F.L., 40 Winks Is as Vital as the 40-Yard Dash.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 1 Oct. 2016,

Boston, Gabriella. “Teens Are Sleep-Deprived. Here's How That Affects Sports, School, Health.” The Washington Post, WP Company, 26 Jan. 2015,

Carroll, Aaron E. “The Economic Case for Letting Teenagers Sleep a Little Later.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 13 Sept. 2017,

Cooke, Rachel. “'Sleep Should Be Prescribed': What Those Late Nights out Could Be Costing You.” The Observer, Guardian News and Media, 24 Sept. 2017,

Foster, Russell. "Why do we sleep?" TED. June 2013. Lecture. Source:

Groopman, Jerome. “The Secrets of Sleep.” The New Yorker, 23 Oct. 2017, pp. 88–92.

Gross, Terry. “Sleep Scientist Warns Against Walking Through Life 'In An Underslept State'.”NPR, NPR, 16 Oct. 2017,

Iliff, Jeff. "One more reason to get a good night's sleep." Sept. 2014. Lecture. Source:

Kosecki, D. “How Much Sleep Do Fitbit Users Really Get? A New Study Finds Out.” Web blog post. Fitbit News. Fitbit, 29. June 2017. Web. 21. Nov 2017.

Maas, James B., et al. Sleep to Win!: Secrets to Unlocking Your Athletic Excellence in Every Sport. AuthorHouse, 2013.

Mack, Lindsay. “I Tried Getting 9 Hours of Sleep Every Night for a Week - and It's More Clear than Ever Why We're All Sleep-Deprived.” Business Insider, Business Insider, 2 Nov. 2017,

Parsley, Kirk "America's biggest problem." Online video clip. YouTube. YouTube, 8 Sept. 2014 Source:

Putterman, Alex. “How School Start Times Affect High-School Athletics.” The Atlantic, Atlantic Media Company, 12 Apr. 2017,

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Troxel, Wendy. "Why school should start later for teens." Nov. 2016. Lecture. Source:

Troxel, Wendy. “Why More Sleep Could Help Kids Do Better in School and Life.” 
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