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Idaho State University
ISU Sleep Study


The ISU Sleep Study is a longitudinal study about sleep, health and behavior. The main goal of the study is to understand how sleep affects physical health, mental health and social behavior over time. The study is funded by the National Institute of Health and carried out in the Department of Psychology at Idaho State University. Click on the links on the navigation bar to find out more about us.

Would you like to be in the study?

Garrison House

Do you have a child between 8 to 12 years old? We welcome you and your child to take part in a study concerning sleep habits and social behaviors at Idaho State University.

Receive up to $240 if eligible and participate in the full study. Start with $25 for the initial screening.

Activities include interviews, questionnaires, cognitive tests, wearing an activity watch, and sleep assessment.

**Private and Confidential**

Please contact us for a screening!
Telephone: 208-228-5577

Stop By: We are located on the Idaho State University Pocatello campus in the Garrison Hall building. Take the elevator to the fifth floor and come to room 502.
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Study Director: Dr. Maria Wong, Professor and Director of Experimental Psychology