La procrastinación del sueño

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Stella M. Valiensi

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La procrastinación del sueño implica quedarse voluntariamente despierto hasta tarde a pesar de saber que afectará negativamente en el rendimiento al día siguiente. Puede ser ocasionada por el uso de medios electrónicos. Presentamos aquí un estudio relacionado con ello realizado en la Argentina, que demostró mayor exposición a las pantallas durante diferentes períodos de la cuarentena.

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Valiensi SM. La procrastinación del sueño. Rev. Hosp. Ital. B.Aires [Internet]. 29 de septiembre de 2022 [citado 3 de diciembre de 2022];42(3):p. 119-120. Disponible en: //ojs.hospitalitaliano.org.ar/index.php/revistahi/article/view/196
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