The SENSE Study (Sleep and Education: learning New Skills Early)

Researcher

Project Details

Between 2012-2016, the ADAPT Team at the University of Melbourne conducted a research project called The SENSE Study for Years 7-10 students in high schools in the Melbourne Metropolitan Region. The study explored a new approach to the prevention of health problems by intervening early with teenagers to help them learn and sleep better through two new early intervention programs:

Sleep SENSE Program- designed to teach students how to improve sleep quality, sleep duration, relaxation techniques and general wellbeing.

Study SENSE Program- designed to help students improve their time management, memory and study skills, and to promote active engagement with their school work.

The SENSE Study is a valuable opportunity to better understand how sleep, mood and self-regulation (study skills) impacts adolescent wellbeing, mental and cardiovascular health.

Please click on the links to download a copy of the 'Sleep SENSE Workbook' and the 'Sleep SENSE Facilitator's Manual'.

Research Group

Affective Development and Psychopathology Team



Faculty Research Themes

Child Health

School Research Themes

Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology, Developmental Psychology



Key Contact

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Department / Centre

Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences

Unit / Centre

Affective Development and Psychopathology Team


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