Complaints on sleep disorders are common in depression and usually there is no a direct relationship between these complaints and objective sleep variables. The task of the present investigation was to check whether behavioral attitudes in depression are related to their subjective sleep estimation. Subjects. 44 inpatients with major depression and 62 healthy subjects. Methods: BASE test - projective questionnaire for the estimation of the following behavioral attitudes: search activity (SA), stereotyped (St), chaotic (Ch) and passive (Pa) behavior; sleep questionnaire; 21-item HAMILTON Rating Scale for depression.
|Translated title of the contribution||The role of behavioral attitudes in sleep estimation in healthy subjects and depressed patients|
|Number of pages||11|
|State||Published - 2008|
- Behavioral attitudes
- Sleep estimation