Author: Hina Shakeel
Supervisor: Naumana Amjad, Ph.D
University: Institute of Applied Psychology, Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan
The present research was conducted to investigate the relationship
between neuroticism, gratitude and the sleep quality of adults. The sample
was drawn from different colleges of Lahore. The hypothesis was there
would be a significant positive relationship between gratitude and sleeps
quality and the negative relationship between neuroticism and sleep
quality. The Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (Buysse, Daniel, Reynolds,
Monk, Berman, & Kupfer, 1989) was used to assess the quality of sleep.
Gratitude Questionnaire (GQ-6) and the Neuroticism
Scale (NFI) were used to assess gratitude and neuroticism. Results
indicated that a significant negative relationship between neuroticism and
sleep quality. Pearson correlation analysis revealed a strong negative
correlation between two variables neuroticism and the sleep quality.
However there is no significant positive relationship between gratitude and
sleep quality. Results also indicated that non-significant gender differences
in neuroticism, gratitude and the sleep quality of adults.
Keywords: Neuroticism, Gratitude, Sleep Quality.
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