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The Sleep, Sports, and Mental Health Study is an observational survey to elucidate the intricate relationship between sleep, mental health, and athletic performance, particularly within collegiate athletes.
About the Study

We are looking for collegiate athletes affiliated with NCAA or the NAIA.

We would like to understand the interplay between sleep, mental health, and performance in collegiate athletes affiliated with the NCAA and the NAIA. Additionally, we would like to evaluate the support systems available to athletes to determine the impact of these systems on athletes’ prioritization of sleep, their sleep habits, mental health, and overall athletic performance within these organizations.

Through our research, we anticipate gaining valuable insights that will enhance our understanding of these dynamics and potentially inform strategies to optimize both sleep and mental well-being among collegiate athletes.

We want to do the following:

  • Assess sleep habits and quality in collegiate athletes
  • Assess mental health, loneliness and interpersonal partner violence in collegiate athletes and what support structures are available to athletes.
  • Assess individual and team sport performance in collegiate athletes
Study Criteria
  • Currently attend a college in the US
  • Be a current collegiate athlete affiliated with the NAIA/NCAA

To participate in the study, you will be asked to fill out an initial survey on a participant information sheet then additional anonymous surveys on personal information personal information about yourself, personal perceptions and experiences of a sleep habits, mental health and athletic performance.

Duration of Surveys: To be taken at your convenience, the surveys should take approximately [time].

Compensation and Costs: Participants will not be paid to take the survey, and participation requires access to Internet. There will be 16 vouchers valued at $50.00  raffled as compensation throughout the study duration. You will also receive a report of the general study data at the end of the study.

Please feel free to schedule a meeting with us at, or contact us at 857-523-5547 or with any questions you may have.

In the case you experience psychological discomfort during your participation, please feel free to call the National Hotline on 1-800-273-8255.

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