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1: What makes citation challenging as a reader? What would makethis easier?
2: What makes citation challenging as a writer? What would makethis easier?
3: What makes writing about science challenging for you?
4: Read the example paper here; what works well, and what couldimprove?
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A common belief is the less sleep an individual gets the moreprone they are to get sick. In this article the purpose of thestudy was to see if the sleeping patterns of high school aged kidshad any association with how often they become ill with commoncolds, strep, flu, or other acute illnesses. In order to carry outthis experiment the kids wore watch like instruments calledactimetry sensors day and night during the duration of the study,January through May. Actigraphs monitor human activity and restpatterns continuously by measuring the gross motor activity. Theseinstruments combined with interviews, sleep diaries, andobservation of absences from school are how results were reached.Fifty-six participants between the ages of 14 and 19 years old camefrom five different schools across Rhode Island. Outcomes fromthese participants were compared among their gender and grade inschool. The findings were longer sleepers and males reported lesssickness, the article stated that total sleep time effects weremore apparent in males versus females. Overall the study found thatillnesses such as strep or common cold were more frequent inotherwise healthy students with shorter sleep patterns.
This study is trying to report how important sleep is for the humanbody, especially for adolescents. It states that short sleepingpatterns can lead to not only a weaker immune system causing acuteillnesses, but also a higher risk for obesity, mental issues, lowergrades in school and substance abuse in teenagers. Sleeping issomething people underestimate and this article explains that ifkids have good sleep patterns they may not get as sick as often andfunction better overall. I do feel the study should look more intofemales and why the effects were not as visible with them versusthe males. The article shows that females are ill more often thanmales and overall sleep less but it never gave good detail on whatthe actual results were for the girls. I think there should beequal information on genders to give a better picture of the study.Maybe the next step in research could be focused on the gender andsleep patterns, instead of sleep patterns and illness. See howdifferent the sleep patterns are among males and females and lookat their overall health.