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Sömn, motion & studieprestation: finns det ett samband?
Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences, GIH, Department of Sport and Health Sciences.
Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences, GIH, Department of Sport and Health Sciences.
2005 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 poäng / 15 hpStudent thesisAlternative title
Sleep, physical activity & schoolperformance : is there a connection? (English)
Abstract [sv]

Syfte:

Syftet med denna studie var att visa om faktorer som sömn- och motionsvanor samvarierar med gymnasieelevers studieresultat. Hypotesen vi arbetat utifrån var att en god balans mellan sömn och motion har en bättre inverkan på studieresultaten än vad ett obalanserat förhållande har.

De tre frågeställningarna vi arbetade efter var

 Finns det något samband mellan de antal timmar per natt under en skolvecka som en gymnasieelev sover och dennes studieresultat?

 Ser sambandet sömn-studieresultat samt träning-studieresultat annorlunda ut mellan de praktiska och studieförberedande programmen?

 Finns det något samband mellan den mängd lätt motion som gymnasieelever företar sig och deras studieresultat?

Metod

Vi har valt att genomföra en enkätundersökning. Enkäten innehöll frågor rörande elevers sömn-, motions- och studievanor samt en fråga kring deras betyg i vissa av kärnämnena.

Antalet enkäter uppgick till 149 stycken. Enkätundersökningen genomfördes på en gymnasieskola i en mellanstor stad i Svealand.

Resultat:

Studien påvisar ett svagt samband mellan sömn, motion och studieprestation. Störst samband finns på de teoretiska programmen.

Slutsats:

Våra resultat stöder till viss del tidigare forskning inom området på så vis att sömn har en inverkan på studieresultatet, detsamma gäller för motion. Våra samband är dock inte lika starka som hos vissa tidigare studier.

Abstract [en]

Aim:

The aim of this study has been to show if factors like sleep and physical activity interacts with schoolperformance. The hypothes we have presupposed was that a good relation in balance between sleep and physical activity have a better influence on schoolperformance compared with an unbalanced relation.

Our three main questions were:

 Is there a connection between the number of hours of sleep a highschoolstudent gets during a schoolweek and the students schoolperformance?

 Is the relation sleep-schoolperformance and physical activity-schoolperformance the same between theoretical and practical programs?

 Is there any connection between the amount of moderate physical activity for a highschoolstudent and his or hers schoolperformance?

Method

We have choosen to do a questionnairestudy. The questionnaire contained questions regarding the pupils sleep-, physical activity- and study habits and their grades in certain main subjects. The number of questionnaires was 149. The questionnairestudy was done at a highschool i a medium large city in Svealand, Sweden.

Results:

The study shows a weak connection between sleep, physical activity and schoolperformance. The strongest connection was found among the students at the theoretical programs.

Conclusions:

Our findings do to some extent support previous research in this area, in the way sleep and physical activity influence on schoolperformance. Our findings did not show as strong connections as previous studies have.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Stockholm: Institutionen för idrotts- och hälsovetenskap , 2005.
Series
C-uppsats Lärarprogrammet, 16:2005
National Category
Medical and Health Sciences
Identifiers
URN: urn:nbn:se:gih:diva-100OAI: oai:DiVA.org:gih-100DiVA: diva2:450
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