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The main goal of this study was to investigate to what extent polysomnographic (PSG) recordings of nocturnal human sleep can provide information about sleep quality in terms of correlation with a set of daytime measures. These measures were designed with the aim of comprising selected quality of night sleep and consist of subjective sleep quality ratings, neuropsychological tests and physiological parameters. First, a factor analysis model was applied to the large number of daytime measures ofdoi:10.1016/j.biopsycho.2013.05.014 pmid:23751915 pmcid:PMC3749381 fatcat:g6wv52digbebjpnxgsm6t7j5o4