Kühnel Jana, Syrek Christine J., Dreher Anne
Frontiers in Psychology Vol. 9
2018-02-02
https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00077/full
This daily diary study investigates the phenomenon of bedtime procrastination. Bedtime procrastination is defined as going to bed later than intended, without having external reasons for doing so. We highlight the role chronotype (interindividual differences in biological preferences for sleep-wake-times) plays for bedtime procrastination. Moreover, we challenge the view that bedtime procrastination is the result of a lack of self-regulatory resources by investigating momentary self-regulatory resources as a predictor of day-specific bedtime procrastination.