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Abstract This study purpose to investigate factors influencing the sleeping quality of college students. Subjects were collage students at one national university during February and June, 2012. The research instrument was one structured questionnaire delivered to subjects with stratified cluster sampling. Among 550 copies of distributed questionnaire, 497 were valid. The returned rate was 90.4% . The findings were as following: 1.More than 60% of the subjects were found by PSQI to have bad sleeping quality. The sleeping quality on weekends was better than weekdays. 2.There were significant differences among the sleeping quality and genders, collages, living locations, and diseases. With further analyzing with Scheffe Post Hoc, it was found that students from engineering collage had worse sleeping quality than students from scientific management collage. 3.There was a significant negative relation between living stresses and sleeping quality. Heavy living stresses, especially the academic stress, might result in worse sleeping quality. 4.Subjects with worse sleeping behavior, diet preference, exercise preference, sleeping environment, and internet usage behavior might had worse sleeping quality. 5.The predictors such as self-health awareness, diet preferences, sleeping environment, internet usage behavior could effectively predict the sleeping quality. The explanatory power was 36.5 % and the internet usage behavior was the most influential.
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