James Maas – Power Sleep – 1999


James Maas – Power Sleep – 1999

In Power Sleep (download) Dr. James B. Maas, pioneer of sleep research at Cornell University, provides an easy, drug-free way to improve your body and brain for an alert and productive tomorrow. With adequate sleep, your potential is renewed every morning.. “Dr. Maas has lectured to top corporations around the country and the world on the importance of sleep. He has collected all of his research and time-tested formulas to create a lucid and easy program geared specifically toward helping you achieve peak performance in every aspect of your life. In Power Sleep, you’ll find the golden rules of sleep, twenty great sleep strategies, do’s and don’ts of sleeping pills and over-the-counter remedies, how to combat travel fatigue, including jet lag and drowsy driving, tips for exhausted parents of newborns, infants, and toddlers, and how to overcome sleep disorders, including insomnia.

Dr. James Maas is a social psychologist best known for his work in the field of sleep research, specifically the relationship between sleep and performance. He famously coined the term “power nap” and wrote the best-selling book Power Sleep.

For over forty years, he has taught Psychology 101 at Cornell University. At times this class has had an enrollment of up to 1,900 students making it the largest class in the country. Since he began teaching, he has instructed over 50,000 students. The class is taught in Bailey Hall.

He holds a B.A. from Williams College and an M.A. and Ph.D. from Cornell.

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