The Zoe Transformation 2.0 sleep challenge research study took place February 2015, on the campus of Southern Adventist University (SAU). This was a study to determine what effect a 28 day sleep challenge coupled with a daily devotional would have on sleep quality, stress, and the daily spiritual experience in the life of a college student attending a private Christian university. Research assistants were involved in each aspect of the study. Among other duties, my role as a research assistant included comparing the databases of the study questionnaires to ensure accuracy. It was in performing this procedure that I became interested in researching the effects of caffeine on stress in the college-aged group. This paper will describe literature review findings and research findings using the Zoe Transformation 2.0 data.
"Powering Up or Stressing Out?: A Look at the Effects of Caffeine on Stress in College-Aged Youth,"
Journal of Interdisciplinary Graduate Research: Vol. 2, Article 3.
Available at: https://knowledge.e.southern.edu/jigr/vol2/iss1/3