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Answer: Yes or No

  1. If I get up too early for several days in a row, then I need to make up for the lost sleep.
  2. I seldom feel sleepy late in the evening.
  3. Sometimes I can't sleep because I'm too worried.
  4. I'm always sure that I will get up on time in the morning.
  5. It is easy for me to change the time I go to sleep or get up (to either earlier or later hours).
  6. Sometimes I wake up too early in the morning and can't fall back asleep again.
  7. Usually I wake up quickly and easily in the morning.
  8. Sometimes it is easy for me to get some work done during the evening.
  9. If I lie down in the daytime, I can quickly fall asleep.
  10. Sometimes, before falling into a sound sleep, I wake up a couple of times.
  11. I like to get up very early in the morning.
  12. Sometimes it is difficult for me to get things done in the evening.
  13. When I'm sleepy coffee or strong tea do not prevent me from falling asleep quickly.
  14. Some mornings it takes a long time to wake me up.
  15. Frequently, I'm in a bad mood, if I don't get enough sleep.
  16. If I'm awakened from sleeping, it is easy for me to fall back to sleep again.
  17. Frequently, I don't want to wake up in the morning.
  18. Sometimes it is hard for me to work in the late evening.
  19. Very rarely do I take a nap after lunch, even if I have the opportunity.
  20. I usually sleep "like a log" at night.
  21. If I don't get enough sleep one night, I can very easily catch up on my sleep the next night.
  22. I'm usually in a better mood in the evening than during the daytime.
  23. I can usually fall asleep after something has upset me.
  24. I'm easily awakened in the morning by an alarm clock.
  25. It is difficult for me when I have to change my normal sleeping schedule.
  26. If I'm awakened during the middle of the night, I can easily get back to sleep.
  27. I rarely wake up with the unpleasant thought that it is time to get up.
  28. If the work is interesting, I am happy to work at night and rest during the day.
  29. Sometimes sleeping in the daytime gives me a headache.
  30. If I go to bed at my usual time, I fall asleep very quickly.
  31. If I have to wake up early during the week, I wake up early on the weekends as well.
  32. Often in the evening I feel very tired.
  33. If I worry about something during the evening, I can't sleep well at night.
  34. It is difficult for me to wake up by myself at a certain designated time.
  35. Missing sleep doesn't usually put me in a bad mood.
  36. If I wake up too early in the morning, it is difficult for me to fall back asleep.
  37. I don't feel well in the morning, even after a long night's sleep.
  38. It is always hard for me to work late at night.
  39. If I don't get enough sleep at night I can always make up for it with a nap after lunch.
  40. At the beginning of the night I'm easily awakened by any noise.
  41. It is rather easy for me to shift the time I sleep or wake.
  42. Usually just before the time I go to sleep my performance is yet considerably high.
  43. If it is possible, I take a nap with pleasure.
  44. I'm in a bad mood when I have started to alter my normal sleeping schedule.
  45. It is easier for me to finish my work early in the morning than late at night.
  46. As for me, a nap is a bad substitute of a night sleep.
  47. I'm O'key during all day following by only a half night sleep.
  48. Frequently, my alertness level in the evening is higher as compared with the level in the morning.
  49. During daytime I can fall asleep almost as quickly as during nightime.
  50. If my normal sleeping schedule is altered, I use to nod during the following day.
  51. In the evening I usually think out worse than in the morning.
  52. If I sleep enough every night, I can't fall into a sound sleep during the day.

Reference: First described in:
Putilov A.A. Toward the enlarged version of sleep-wake pattern assessment questionnaire. 1993 European Meet. Psychometric Soc. Barcelona, Spain, July 26th-28th, 1993, p.130.

Text of the 52-item version of the questionnaire was published in:
Putilov, A.A. Association of the circadian phase with two morningness-eveningness scales of an enlarged version of the sleep-wake pattern assessment questionnaire. Arbeitswissenschaft in der betrieblichen Praxis, Bund 17, 2000, pp. 317-322.