TABLE 5

Findings From Regression Analysis Indicating Significant (P < .05) Associations in eAT Group of Changes in Neuropsychological Test Scores With Changes in Sleep Measures

Skill Domain and TestSleep Measures Associated With Changeβ (SE)P
Nonverbal reasoning
 DAS-II Pattern ConstructionNormalization of OSAS0.40 (0.17).023
Percentage sleep time with end-tidal CO2 values >50 mm Hg−0.10 (0.05).033
Sleep efficiency0.13 (0.06).028
Attention and executive function
 NEPSY Visual AttentionPSQ-SRBD−0.81 (0.41).049
 NEPSY Auditory Attention and Response SetOxygen desaturation index of ≥3% per hour of sleep−0.15 (0.07).037
Percentage sleep time in rapid eye movement sleep0.04 (0.01).004
 NEPSY-II Inhibition, NamingPercentage sleep time in rapid eye movement sleep0.03 (0.02).036
 NEPSY-II Word Generation, Initial LetterApnea hypopnea index−0.38 (0.15).015
Perceptual–motor and visual–spatial skills
 Purdue Pegboard Non-dominant HandArousal index0.39 (0.17).021
Sleep efficiency0.13 (0.06).041
 Purdue Pegboard Both HandsPercentage sleep time with end-tidal CO2 values >50 mm Hg−0.16 (0.05).002
Sleep efficiency0.14 (0.06).029
Verbal learning and memory
 WRAML2 Verbal LearningOxygen desaturation index of ≥3% per hour of sleep−0.18 (0.08).023
 WRAML2 Verbal Learning RecallmESS−0.03 (0.02).049
 WRAML2 Verbal Learning RecognitionSleep efficiency−0.17 (0.08).031
  • All Ps associated with small effect size (Cohen’s f2 0.022–0.088).