Table 3 Parameter estimates from linear mixed-effects models of the effects of mean microsatellite allele length of candidate genes significant from major allele analysis on variation in sleep behaviors
Relative Sleep DurationaProportion Time Spent AwakebMorning Latencyc,d
Intercept2.37 (1.09, 3.63)1.00 (0.14, 1.83)2.74 (–15.59, 20.97)
CLOCK0.005 (0.010,0.0004)
NPAS2−0.01 (–0.11, 0.10)
NPSR10.001 (–0.0003, 0.0005)
PCSK20.005 (0.009,0.0005)
Sex0.01 (0.02,0.004)−0.0003 (–0.005, 0.004)0.24 (0.43,0.04)
Month0.02 (0.02,0.01)−0.003 (–0.006, 0.0003)−0.02 (–0.17, 0.12)
Year0.04 (0.02, 0.05)0.02 (0.027,0.15)−0.16 (–0.45, 0.12)
Sex × Month0.009 (0.014,0.004)−0.001 (–0.005, 0.003)0.03 (–0.14, 0.19)
  • Values are reported with 95% credible intervals. Significant effects are presented in bold.

  • a N = 214 observations.

  • b N = 200 observations.

  • c N = 214 observations; minutes.

  • d log-transformed.