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Daily diary measure
Daily sleep quality. To capture daily sleep quality, participants rated the prior night’s sleep using the following item How satisfied/dissatisfied were you with your sleep last night on a 1 (not at all satisfied) to 5 (com-
pletely satisfied) scale, used by Williams et alto capture daily sleep quality [
]. This item was modeled after a similar item on the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index a longer, validated global self-report of sleep quality
]), with the wording changed to reflect the daily level. In the present study, our aggregate daily sleep quality item from the diary correlated with global scores on the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index, where lower scores denote better sleep quality (r = −.54, p < .001 [
]). On average across the days of the diary, persons with T1D reported they were somewhat satisfied with their sleep
(M = 3.17, SD = .98).
Daily self-regulation failures. At the end of each day, persons with TD reported on their experience of eight failures in self-regulation involving cognitive, behavioral, and emotional control in the context of monitoring BG, a crucial and difficult daily behavior [
], using a 1 (strongly disagree) to 5 (strongly agree) scale. Higher scores represent

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