Association between socioeconomic factors and sleep quality in an urban population-based sample in Germany

Anders MP, Breckenkamp J, Blettner M, Schlehofer B, Berg-Beckhoff G (2013)
European Journal of Public Health Nov 26. Epub ahead of print: 1-6.

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Anders MP, Breckenkamp J, Blettner M, Schlehofer B, Berg-Beckhoff G. Association between socioeconomic factors and sleep quality in an urban population-based sample in Germany. European Journal of Public Health. 2013;Nov 26. Epub ahead of print:1-6.
Anders, M. P., Breckenkamp, J., Blettner, M., Schlehofer, B., & Berg-Beckhoff, G. (2013). Association between socioeconomic factors and sleep quality in an urban population-based sample in Germany. European Journal of Public Health, Nov 26. Epub ahead of print, 1-6.
Anders, M. P., Breckenkamp, J., Blettner, M., Schlehofer, B., and Berg-Beckhoff, G. (2013). Association between socioeconomic factors and sleep quality in an urban population-based sample in Germany. European Journal of Public Health Nov 26. Epub ahead of print, 1-6.
Anders, M.P., et al., 2013. Association between socioeconomic factors and sleep quality in an urban population-based sample in Germany. European Journal of Public Health, Nov 26. Epub ahead of print, p 1-6.
M.P. Anders, et al., “Association between socioeconomic factors and sleep quality in an urban population-based sample in Germany”, European Journal of Public Health, vol. Nov 26. Epub ahead of print, 2013, pp. 1-6.
Anders, M.P., Breckenkamp, J., Blettner, M., Schlehofer, B., Berg-Beckhoff, G.: Association between socioeconomic factors and sleep quality in an urban population-based sample in Germany. European Journal of Public Health. Nov 26. Epub ahead of print, 1-6 (2013).
Anders, Markus P., Breckenkamp, Jürgen, Blettner, Maria, Schlehofer, Brigitte, and Berg-Beckhoff, Gabriele. “Association between socioeconomic factors and sleep quality in an urban population-based sample in Germany”. European Journal of Public Health Nov 26. Epub ahead of print (2013): 1-6.
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