Association between sleep patterns and daytime functioning in children with insomnia: The contribution of parent-reported frequency of night waking and wake time after sleep onset

Velten-Schurian K, Hautzinger M, Poets CF, Schlarb A (2010)
Sleep Medicine 11(3): 281-288.

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Velten-Schurian K, Hautzinger M, Poets CF, Schlarb A. Association between sleep patterns and daytime functioning in children with insomnia: The contribution of parent-reported frequency of night waking and wake time after sleep onset. Sleep Medicine. 2010;11(3):281-288.
Velten-Schurian, K., Hautzinger, M., Poets, C. F., & Schlarb, A. (2010). Association between sleep patterns and daytime functioning in children with insomnia: The contribution of parent-reported frequency of night waking and wake time after sleep onset. Sleep Medicine, 11(3), 281-288.
Velten-Schurian, K., Hautzinger, M., Poets, C. F., and Schlarb, A. (2010). Association between sleep patterns and daytime functioning in children with insomnia: The contribution of parent-reported frequency of night waking and wake time after sleep onset. Sleep Medicine 11, 281-288.
Velten-Schurian, K., et al., 2010. Association between sleep patterns and daytime functioning in children with insomnia: The contribution of parent-reported frequency of night waking and wake time after sleep onset. Sleep Medicine, 11(3), p 281-288.
K. Velten-Schurian, et al., “Association between sleep patterns and daytime functioning in children with insomnia: The contribution of parent-reported frequency of night waking and wake time after sleep onset”, Sleep Medicine, vol. 11, 2010, pp. 281-288.
Velten-Schurian, K., Hautzinger, M., Poets, C.F., Schlarb, A.: Association between sleep patterns and daytime functioning in children with insomnia: The contribution of parent-reported frequency of night waking and wake time after sleep onset. Sleep Medicine. 11, 281-288 (2010).
Velten-Schurian, K., Hautzinger, M., Poets, C.F., and Schlarb, Angelika. “Association between sleep patterns and daytime functioning in children with insomnia: The contribution of parent-reported frequency of night waking and wake time after sleep onset”. Sleep Medicine 11.3 (2010): 281-288.
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