Hitting the nail on the head: long-term effects of group CBT-I for school-age children suffering from insomnia subtypes in children - who improves most?

Schlarb A, Bihlmaier I (2019)
Sleep Medicine 64(S1): S338.

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Schlarb, AngelikaUniBi; Bihlmaier, I.
Erscheinungsjahr
2019
Band
64
Ausgabe
S1
Seite(n)
S338
ISSN
1389-9457
eISSN
1878-5506
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2945853

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Schlarb A, Bihlmaier I. Hitting the nail on the head: long-term effects of group CBT-I for school-age children suffering from insomnia subtypes in children - who improves most? Sleep Medicine. 2019;64(S1):S338.
Schlarb, A., & Bihlmaier, I. (2019). Hitting the nail on the head: long-term effects of group CBT-I for school-age children suffering from insomnia subtypes in children - who improves most? Sleep Medicine, 64(S1), S338. doi:10.1016/j.sleep.2019.11.944
Schlarb, A., and Bihlmaier, I. (2019). Hitting the nail on the head: long-term effects of group CBT-I for school-age children suffering from insomnia subtypes in children - who improves most? Sleep Medicine 64, S338.
Schlarb, A., & Bihlmaier, I., 2019. Hitting the nail on the head: long-term effects of group CBT-I for school-age children suffering from insomnia subtypes in children - who improves most? Sleep Medicine, 64(S1), p S338.
A. Schlarb and I. Bihlmaier, “Hitting the nail on the head: long-term effects of group CBT-I for school-age children suffering from insomnia subtypes in children - who improves most?”, Sleep Medicine, vol. 64, 2019, pp. S338.
Schlarb, A., Bihlmaier, I.: Hitting the nail on the head: long-term effects of group CBT-I for school-age children suffering from insomnia subtypes in children - who improves most? Sleep Medicine. 64, S338 (2019).
Schlarb, Angelika, and Bihlmaier, I. “Hitting the nail on the head: long-term effects of group CBT-I for school-age children suffering from insomnia subtypes in children - who improves most?”. Sleep Medicine 64.S1 (2019): S338.

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