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There has been great interest in the night-to-night variability of sleep-disordered breathing because of the implications for the accuracy and costs associated with diagnostic testing. Night-to-night variability of sleep and respiratory parameters were examined in 66 older Whites and 56 older...
Although insomnia is defined by sleep disturbances, patients also complain of daytime problems. To better define the range of experiences associated with insomnia, we conducted 3 focus groups comprising 16 patients with chronic insomnia. Participants were asked to describe their experience of...
In this study, we examined whether the common sense model of illness representation (CSMIR) could be successfully used to predict interest in cognitive-behavioral treatment for insomnia (CBT-I) among older primary care patients with disturbed sleep. The Sleep Impairment Index (C. M. Morin, 1993)...
In this study, we extended previous research by concentrating on sleep- and grief-related symptoms in a cohort of bereaved college students, in view of the potential for each of these problems to exacerbate the other. A sample of 815 college students completed the Inventory of Complicated Grief...
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