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Sleep disorders in children with Angelman and Smith-Magenis syndromes: The assessment of potential causes of disrupted settling and night time waking

Research in Developmental Disabilities

Dec 16, 2019

Georgie AgarCaroline Richards

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Sleep problems are common in Smith-Magenis (SMS) and Angelman syndromes (AS). Effectiveness of interventions depends on appropriate assessment, complicated by compromised self-report and health and behaviour difficulties. Studying settling and waking in these syndromes could inform asse...read more

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Sleep disorders in children with Angelman and Smith-Magenis syndromes: The assessment of potential causes of disrupted settling and night time waking

Research in Developmental Disabilities

Dec 16, 2019

Georgie AgarCaroline Richards

PMID: 31838315

DOI: 10.1016/j.ridd.2019.103555

Abstract

Sleep problems are common in Smith-Magenis (SMS) and Angelman syndromes (AS). Effectiveness of interventions depends on appropriate assessment, complicated by compromised self-report and health and behaviour difficulties. Studying settling and waking in these syndromes could inform asse...read more

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