New issue of Behavioral Sleep Medicine Journal Available
The new issue of Behavioral Sleep Medicine (Vol. 13, Issue 6) is now available on the website of publisher Taylor & Francis. The issue includes an SBSM announcement.
Topics of original articles in this issue include Sleep as a Support for Social Competence, Peer Relations, and Cognitive Functioning in Preschool Children; Sleep Outcomes in Youth With Chronic Pain Participating in a Randomized Controlled Trial of Online Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Pain Management; Dissemination of an Internet-Based Treatment for Chronic insomnia into primary care; Psychiatric Comorbidity and Aspects of Cognitive Coping Negatively Predict Outcome in Cognitive Behavioral Treatment of Psychophysiological Insomnia; Validation of an Automated Wireless System for Sleep Monitoring During Daytime Naps; and The Course and Character of Sleepwalking in Adulthood: A Clinical and Polysomnographic Study.
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