New issue of Behavioral Sleep Medicine Journal Available (Vol. 13, Issue 6)

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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