Jennifer H. Breslin

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BACKGROUND Children with Down syndrome (DS) suffer from sleep problems, including sleep maintenance problems, as well as snoring, and other symptoms of disordered breathing. To examine sleep in DS, we gave parents a questionnaire assessing their child's sleep. MATERIALS AND METHODS The parents of 35 children with DS (mean age = 12.65 years, range = 7-18(More)
AIM Good-quality sleep is essential for normal learning and memory. Sleep fragmentation and disrupted sleep architecture are commonly observed throughout the lifespan of individuals with Down syndrome, a condition marked by cognitive deficits emerging within the first few months of life. While obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) is known to contribute(More)
Acknowledgements This Report has been written collaboratively, drawing on insights and rich contributions from a range of Commissioners and Expert Members of the Working Group on Broadband and Gender. Design concepts were developed by Céline Desthomas of ITU. We wish to thank the following people for their contributions and kind review and comments (listed(More)
Overview, purpose This readings course helps UA doctoral students in clinical psychology meet a program breadth requirement by providing exposure to cutting-edge research and literature in the area of human development. The course is "supplemental" in the sense that enrolled students have already had some prior exposure to relevant materials. Thus, "..As a(More)
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