Maija-Liisa Laakso

Markus Kaski2
Niki Lindblom2
2Markus Kaski
2Niki Lindblom
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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE We studied the applicability of wrist actigraphy to sleep-wake estimation in patients with motor handicaps. PATIENTS AND METHODS Concomitant polysomnographic and actigraphic recordings (16-24 h) were compared in three groups: normally moving subjects with normal sleep (n=10), sleep-disordered subjects without motor handicaps (n=13)(More)
Vocalisations of six Macaca arctoides that were categorised according to their social context and judgements of naive human listeners as expressions of plea/submission, anger, fear, dominance, contentment and emotional neutrality, were compared with vowel samples extracted from simulations of emotional-motivational connotations by the Finnish name Saara and(More)
We studied the sleep-wake behavior of mentally retarded people from late winter to early summer at 60 degrees N. During this time the daylength increased 8 h 51 min. The data were collected by observing the sleep-wake status of 293 subjects at 20-min intervals for five randomized 24h periods (= recording days). The intervals during which the individual(More)
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