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Comparison of Commercial Wrist-Based and Smartphone Accelerometers, Actigraphy, and PSG in a Clinical Cohort of Children and Adolescents.
STUDY OBJECTIVES To compare two commercial sleep devices, an accelerometer worn as a wristband (UP by Jawbone) and a smartphone application (MotionX 24/7), against polysomnography (PSG) andExpand
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The Children's Report of Sleep Patterns (CRSP): a self-report measure of sleep for school-aged children.
STUDY OBJECTIVES (1) Present preliminary psychometrics for the Children's Report of Sleep Patterns (CRSP), a three-module measure of Sleep Patterns, Sleep Hygiene, and Sleep Disturbance; and (2)Expand
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Long-term effects of caffeine therapy for apnea of prematurity on sleep at school age.
RATIONALE Apnea of prematurity is a common condition that is usually treated with caffeine, an adenosine receptor blocker that has powerful influences on the central nervous system. However, littleExpand
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Inconsistent sleep schedules and daytime behavioral difficulties in school-aged children.
OBJECTIVES Current recommendations for healthy sleep in school-aged children are predominantly focused on optimal sleep duration (9-11h). However, given the importance of routine for circadianExpand
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Perception of simulated driving performance after sleep restriction and caffeine.
OBJECTIVE As feelings of alertness are reported to be highly correlated with performance perception, the objective of this study was to determine whether caffeine, a common countermeasure to driverExpand
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Sleep-disordered breathing in preschool children is associated with behavioral, but not cognitive, impairments.
BACKGROUND Sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) has been associated with impaired cognitive and behavioral function in school children; however, there have been limited studies in preschool children whenExpand
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The Children's Report of Sleep Patterns--Sleepiness Scale: a self-report measure for school-aged children.
OBJECTIVE To establish the psychometric properties of a self-report measure of daytime sleepiness for school-aged children. METHODS Three hundred eighty-eight children aged 8-12years (inclusive)Expand
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Validation of Actigraphy in Middle Childhood.
STUDY OBJECTIVES Few studies have examined the validity of actigraphy in school-aged children. The objective of this study was to examine the validity of a commonly used actigraph compared toExpand
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The sensitivity of a PDA‐based psychomotor vigilance task to sleep restriction in 10‐year‐old girls
The impact of sleep restriction on sustained attention in children has not been well quantified. To address this shortcoming, this study tested the sensitivity of a 5‐min personal digitalExpand
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The Children's Report of Sleep Patterns: validity and reliability of the Sleep Hygiene Index and Sleep Disturbance Scale in adolescents.
OBJECTIVE Sleep is critical for adolescent health and well-being. However, there are a limited number of validated self-report measures of sleep for adolescents and no well-validated measures ofExpand
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