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Sleep Disturbance and Expressive Language Development in Preschool-Age Children With Down Syndrome.
- J. Edgin, Ursula Tooley, Bianca I. Demara, Casandra Nyhuis, P. Anand, G. Spanò
- Psychology, Medicine
- Child development
- 1 November 2015
Recent evidence has suggested that sleep may facilitate language learning. This study examined variation in language ability in 29 toddlers with Down syndrome (DS) in relation to levels of sleep… Expand