Behaviorally-determined sleep phenotypes are robustly associated with adaptive functioning in individuals with low functioning autism


Despite sleep disturbance being a common complaint in individuals with autism, specific sleep phenotypes and their relationship to adaptive functioning have yet to be identified. This study used cluster analysis to find distinct sleep patterns and relate them to independent measures of adaptive functioning in individuals with autism. Approximately 50,000… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-14611-6


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