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

@inproceedings{Cohen2017BehaviorallydeterminedSP,
  title={Behaviorally-determined sleep phenotypes are robustly associated with adaptive functioning in individuals with low functioning autism},
  author={Simonne Cohen and Ben D. Fulcher and Shantha M W Rajaratnam and Russell Conduit and Jason P. Sullivan and Melissa A. St Hilaire and Andrew J. K. Phillips and Tobias Loddenkemper and Sanjeev V. Kothare and Kelly A. McConnell and William H. Ahearn and Paula Braga-Kenyon and Andrew Shlesinger and Jacqueline N Potter and Frank Bird and Kim M Cornish and Steven W. Lockley},
  booktitle={Scientific Reports},
  year={2017}
}
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… CONTINUE READING