Normal sleep development in infants: findings from two large birth cohorts.

@article{Paavonen2020NormalSD,
  title={Normal sleep development in infants: findings from two large birth cohorts.},
  author={E. Juulia Paavonen and Outi Saarenp{\"a}{\"a}-Heikkil{\"a} and Isabel Morales-Mu{\~n}oz and Minna Virta and Niina H{\"a}k{\"a}l{\"a} and Pirjo P{\"o}lkki and Anneli Kylli{\"a}inen and Hasse Karlsson and Tiina Paunio and Linn{\'e}a Karlsson},
  journal={Sleep medicine},
  year={2020},
  volume={69},
  pages={
          145-154
        }
}

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