Sleep patterns predictive of daytime challenging behavior in individuals with low-functioning autism.


Increased severity of problematic daytime behavior has been associated with poorer sleep quality in individuals with autism spectrum disorder. In this work, we investigate whether this relationship holds in a real-time setting, such that an individual's prior sleep can be used to predict their subsequent daytime behavior. We analyzed an extensive real-world… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/aur.1899


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