The association between excessive screen-time behaviors and insufficient sleep among adolescents: Findings from the 2017 youth risk behavior surveillance system

  title={The association between excessive screen-time behaviors and insufficient sleep among adolescents: Findings from the 2017 youth risk behavior surveillance system},
  author={Philip Baiden and Savarra K. Tadeo and Kersley E. Peters},
  journal={Psychiatry Research},

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