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Objective and subjective components of the first-night effect in young nightmare sufferers and healthy participants.

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The first-night effect--marked differences between the first- and the second-night sleep spent in a laboratory--is a widely known phenomenon that accounts for the common practice of excluding the first-night sleep from any polysomnographic analysis. The extent to which the first-night effect is present in a participant, as well as its duration (1 or more nights), might have diagnostic value and should account for different protocols used for distinct patient groups. This study investigated th...

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Journal:
Behavioral sleep medicine More from this journal
Volume:
12
Issue:
6
Pages:
469-480
Publication date:
2014-01-01
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EISSN:
1540-2010
Language:
English
Pubs id:
pubs:491689
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uuid:ca71abc0-62af-4174-9b41-ea890f1e2ee3
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pubs:491689
Source identifiers:
491689
Deposit date:
2014-12-11

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