Health and demographic discriminators of an insomnia identity and self-reported poor quantitative sleep.

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Summary of "Health and demographic discriminators of an insomnia identity and self-reported poor quantitative sleep."

To identify factors that most saliently characterize the profile of individuals who complain of chronic insomnia, with or without quantitative sleep impairment.


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Name: Sleep health
ISSN: 2352-7226


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