eBook Clinical Handbook of Sleep Disorders in Children (Child Therapy) download
by Charles E. Schaefer
Author: Charles E. Schaefer
Publisher: Jason Aronson, Inc. (February 1, 1995)
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Once again, Dr. Schaefer has produced an excellent, practical resource geared to practitioners working with children and families
Once again, Dr. Schaefer has produced an excellent, practical resource geared to practitioners working with children and families. One in three families of preschoolers and early school-age children reports significant sleep disturbances in "Once again, Dr.
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These require behavioral management to avoid long-term deleterious sleep habits. Childhood is generally the golden age of sleep, with brief latency, high efficiency, and easy awakening.
Significant sleep disturbance occurs in about 25% of children and adolescents and 80% or more of children in high-risk groups; it often continues into adulthood. In Sleep, Health and Society: From Aetiology to Public Health (eds Cappuccio, FP, Miller, MA, Lockley, SW) 300–24. Oxford University Press.