Sleep-Wake Rhythms and Sleep Structure in the First Year of Life
On the long path from the neonatal polyphasic sleep-wake rhythm to the adult monophasic sleep rhythm, the first year of life includes many important steps.
KeywordsYoung Infant Total Sleep Time Slow Wave Sleep Nocturnal Sleep Infant Sleep
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