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Publication Date: 2006
Publisher: DIANE Publishing Company
White, David P., Zerhouni, Elias, Lenfant, Claude
The first Nat. Sleep Disorders Research Plan was released by the Nat. Institutes of Health (NIH) in 1996. Considerable scientific & clinical growth of the field has occurred since then, necessitating a reassessment & update of research opportunities & recommendations. This 2003 revision of the Plan summarizes the new knowledge acquired since the 1996 Plan & provides an updated & expanded guide for scientific research on sleep & its disorders. Contents: basic sleep science; restricted sleep: neurobehavioral & physiological effects; enabling technology; sleep & health; sleep disorders; pediatrics; education & training; & appendices. Also includes an introduction by Carl E. Hunt, M.D., Dir., Nat. Center on Sleep Disorders Research.White, David P. is the author of 'National Sleep Disorders Research Plan', published 2006 under ISBN 9781422303344 and ISBN 1422303349.
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