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Characterize the bases for the circadian timing, duration and and quality of sleep and vulnerability to develop sleep disorders

Study would seek to characterize the etiological bases, including genetic, socio-cultural and environmental, for the circadian timing, duration and quality of sleep and vulnerability to develop sleep disorders.

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Characterize the bases for the circadian timing, duration and and quality of sleep and vulnerability to develop sleep disorders

Study would seek to characterize the etiological bases, including genetic, socio-cultural and environmental, for the circadian timing, duration and quality of sleep and vulnerability to develop sleep disorders.

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How does fatigue differ from excessive daytime sleepiness?

Fatigue and daytime sleepiness are commonly reported symptoms. While these are distinctly different concepts, they may share common etiologies and/or mechanisms. Longitudinal assessments of self-reported fatigue and daytime sleepiness along with actigraphy (objective sleep measurements) may allow us to discern those similarities and/or differences between fatigue and excessive daytime sleepiness.

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How does fatigue differ from excessive daytime sleepiness?

Fatigue and daytime sleepiness are commonly reported symptoms. While these are distinctly different concepts, they may share common etiologies and/or mechanisms. Longitudinal assessments of self-reported fatigue and daytime sleepiness along with actigraphy (objective sleep measurements) may allow us to discern those similarities and/or differences between fatigue and excessive daytime sleepiness.

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How are sleep characteristics associated with pediatric developmental conditions, disorders or chronic disease?

This study will focus on the entire cohort (infant-19 y/o) to provide health and behavior outcomes associated with sleep characteristics, including environmental and demographic factors. This information will help better define the development of sleep, help develop more precise strategies to target children with sleep characteristics predictive of poor health outcomes, and develop more precise strategies for children... more »

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