Sleep is crucial for development across cognitive, physical, and social-emotional domains. Sleep quality and quantity impact domains of daytime functioning, attainment, and global development. Previous work has explored sleep profiles in typically developing children...
Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have more sleep disturbances than typically developing (TD) children. Common sleep problems in ASD include difficulty in initiating sleep, maintaining sleep and shorter total sleep time. However, previous findings are...
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