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    Title: COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY FOR INSOMNIA IS EQUALLY EFFECTIVE FOR INSOMNIA PATIENTS WITH SHORT AND LONGER OBJECTIVE SLEEP DURATION
    Authors: Yang, C;Huang, Y;Jan, Y;Lee, H
    楊建銘
    Contributors: 心理系
    Date: 2018-04
    Issue Date: 2018-11-09 17:11:31 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Insomnia with short objective sleep duration has been proposed to be a specific phenotype of insomnia since it was found to be associated with higher risks of cardiometabolic and neuropsychiatric disorders. One recent study further reported that insomnia with actigraphy-defined short sleep duration (<6 h) are less responsive to CBT-I than those with longer sleep duration (≥6 h). The present study examined whether insomnia patients with polysomnography-defined short sleep duration would also have blunted response to CBT-I.
    Relation: SLEEP, Volume 41, Issue suppl_1, Pages A152–A153
    Data Type: article
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