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Evidence on Effectiveness of Behavioural Interventions to Help Parents Manage Sleep Problems in Young Disabled Children: A rapid review

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Evidence on Effectiveness of Behavioural Interventions to Help Parents Manage Sleep Problems in Young Disabled Children: A rapid review. / McDaid, C; Sloper, P.

University of York, York : Social Policy Research Unit, 2009.

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Harvard

McDaid, C & Sloper, P 2009, Evidence on Effectiveness of Behavioural Interventions to Help Parents Manage Sleep Problems in Young Disabled Children: A rapid review. Social Policy Research Unit, University of York, York.

APA

McDaid, C., & Sloper, P. (2009). Evidence on Effectiveness of Behavioural Interventions to Help Parents Manage Sleep Problems in Young Disabled Children: A rapid review. University of York, York: Social Policy Research Unit.

Vancouver

McDaid C, Sloper P. Evidence on Effectiveness of Behavioural Interventions to Help Parents Manage Sleep Problems in Young Disabled Children: A rapid review. University of York, York: Social Policy Research Unit, 2009.

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McDaid, C ; Sloper, P. / Evidence on Effectiveness of Behavioural Interventions to Help Parents Manage Sleep Problems in Young Disabled Children: A rapid review. University of York, York : Social Policy Research Unit, 2009.

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