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Demographic and Descriptive Characteristics of Sample*
SD indicates standard deviation.
T scores above 65 are usually considered significant.
Prevalence of Specific Sleep Problems by Age Group (Percentage of Sample)*
↵* Age groups: 4 to 6 years (n = 179), 7 to 10 years (n = 221), 11 to 12 years (n = 72).
Prevalence of Sleep Behaviors During Previous 6 Months: Comparison With Previous Studies
↵* Prevalences are given for boys and girls.
Sleep Problems and Medical History Measures
Factor Structure Matrix: Total Sample of Pediatric Patients
Correlations of Sleep Factor Scores With Demographics and Sleep Practices
↵* P < .05;
↵** P < .001.
Correlation of Sleep Factor Scores With CBCL Factor Scores
The Prediction of Sleep Problem Factor From CBCL Narrow Band Factors
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