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J Child Psychol Psychiatry. 1987 Jan;28(1):167-72.

Research note: sleep problems of normal Chinese adolescents.


Eight hundred and forty-six Chinese adolescents were surveyed concerning sleep behaviours including insomnia, nightmares, somniloquism, somnambulism, bruxism, and enuresis. Bruxism was reported most frequently (22%) followed by somniloquism (17%) and insomnia (14.9%). Subjects were compared by sex, age, and rearing by parents or parent surrogates. Cross cultural comparisons and the possible significance of findings are discussed.

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