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Circadian phenotype impacts the brain's resting-state functional connectivity, attentional performance, and sleepiness

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Elise R. Facer-Childs
Brunno M. Campos
Benita Middleton
Debra J. Skene
Andrew P. Bagshaw
title
Circadian phenotype impacts the brain's resting-state functional connectivity, attentional performance, and sleepiness
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journal
year
2019
source
Sleep
volume
42
issue
5
publisher
Oxford University Press


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  • doi: 10.1093/sleep/zsz033 (Google search)
  • issn: 15509109
  • sgr: 85066846860
  • scopus: 2-s2.0-85066846860
  • pui: 628205601

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