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    Please cite the reference for the DISS (see below) in any publications. If you intend to reproduce the article in which the instrument was published, we recommend that you contact Elsevier, Ltd., the publisher of Sleep Medicine. Any questions regarding reprinting of the article should be directed to the Global Rights Department, Elsevier, Ltd., Tel (978) 777-9929; or via Email.

    Buysse,D.J., Thompson,W., Scott,J., Franzen,P.L., Germain,A., Hall,M., Moul,D.E., Nofzinger,E.A., & Kupfer,D.J. (2007) Daytime symptoms in primary insomnia: A prospective analysis using ecological momentary assessment. Sleep Medicine, 8, 198-208.

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