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Longitudinal associations of military-related factors on self-reported sleep among U.S. service members

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Title
Longitudinal associations of military-related factors on self-reported sleep among U.S. service members
Published in
Sleep, July 2021
DOI 10.1093/sleep/zsab168
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Adam D Cooper, Claire A Kolaja, Rachel R Markwald, Isabel G Jacobson, Evan D Chinoy

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#15,225,317
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#3,275
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#233,215
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#73
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