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Full description

The data includes polysomnography (PSG) data collected from both children and adults during full night, restricted night and alternate sleep schedules. Data includes standard recording of electroencephalography, electromyography and electrooculography, and in some cases a further combination of electrocardiography and respiratory measures.

Data time period: 2002 to 31 12 2009

This dataset is part of a larger collection

Spatial Coverage And Location

text: South Australia

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