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Somnambulism: sources and notes

Author: Lucie MONTEGUT, psychologist

Sources:

BILLIARD M., DAUVILLIERS Y .: Sleep disorders. Paris, Masson, 2005.

Lavie, Peretz, Atul Malhotra and Giora Pillar, Sleep Disorders. Diagnosis, Management and Treatment. A Handbook for Clinicians, London, Martin Dunitz, 2002, p.146-147.

American Psychiatric Association. (2003). DSM-IV-TR: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (4th ed., Translated by J.-D.

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