Observed Relationship Behaviors and Sleep in Military Veterans and Their Partners

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The purpose of the study was to examine associations between relationship functioning and sleep in military couples. This is the first research to examine associations between observed relationship behaviors and subjective and polysomnographically measured sleep in a sample at-risk for both sleep and relationship problems.

Abstract

The purpose of the study was to examine associations between relationship functioning and sleep in military couples. This is the first research to examine associations between observed relationship behaviors and subjective and polysomnographically measured sleep in a sample at-risk for both sleep and relationship problems.

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Fillo, J., Holliday, S.B., DeSantis, A., Germain, A., Buysse, D.J., Matthews, K.A., Troxel, W.M., 2017. Observed Relationship Behaviors and Sleep in Military Veterans and Their Partners. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 51(6), pp. 879-889.