Forensic Aspects of Sleep
Colin M. Shapiro, Alexander McCall Smith
John Wiley & Sons, May 5, 1997 - Medical - 208 pages
Edited by a renowned psychiatrist and sleep expert together with a specialist in medical law, this book describes normal and abnormal patterns of sleep, its importance for effective human functioning, dissociative states, alertness and drug-related sleepiness.
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