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2020

Xiao, Qian and Chaput, Jean Philippe and Olds, Timothy and Fogelholm, Mikael and Hu, Gang and Lambert, Estelle V. and Maher, Carol and Maia, Jose and Onywera, Vincent and Sarmiento, Olga L. and Standage, Martyn and Tremblay, Mark S. and Tudor-Locke, Catrine and Katzmarzyk, Peter T. and Church, Timothy S. and Lambert, Denise G. and Barreira, Tiago and Broyles, Stephanie and Butitta, Ben and Champagne, Catherine and Cocreham, Shannon and Denstel, Kara D. and Drazba, Katy and Harrington, Deirdre and Johnson, William and Milauskas, Dione and Mire, Emily and Tohme, Allison and Rodarte, Ruben and Amoroso, Bobby and Luopa, John and Neiberg, Rebecca and Rushing, Scott and Timothy Olds, Olds and Lewis, Lucy and Ferrar, Katia and Georgiadis, Effie and Stanley, Rebecca and Rodrigues Matsudo, Victor Keihan and Matsudo, Sandra and Araujo, Timoteo and Carlos de Oliveira, Luis and Fabiano, Luis and Bezerra, Diogo and Ferrari, Gerson and BĂ©langer, Priscilla and Borghese, Mike and Boyer, Charles and LeBlanc, Allana and Wang, Yue, ISCOLE Research Group (2020) Sleep characteristics and health-related quality of life in 9- to 11-year-old children from 12 countries. Sleep Health, 6 (1). pp. 4-14.

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