Circadian rhythms; Sleep-wake cycle; Children--Sleep
The circadian quotient, briefly CQ, serves to estimate the prominence of a rhythm with a period of about 24 hours. The CQ may be computed from so-called variance spectrum analysis, among other procedures ( 1) . Computational details and some applications have been discussed earlier (1 , 2). We wish to illustrate herein the use of the CQ for gauging the development of a circadian sleep-wakefulness rhythm in the senior author's first-born child, FAR, also documented in general terms, elsewhere ( 3).
Development of Circadian Sleep-Wakefulness Rhythm in a Healthy Boy Gauged by Circadian Quotients.
Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science, Vol. 31 No.1, 63-64.
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