Miriam K. Forbes, PhD


The moderating role of sleep in the relationship between social isolation and internalising problems in early adolescence


Journal article


C. Richardson, E. Oar, J. Fardouly, N. Magson, C. Johnco, M. Forbes, R. Rapee
Child Psychiatry and Human Development, Kluwer Academic/Human Sciences Press Inc., 2019 Dec, pp. 1011–1020

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APA
Richardson, C., Oar, E., Fardouly, J., Magson, N., Johnco, C., Forbes, M., & Rapee, R. (2019). The moderating role of sleep in the relationship between social isolation and internalising problems in early adolescence. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 50, 1011–1020.

Chicago/Turabian
Richardson, C., E. Oar, J. Fardouly, N. Magson, C. Johnco, M. Forbes, and R. Rapee. “The Moderating Role of Sleep in the Relationship between Social Isolation and Internalising Problems in Early Adolescence.” Child Psychiatry and Human Development 50 (December 2019): 1011–1020.

MLA
Richardson, C., et al. “The Moderating Role of Sleep in the Relationship between Social Isolation and Internalising Problems in Early Adolescence.” Child Psychiatry and Human Development, vol. 50, Kluwer Academic/Human Sciences Press Inc., Dec. 2019, pp. 1011–20.