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REPRINTS FOR AUTHORS
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Sleep Research Online will also be printed in an Annual Volume which will include all articles that were published electronically during the preceding year. The printed volume will be distributed, free of charge, to libraries worldwide and on a subscription basis to individuals.
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|Links to the journals Sleep and The Journal of Sleep Research.