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(PSYCHIATRIC TIMES) - Totowa, NJ, Humana Press, 2004, 191 pages, $89.50 hardcover More than one third of American adults experience persistent insomnia, the second most common complaint—after pain—in the primary care setting. However, insomnia has often been ignored, trivialized, or summarily (often erroneously) attributed to underlying or preexisting psychological problems. This handbook is the first clinically oriented text dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of insomnia.

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