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Better understanding about sleep patterns inIndonesian children can contribute to basic knowledge foreducating parents and health providers about good sleephygiene.Objectives To find out sleep patterns in 136 montholdchildren.Method A descriptive, crosssectional study was held in EastJakarta on May 2009. Subjects were 1 to 36 months old childrenwho came \\lith their parents or primary caregivers. Data collectionwas performed using modified Brief Infant Sleep Questionnaire(BISQ), consisted ofdoi:10.14238/pi50.3.2010.170-5 fatcat:i5myqo4e6vei3hwducz7zm6xse