Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry
Research Article| Volume 45, ISSUE 5, P545-549, May 1981

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Incidence of diurnal and nocturnal bruxism

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    * Associate Professor, Department of Psychology.
    Alan G. Glaros
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    * Associate Professor, Department of Psychology.
    Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich., USA
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    * Associate Professor, Department of Psychology.
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