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Dr. Neal Aguillard, medical director for the Methodist Sleep Disorders Center, and Kristi Lester, manager for the Methodist Sleep Disorders Center, were among the authors for a study that was published in Behaviour Research and Therapy.
Their paper “Psychological Treatment of Hypnotic-Dependent Insomnia in a Primarily Older Adult Sample Behavior Research and Therapy” tested cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) in hypnotic-dependent, late middle-age and older adults with insomnia.