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pavor diurnus


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A daytime counterpart of pavor nocturnus or sleep terror disorder; a form of sleep terror disorder associated with daytime sleep, usually in children. [From Latin pavor fear or dread + diurnalis of the day]

Subjects: Psychology.


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