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Behavioral treatment of bedtime problems and night wakings in infants and young children.
This paper reviews the evidence regarding the efficacy of behavioral treatments for bedtime problems and night wakings in young children. It is based on a review of 52 treatment studies by a taskExpand
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Comparing Child Outcomes of Physical Punishment and Alternative Disciplinary Tactics: A Meta-Analysis
  • R. Larzelere, B. Kuhn
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Clinical child and family psychology review
  • 1 March 2005
This meta-analysis investigates differences between the effect sizes of physical punishment and alternative disciplinary tactics for child outcomes in 26 qualifying studies. Analyzing differences inExpand
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Values of sleep/wake, activity/rest, circadian rhythms, and fatigue prior to adjuvant breast cancer chemotherapy.
Fatigue is the most prevalent and distressing symptom experienced by patients receiving adjuvant chemotherapy for early stage breast cancer. Higher fatigue levels have been related to sleepExpand
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Maternal report of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms in preschool children.
  • G. Gimpel, B. Kuhn
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Child: care, health and development
  • 1 May 2000
Two hundred and fifty-three mothers were surveyed regarding attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms in their preschool children (aged 2-6 years). Twenty-four children (9.5%) metExpand
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Behavioral therapy intervention trial to improve sleep quality and cancer‐related fatigue
Background: To determine whether sleep quality and fatigue associated with breast cancer adjuvant chemotherapy treatments can be improved with behavioral therapy (BT) [Individualized Sleep PromotionExpand
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Treatment efficacy in behavioral pediatric sleep medicine.
Behavioral interventions have been identified as the treatment of choice for many forms of pediatric sleep disturbance. We adopt criteria established by the Task Force on Promotion and DisseminationExpand
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The interplay of sleep disturbance, anxiety, and depression in children.
OBJECTIVE To review and critically evaluate the association between sleep, anxiety, and depression in children and provide recommendations for future research. METHODS A literature search wasExpand
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Adherence, sleep, and fatigue outcomes after adjuvant breast cancer chemotherapy: results of a feasibility intervention study.
PURPOSE/OBJECTIVES To evaluate outcomes of an intervention designed to promote sleep and modify fatigue after adjuvant breast cancer chemotherapy. DESIGN Prospective, repeated measures,Expand
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One-year outcomes of a behavioral therapy intervention trial on sleep quality and cancer-related fatigue.
PURPOSE To determine 1-year outcomes of a four-component behavioral therapy (BT) sleep intervention (Individualized Sleep Promotion Plan [ISPP]) versus a healthy eating control (HEC) onExpand
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Brief report: a "storybook" ending to children's bedtime problems--the use of a rewarding social story to reduce bedtime resistance and frequent night waking.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the efficacy and acceptability of a social story with tangible rewards to reduce children's disruptive bedtime behavior and frequent night waking. METHOD Four children (ages 2Expand
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