Early childhood profiles of sleep problems and self-regulation predict later school adjustment.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Children's sleep problems and self-regulation problems have been independently associated with poorer adjustment to school, but there has been limited exploration of longitudinal early childhood profiles that include both indicators. AIMS This study explores the normative developmental pathway for sleep problems and self-regulation across early… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/bjep.12109

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@article{Williams2016EarlyCP, title={Early childhood profiles of sleep problems and self-regulation predict later school adjustment.}, author={Kate E Williams and Jan M Nicholson and Sue Walker and Donna Berthelsen}, journal={The British journal of educational psychology}, year={2016}, volume={86 2}, pages={331-50} }