Long-term Effi cacy of an Internet-based Intervention for Infant and Toddler Sleep Disturbances : One Year Follow-Up

@inproceedings{Mindell2011LongtermEC,
  title={Long-term Effi cacy of an Internet-based Intervention for Infant and Toddler Sleep Disturbances : One Year Follow-Up},
  author={Jodi A Mindell and C. Mond and Avi Sadeh and Lorena S. Telofski and Neema Kulkarni and Euen T. Gunn},
  year={2011}
}
Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, Vol. 7, No. 5, 2011 Objective: To examine at one-year follow-up the effi cacy of an internet-based intervention for infant and toddler sleep disturbances, as well as to assess any indirect benefi ts to maternal sleep and confi dence. Methods: Participants included 171 (64.8%) of 264 mothers of an infant or toddler (ages 18-48 months) who had previously participated in a 3-week study. Families had been randomly assigned to one of 2 intervention groups… CONTINUE READING

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