Randomized Trial of Promoting First Relationships: Effects on Maltreated Toddlers' Separation Distress and Sleep Regulation after Reunification.

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This study investigates the impact of an attachment focused intervention, Promoting First Relationships (PFR), on sleep problems among toddlers in child welfare recently reunified with their birth parent. Recently reunified parent-toddler dyads (n = 43) were drawn from a larger random control trial. Toddlers (11-36 months) and their parents were assessed in… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2013.09.021

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@article{Oxford2013RandomizedTO, title={Randomized Trial of Promoting First Relationships: Effects on Maltreated Toddlers' Separation Distress and Sleep Regulation after Reunification.}, author={Monica L. Oxford and Charles B. Fleming and Elizabeth M Nelson and Jean F Kelly and Susan J. Spieker}, journal={Children and youth services review}, year={2013}, volume={35 12} }