Sleep problems in preschoolers and maternal depressive symptoms: An evaluation of mother- and child-driven effects.

Abstract

Child sleep problems are associated with maternal depressive symptoms. It is unclear to what extent the association is due to direct effects or common risk factors for mother and child. Direct effects could represent child-driven processes, where child sleep problems influence maternal depressive symptoms, or mother-driven processes, where maternal… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/dev0000402

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@article{Ystrom2017SleepPI, title={Sleep problems in preschoolers and maternal depressive symptoms: An evaluation of mother- and child-driven effects.}, author={Hilde Ystrom and Wendy Nilsen and Mari Hysing and B. Sivertsen and Eivind Ystrom}, journal={Developmental psychology}, year={2017}, volume={53 12}, pages={2261-2272} }