Corpus ID: 26446561

Title: Sleep patterns of co-sleeping and solitary sleeping infants and mothers: a longitudinal study: Sleeping arrangements and sleep quality of infants and mothers

@inproceedings{Volkovich2015TitleSP,
  title={Title: Sleep patterns of co-sleeping and solitary sleeping infants and mothers: a longitudinal study: Sleeping arrangements and sleep quality of infants and mothers},
  author={E. Volkovich and Hamutal Ben Zion and Daphna Karny and G. Meiri and L. Tikotzky},
  year={2015}
}
  • E. Volkovich, Hamutal Ben Zion, +2 authors L. Tikotzky
  • Published 2015
  • Medicine
  • Objective: Controversies exist regarding the impact of co-sleeping on infant sleep quality. In this context, the current study examined: (a) the differences in objective and subjective sleep patterns between co-sleeping (mostly room-sharing) and solitary sleeping mother-infant dyads; (b) the predictive links between maternal sleep during pregnancy and postnatal sleeping arrangement; (c) the bi-directional prospective associations between sleeping arrangement and infant/maternal sleep quality at… CONTINUE READING
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