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to negatively affect child sleep, especially in the context of evening use or with a
... Eighteen percent of parents reported at least 1 sleep problem; children with a.
Jun 27, 2011 ... Background: Media use has been shown to negatively affect a child's sleep,
especially in the context of evening use or with a television in the ...
Apr 1, 2001 ... Results. Although sleep problems were reported for 10.8% of the sample during
the past 6 months, less than one half of the parents who ...
sleep or feeding disorders to this coexistence may allow early intervention and ...
feeding disorders considered their child's sleep problematic signifi- cantly more ...
Sep 1, 1999 ... In particular, the presence of a television set in the child's bedroom may be a
relatively underrecognized, but important, contributor to sleep ...
(serum cotinine levels), and sleep problems in children with asthma. Reduction ...
ship between exposure to secondhand smoke (SHS) and child sleep patterns ...
aCentre for Community Child Health and dClinical Epidemiology and ... well as
on child mental health and sleep, when the children reached 2 years of age.
Measures included. Children's Sleep Habits Questionnaire, Vineland Adaptive
Behavior. Scales, Survey Interview Form, Second Edition, and Child Behavior.
Feb 1, 2007 ... The dependent variable was report of not getting enough sleep for a child of his
or her age ≥1 night of the past week. Independent variables ...