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Parental Problem Drinking and Child Sleep: Family and Physiological Mechanisms of Risk The proposed study examines relations between maternal and paternal PPD and child sleep quality, amount, and schedule; it also tests family relationship problems (e.g., marital and parent-child conflict) and phYSiological stress response (e.g., vagal tone and withdrawal) as mechanisms of risk. Findings ofthe proposed study will illuminate specific forms of sleep disturbances that are associated with PPD, help identify children and families at greatest risk, and lay the foundation for a focused program of longitudinal research. Public Healtf1 Relevance Statement Page 7
|Effective start/end date||7/1/10 → 6/30/13|
- National Institute of Child Health and Human Develop: $403,329.00
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