Sleep Location and Parent-Perceived Sleep Outcomes in Older Infants

Initial studies indicate more independent and consolidated sleep in infants in the first few months who sleep separately. Little is known, however, about the relationship of sleep location (separate room, room-sharing, bed-sharing) with sleep outcomes in older infants (ages 6 to 12 months). It was expected that those who sleep in a separate room would have better parent-perceived sleep outcomes and more positive sleep health behaviors.

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