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Biblio pour pro

Recommandations de l'académie américaine de médecine du sommeil :

Mindell, J.A, Kuhn, B., Lewin, D.S., Meltzer, L.J., & Sadeh, A. (2006). Behavioral treatment of bedtime problems and night wakings in infants and young children - An American Academy of Sleep Medicine review. Sleep, 29(10), 1263-1276.

Morgenthaler, T. I., Owens, J., Alessi, C., Boehlecke, B., Brown, T. M., Coleman, J., … Swick, T. J. (2006). Practice parameters for behavioral treatment of bedtime problems and night wakings in infants and young children. Sleep, 29(10), 1277–81.

Normes du sommeil de l'enfant :

Price, A. M. H., Brown, J. E., Bittman, M., Wake, M., Quach, J., & Hiscock, H. (2014). Children’s sleep patterns from 0 to 9 years: Australian population longitudinal study. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 99(2), 119–25.

Iglowstein, I., Jenni, O., Molinari, L., & Al., E. (2003). Sleep duration from infancy to adolescence: reference values and generational trends. Pediatrics, 111, 302–307.

Débat : "Laisser pleurer l'enfant ou cosleeping ?"

Blunden, S. L., Thompson, K. R., & Dawson, D. (2011). Behavioural sleep treatments and night time crying in infants: Challenging the status quo. Sleep Medicine Reviews, 15(5), 1-8.

Middlemiss, W., Granger, D. A., Goldberg, W. A., & Nathans, L. (2012). Asynchrony of mother-infant hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis activity following extinction of infant crying responses induced during the transition to sleep. Early Human Development, 88(4), 227-232.

Middlemiss, W., Granger, D. A., & Goldberg, W. A. (2013). Response to “Letʼs help parents help themselves: A letter to the editor supporting the safety of behavioural sleep techniques.” Early Human Development, 89(1), 41-42

Price, A., Hiscock, H., & Gradisar, M. (2013). Let’s help parents help themselves: a letter to the editor supporting the safety of behavioural sleep techniques. Early Human Development, 89(1), 39–40.

Waynforth, D. (2007). The influence of parent-infant cosleeping, nursing, and childcare on cortisol and SIgA immunity in a sample of british children. Developmental Psychobiology, 49(6), 640-648.

Regarder le sommeil de l'enfant à travers la culture de sa famille :

Farver, J. A., Kim, Y. K., & Lee, Y. (1995). Cultural differences in Korean- and Anglo-American preschoolers’ social interaction and play behaviors. Child Development, 66(4), 1088–99.
Giannotti, F., & Cortesi, F. (2009). Family and cultural influences on sleep development. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 18(4), 849–61.
Jenni, O. G., & O’Connor, B. B. (2005). Children’s sleep: an interplay between culture and biology. Pediatrics, 115(1 Suppl), 204–16.
Jenni, O. G., & Werner, H. (2011). Cultural Issues in Children’s Sleep: A Model for Clinical Practice. Pediatric Clinics of North America, 58(3), 755–763.
Milan, S., Snow, S., & Belay, S. (2007). The context of preschool children’s sleep: racial/ethnic differences in sleep locations, routines, and concerns. Journal of Family Psychology : JFP : Journal of the Division of Family Psychology of the American Psychological Association (Division 43), 21(1), 20–8.
Mindell, J. A., Sadeh, A., Kwon, R., & Goh, D. Y. T. (2013). Cross-cultural differences in the sleep of preschool children. Sleep Medicine, 14(12), 1283–9.
Mindell, J. A., Sadeh, A., Wiegand, B., How, T. H., & Goh, D. Y. T. (2010). Cross-cultural differences in infant and toddler sleep. Sleep Medicine, 11(3), 274–80.
Welles-Nystrom, B. (2005). Co-sleeping as a window into Swedish culture: considerations of gender and health care. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 19(4), 354–60.

La qualité du sommeil est dose-répondant à l'application précoce d'un rituel positif à l'endormissement :

Mindell, J. A., Li, A. M., Sadeh, A., Kwon, R., & Goh, D. Y. T. (2015). Bedtime routines for young children: a dose-dependent association with sleep outcomes. Sleep, 38(5), 717–22.