‘Validation of the Parental Understanding and Misperceptions about BAby’s Sleep Questionnaire using auto-videosomnography’
Paper from the JCPP
Background – Previous studies have suggested that parental cognitions about child’s sleep may be an important factor underlying pediatric sleep problems. The current study aimed to (a) develop an assessment tool measuring parental understanding and misperceptions about baby’s sleep (PUMBA-Q); (b) validate the questionnaire using self-report and objective sleep measures.
Authors: Eunyeong Jang, Solbi Kang, Bei Bei, Seockhoon Chung, Michael Gradisar, Michal Kahn, Natalie Barnett, Sooyeon Suh
First published: 30 March 2023
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