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Since the early 20th century, parenting books, pediatricians, and other health care providers have dispensed recommendations regarding children's sleep that frequently involved behavioral and educational approaches. In the last few decades, however, psychologists and other behavioral scientists and clinicians have amassed a critical body of research and clinical recommendations regarding developmental changes in sleep, sleep hygiene recommendations from infancy through adolescence, and behaviorally oriented treatment strategies for children and adolescents.
The Oxford Handbook of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Sleep and Behavior provides a comprehensive and state-of-the-art review of current research and clinical developments in normal and disordered sleep from infancy through emerging adulthood. The handbook comprises seven sections: sleep and development; factors influencing sleep; assessment of sleep and sleep problems; sleep challenges, problems, and disorders; consequences of insufficient sleep; sleep difficulties associated with developmental and behavioral risks; and prevention and intervention.
Written by international experts in psychology and related disciplines from diverse fields of study and clinical backgrounds, this handbook is a comprehensive resource that will meet the needs of clinicians, researchers, and graduate students with an interest in the multidisciplinary and emerging field of child and adolescent sleep and behavior.
Amy R. Wolfson, Ph.D., is the Associate Dean for Faculty and a Professor Psychology at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Hawley E. Montgomery-Downs, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of psychology in the Behavioral Neuroscience program at West Virginia University.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to The Oxford Handbook of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Sleep and Behavior
Amy R. Wolfson
Part One: Sleep and Development
2. Overview of the History of Child and Adolescent Sleep Medicine
Stephen H. Sheldon
3. A Brief History of Child and Adolescent Sleep Research: Key Contributions in Psychology
Tonya M. Palermo
4. Developmental Science in the Study of Sleep
Angela D. Staples and John E. Bates
5. Developmental Changes in Sleep: Infancy and Preschool Years
Kurt Lushington, Yvonne Pamula, James Martin, and John Declan Kennedy
6. The Relationship between Sleep and Daytime Cognitive/Behavioral Functioning: Infancy and Preschool Years
Kurt Lushington, Yvonne Pamula, Alfred James Martin, and John Declan Kennedy
7. Postpartum Sleep: Impact of Infant Sleep on Parents
8. Developmental Changes in Circadian Timing and Sleep: Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood
Mary A. Carskadon and Leila Tarokh
Part Two: Complexity of Issues and Factors Influencing Sleep
9. Culture and Children's Sleep
Charles M. Super and Sara Harkness
10. Social Determinants of Children's Sleep
Lauren Hale, Victoria Parente, and Gwendolyn K. Phillips
11. Sleep Hygiene and Environment: Role of Technology
Michael Gradisar and Michelle A. Short
12. Co-sleeping and Self-soothing during Infancy
Melissa M. Burnham
13. The Impact of Pediatric Chronic Illness on Caregiver Sleep and Daytime Functioning
Lisa J. Meltzer and Colleen M. Walsh
14. Children's Sleep in Violent Environments
James C. Spilsbury
Part Three: Assessment of Sleep and Sleep Problems
15. Functional Behavioral Analysis of Sleep in Infants and Children
Neville M. Blampied
16. Actigraphy and Sleep-Wake Diaries
Rosemary S.C. Horne and Sarah N. Biggs
17. Assessment of Circadian Rhythms
Stephanie J. Crowley
18. Sleep Surveys and Screening: To Measure is To Know
19. Role of Behavioral Sleep Medicine in Health Care
Valerie McLaughlin Crabtree, Amanda M. Rach, and Heather L. Gamble
20. Helping Children and Parents Manage their Sleep Study Experience
21. The Role of Schools in Identification, Treatment, and Prevention of Children's Sleep Problems
Joseph A. Buckhalt
Part Four: Sleep Challenges, Problems, and Disorders
22. Pediatric Insomnia
Brandy M. Roane and Daniel J. Taylor
23. Circadian Timing: Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder
R. Robert Auger and Stephanie J. Crowley
24. Nighttime Distractions: Fears, Nightmares, and Parasomnias
Anna Ivanenko and Kymberly Larson
25. Pediatric Sleep Apnea and Adherence to Positive Airway Pressure (PAP) Therapy
Kristen H. Archbold
26. Nocturnal Enuresis
Patrina HY Caldwell and Karen Waters
Part Five: Consequences of Insufficient Sleep
27. Children's Sleep and Internalizing and Externalizing Symptoms
Erika Bagley and Mona El-Sheikh
28. Sleep in Preschoolers: School Readiness, Academics, Temperament, and Behavior
Victoria J. Molfese, Kathleen Moritz Rudasill, and Dennis L. Molfese
29. Neurocognitive Implications
Louise M. O'Brien
30. Weight Control and Obesity
Chantelle N. Hart, Nicola Hawley, Elizabeth Kuhl, and Elissa Jelalian
31. Impact of Sleep on the Challenges of Safe Driving in Young Adults
Part Six: Sleep Difficulties Associated with Developmental and Behavioral Risks
32. Asthma, Allergies, and Sleep
Daphne Koinis Mitchell and Robin Everhart
33. Autism and other Developmental Disabilities
Amanda L. Richdale
34. Sleep in the Context of ADHD: A Review of Reviews to Determine Implications for Research and Clinical Practice
Penny Corkum and J. Aimée Coulombe
35. Mood Disorders
Allison G. Harvey, Candice A. Alfano, and Greg Clarke
36. Substance Use: Caffeine, Alcohol, and Other Drugs
Richard R. Bootzin, Jennifer C. Cousins, Monica R. Kelly, and Sally Stevens
Part Seven: Prevention and Intervention
37. The Impact of Behavioral Interventions for Sleep Problems on Secondary Outcomes in Young Children and Their Families
Melisa Moore and Jodi A. Mindell
38. Systematic Strategies: Case of School Start Times
Rhoda Au, Erica R. Appleman, and Karina Stavitsky
39. Preventative Intervention: Curricula and Programs
Reut Gruber, Evelyn Constantin, Jamie Cassoff, and Sonia Michaelsen
40. Late Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood: A New Lens for Sleep Professionals
Pamela V. Thacher
41. Behavioral Sleep Medicine: Training, Credentialing, and the Role in Sleep Laboratories
S. Justin Thomas, Kristin T. Avis, and Kenneth L. Lichstein