Whether or not to co-sleep with your child in the bed or use controlled crying strategies to help him/her sleep can be contentious in Western society.
We want to know what you really think about different sleeping arrangements (both solitary and/or co-sleeping) and sleep strategies e.g. controlled crying.
Regardless of whether your experiences are positive or negative; your participation could help us find ways to better assist parents experiencing sleep difficulties with their children.
If you have a child 6 years and under, please assist us with this research by completing an anonymous on-line survey, which will take up to 30 minutes to complete, at the following address:
We would be most grateful for your assistance.
Supervisor: Dr Roslyn Galligan 9214 5345 or email@example.com
Student Researcher: Melita Rossa
Life and Social Sciences, Swinburne University, Hawthorn, Victoria, AUSTRALIA.
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