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Jeremy B. Yorgason, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of Family Life, Brigham Young University; Amber Seidel, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Pennsylvania State University–York; Amy Rauer, Ph.D., Associate
Multiple indicators are linked with marital outcomes, including sleep quality, sleep disturbances, sleep disorders, and even congruence of spousal sleep patterns.
Lindsay E. Wright, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, and Alicia Deaver, M.S., CCLS, Visiting Instructor, Department of Child and Family Studies, College of Education and Psychology, University of Southern Mississippi
Two major changes after the birth of a child among married couples in developed countries are increased fatigue and decreased marital satisfaction.
Caroline Wall, B.S., Child Life Intern, Children’s Hospital of Michigan, and Jenell Kelly, Ph.D., CFLE, Part-Time Temporary Faculty, College of Education and Human Services, Central Michigan University
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that preschoolers sleep 10 to 13 hours daily to maximize their health, well-being, and development.