Scientific References

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BOOKS

  • Dr. Karp H. (2003). The Happiest Baby On The Block. New York: Bantam Dell.
  • Hogg T, Blau M. (2006). The Baby Whisperer Solves All Your Problems. New York: Atria Books.
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  • Ockwell Smith S. (2015). The Gentle Sleep Book. London: Little Brown Book Group.
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  • Dr. Middlemiss W, Dr. Kendall-Tacett K. (2014).The Science of Mother-Infant Sleep: Current Findings on Bedsharing, Breastfeeding, Sleep Training, and Normal Infant Sleep. Texas: Praeclarus Press.

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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