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Preschool family irregularity and the development of sleep problems in childhood: a longitudinal study

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Koopman-Verhoeff, ME, Serdarevic, F, Kocevska, D, Bodrij, FF, Mileva-Seitz, VR, Reiss, I, Hillegers, MHJ, Tiemeier, H, Cecil, CAM, Verhulst, FC & Luijk, MPCM 2019, 'Preschool family irregularity and the development of sleep problems in childhood: a longitudinal study' Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines, bind 60, nr. 8, s. 857-865. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcpp.13060

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Koopman-Verhoeff, M. E., Serdarevic, F., Kocevska, D., Bodrij, F. F., Mileva-Seitz, V. R., Reiss, I., ... Luijk, M. P. C. M. (2019). Preschool family irregularity and the development of sleep problems in childhood: a longitudinal study. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines, 60(8), 857-865. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcpp.13060

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Koopman-Verhoeff ME, Serdarevic F, Kocevska D, Bodrij FF, Mileva-Seitz VR, Reiss I, Hillegers MHJ, Tiemeier H, Cecil CAM, Verhulst FC, Luijk MPCM. 2019. Preschool family irregularity and the development of sleep problems in childhood: a longitudinal study. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines. 60(8):857-865. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcpp.13060

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Koopman-Verhoeff, Maria Elisabeth ; Serdarevic, Fadila ; Kocevska, Desana ; Bodrij, F Fenne ; Mileva-Seitz, Viara R ; Reiss, Irwin ; Hillegers, Manon H J ; Tiemeier, Henning ; Cecil, Charlotte A M ; Verhulst, Frank C ; Luijk, Maartje P C M. / Preschool family irregularity and the development of sleep problems in childhood : a longitudinal study. I: Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines. 2019 ; Bind 60, Nr. 8. s. 857-865.

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title = "Preschool family irregularity and the development of sleep problems in childhood: a longitudinal study",
abstract = "BACKGROUND: Previous studies have shown that poor family environments are related to more sleep problems; however, little is known about how family irregularity in early life affects the development of sleep problems over childhood using objective sleep measures. The current study tests the hypothesis that early family irregularity contributes to the development of sleep problems.METHODS: This population-based study comprises 5,443 children from the Generation R Study. Family irregularity was measured with seven maternal-reported questions on family routines when children were 2 and 4 years old. Mothers reported on sleep problems at child age 3, 6, and 10 years, whereas children completed questionnaires on sleep problems at age 10. Additionally, we used tri-axial wrist accelerometers for five nights in 851 children (mean age 11.7 years) to assess sleep objectively.RESULTS: Family irregularity was associated with more mother- and child-reported sleep problems at ages 3, 6, and 10 years as well as with a shorter sleep duration and later objective sleep onset, but not with sleep efficiency or waking time. The association between family irregularity and multi-informant subjective sleep problems at age 10 years was mediated by mother-reported child psychopathology at age 6 years.CONCLUSIONS: Our findings show a long-term robust association of preschool family irregularity with more sleep problems during childhood as well as shorter sleep duration and later sleep onset as measured objectively with actigraphy. In part, these sleep problems were associated with family irregularity by way of child psychopathology. These findings suggest that interventions improving preschool family irregularity, which are targeted to reduce child psychopathology, may also impact the development of sleep problems beneficially.",
author = "Koopman-Verhoeff, {Maria Elisabeth} and Fadila Serdarevic and Desana Kocevska and Bodrij, {F Fenne} and Mileva-Seitz, {Viara R} and Irwin Reiss and Hillegers, {Manon H J} and Henning Tiemeier and Cecil, {Charlotte A M} and Verhulst, {Frank C} and Luijk, {Maartje P C M}",
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T1 - Preschool family irregularity and the development of sleep problems in childhood

T2 - a longitudinal study

AU - Koopman-Verhoeff, Maria Elisabeth

AU - Serdarevic, Fadila

AU - Kocevska, Desana

AU - Bodrij, F Fenne

AU - Mileva-Seitz, Viara R

AU - Reiss, Irwin

AU - Hillegers, Manon H J

AU - Tiemeier, Henning

AU - Cecil, Charlotte A M

AU - Verhulst, Frank C

AU - Luijk, Maartje P C M

N1 - © 2019 The Authors. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd on behalf of Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health.

PY - 2019/8

Y1 - 2019/8

N2 - BACKGROUND: Previous studies have shown that poor family environments are related to more sleep problems; however, little is known about how family irregularity in early life affects the development of sleep problems over childhood using objective sleep measures. The current study tests the hypothesis that early family irregularity contributes to the development of sleep problems.METHODS: This population-based study comprises 5,443 children from the Generation R Study. Family irregularity was measured with seven maternal-reported questions on family routines when children were 2 and 4 years old. Mothers reported on sleep problems at child age 3, 6, and 10 years, whereas children completed questionnaires on sleep problems at age 10. Additionally, we used tri-axial wrist accelerometers for five nights in 851 children (mean age 11.7 years) to assess sleep objectively.RESULTS: Family irregularity was associated with more mother- and child-reported sleep problems at ages 3, 6, and 10 years as well as with a shorter sleep duration and later objective sleep onset, but not with sleep efficiency or waking time. The association between family irregularity and multi-informant subjective sleep problems at age 10 years was mediated by mother-reported child psychopathology at age 6 years.CONCLUSIONS: Our findings show a long-term robust association of preschool family irregularity with more sleep problems during childhood as well as shorter sleep duration and later sleep onset as measured objectively with actigraphy. In part, these sleep problems were associated with family irregularity by way of child psychopathology. These findings suggest that interventions improving preschool family irregularity, which are targeted to reduce child psychopathology, may also impact the development of sleep problems beneficially.

AB - BACKGROUND: Previous studies have shown that poor family environments are related to more sleep problems; however, little is known about how family irregularity in early life affects the development of sleep problems over childhood using objective sleep measures. The current study tests the hypothesis that early family irregularity contributes to the development of sleep problems.METHODS: This population-based study comprises 5,443 children from the Generation R Study. Family irregularity was measured with seven maternal-reported questions on family routines when children were 2 and 4 years old. Mothers reported on sleep problems at child age 3, 6, and 10 years, whereas children completed questionnaires on sleep problems at age 10. Additionally, we used tri-axial wrist accelerometers for five nights in 851 children (mean age 11.7 years) to assess sleep objectively.RESULTS: Family irregularity was associated with more mother- and child-reported sleep problems at ages 3, 6, and 10 years as well as with a shorter sleep duration and later objective sleep onset, but not with sleep efficiency or waking time. The association between family irregularity and multi-informant subjective sleep problems at age 10 years was mediated by mother-reported child psychopathology at age 6 years.CONCLUSIONS: Our findings show a long-term robust association of preschool family irregularity with more sleep problems during childhood as well as shorter sleep duration and later sleep onset as measured objectively with actigraphy. In part, these sleep problems were associated with family irregularity by way of child psychopathology. These findings suggest that interventions improving preschool family irregularity, which are targeted to reduce child psychopathology, may also impact the development of sleep problems beneficially.

U2 - 10.1111/jcpp.13060

DO - 10.1111/jcpp.13060

M3 - Journal article

VL - 60

SP - 857

EP - 865

JO - Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines

JF - Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines

SN - 0021-9630

IS - 8

ER -

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