Factores protectores y de riesgo del sueño de los niños pequeños y del estrés de los padres

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Simona de Stasio
Benedetta Ragni
Francesca Boldrini

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En el presente estudio se examinó la red de relaciones entre la calidad del sueño y la regulación de las emociones de los niños pequeños, las prácticas y la participación de los padres a la hora de acostarse, el apoyo social y el estrés de los padres, integrando una novedosa combinación de dimensiones psicosociales en un modelo predictivo de la calidad del sueño y el estrés de los padres en una muestra de 80 familias con niños de 2 a 3 años de edad. Los resultados indicaron que la regulación de las emociones de los lactantes, así como las variables de contexto próximo, teniendo en cuenta el funcionamiento psicosocial tanto materno como paterno, predecían la varianza de los niveles de estrés de los padres. Además, los resultados mostraron que el número de vigilancias nocturnas del niño comunicadas por las madres y el tiempo solicitado por los niños pequeños para dormirse, estaban significativamente relacionados con los niveles de estrés de los padres según lo referido por ambos padres.

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Simona de Stasio, Universidad de Extremadura

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Benedetta Ragni, LUMSA

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Francesca Boldrini, LUMSA

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