Evelyn B. Thoman, PhD

Biobehavioral Sciences University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States 
"Evelyn Thoman"
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Thoman EB. (2006) Co-sleeping, an ancient practice: issues of the past and present, and possibilities for the future. Sleep Medicine Reviews. 10: 407-17
Novosad C, Thoman EB. (2003) The breathing bear: an intervention for crying babies and their mothers. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics : Jdbp. 24: 89-95
Thoman EB. (2003) Temporal patterns of caregiving for preterm infants indicate individualized developmental care. Journal of Perinatology : Official Journal of the California Perinatal Association. 23: 29-36
Cheruku SR, Montgomery-Downs HE, Farkas SL, et al. (2002) Higher maternal plasma docosahexaenoic acid during pregnancy is associated with more mature neonatal sleep-state patterning. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 76: 608-13
Hunsley M, Thoman EB. (2002) The sleep of co-sleeping infants when they are not co-sleeping: evidence that co-sleeping is stressful. Developmental Psychobiology. 40: 14-22
Salisbury A, Minard K, Hunsley M, et al. (2001) Audio recording of infant crying: Comparison with maternal cry logs International Journal of Behavioral Development. 25: 458-465
Minard KL, Freudigman K, Thoman EB. (1999) Sleep rhythmicity in infants: index of stress or maturation. Behavioural Processes. 47: 189-203
Carroll DA, Denenberg VH, Thoman EB. (1999) A comparative study of quiet sleep, active sleep, and waking on the first 2 days of life. Developmental Psychobiology. 35: 43-8
Novosad C, Freudigman K, Thoman EB. (1999) Sleep patterns in newborns and temperament at eight months: a preliminary study. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics : Jdbp. 20: 99-105
Ingersoll EW, Thoman EB. (1999) Sleep/wake states of preterm infants: stability, developmental change, diurnal variation, and relation with caregiving activity. Child Development. 70: 1-10
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