Claire Novosad

Claire Novosad
Southern Connecticut State University | SCSU · Department of Psychology

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Recent evidence suggests that smoking during the night is an indicator of nicotine dependence and predicts smoking cessation failure. Night smokers are likely to experience disturbance to their sleep cycle when they wake to smoke, but we are not aware of the prevalence of night smokers' self-reported sleep disturbance. Because sleep disturbance als...
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The Breathing Bear, an optional source of rhythmic stimulation for infants, was investigated for its effects on full-term infants and their mothers. The Bear "breathes" like a normal infant at a rate matching the infant's. Previous studies have indicated that premature infants prefer a Breathing Bear over a Non-Breathing Bear, and they show neurobe...
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Temperament of 55 children (including 15 sibling pairs) was assessed annually using separate instruments for the years 4–7 (the Behavioral Style Questionnaire) and 8–11 (the Middle Childhood Temperament Questionnaire). Mothers made differential ratings of siblings, and the 2 questionnaires showed continuity and stability. There were consistently si...
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The sleep patterns of 41 full-term newborn infants were recorded continuously during the first 2 postnatal days. The recordings were made nonintrusively using the Motility Monitoring System while the infants were in the hospital. When the subjects were 8 months old, their mothers filled out the Infant Temperament Questionnaire, which yields scores...
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This dissertation presents findings regarding the temperament of infants and children. For the first study, the temperament of 55 children was assessed annually using the Behavioral Style Questionnaire from 4 to 7 years and the Middle Childhood Temperament Questionnaire from 8 to 11 years. Mothers made differential ratings of siblings; and the two...

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