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Mother-Infant Sleep
Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2016). Factors that influence where babies sleep in the United States: The impact of feeding method, mother's race/ethnicity, partner status, employment, education, and income. Clinical Lactation, 7(1), 18-29 [click here]

​Kendall-Tackett, K.A.  (2014). Sleep disturbances: Why sleep issues won't just go away. Clinical Lactation, 5(4), 113-114 [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2013). Why cry-it-out and sleep-training techniques are bad for babes. Clinical Lactation, 4(2), 53-54 [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A., & Yuen, A. (2013). (Eds.) Recent studies support API's eight principles of parenting. Journal of Attachment Parenting (special issue). [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2012). Recent study finds that controlled-crying causes no apparent long-term harm: Should we recommend it? Clinical Lactation, 3(4), S1-S4 [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A. (2012). "Don't sleep with big knives": Interesting (and promising) developments in the mother-infant sleep debate. Clinical Lactation, 3(1), 9-12 [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A., Cong, Z., & Hale, T.W. (2011). The effect of feeding method on sleep duration, maternal well-being, and postpartum depression. Clinical Lactation, 2(2), 22-26 [click here]

Kendall-Tackett, K.A., Cong, Z., & Hale, T.W. (2010). Mother-infant sleep location and nighttime feeding behavior: U.S. data from the Survey of Mothers' Sleep and Fatigue. Clinical Lactation, 1(1), 27-31 [click here]