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Table 2 Parent, infant, and family variables at baseline and follow-up

From: Relationships between parental sleep quality, fatigue, cognitions about infant sleep, and parental depression pre and post-intervention for infant behavioral sleep problems

  Baseline Follow-up
Mothers n = 232 n = 188
 Paid employment, n (%) 40 (17.2) 122 (64.9)
 Sleep problem rating, n (%)
  Not a problem 1 (0.4) 72 (38.3)
  Mild 43 (18.5) 64 (34.0)
  Moderate 148 (63.8) 48 (25.5)
  Severe 40 (17.2) 4 (2.1)
Fathers n = 223 n = 171
 Paid employment, n (%) 205 (91.9) 159 (93.0)
 Sleep problem rating, n (%)
  Not a problem 8 (3.6) 63 (36.8)
  Mild 42 (18.8) 58 (33.9)
  Moderate 139 (62.3) 48 (28.1)
  Severe 34 (15.2) 2 (1.2)
Infantsa n = 455 n = 359
 Age in months, [M (SD)], range 6.7 (0.9), (5, 10) 12.9 (1.1), (11, 16)
 Breastfed, n (%) 410 (90.1) 198 (55.2)
 Co-sleeping, n (%) 275 (60.4) 94 (26.2)
Familya n = 440 n = 350
 Income, n (%)
 $10,000 – 29,999 20 (4.5) 16 (4.6)
 $30,000 – 59,999 64 (14.5) 47 (13.4)
 $60,000 – 89,999 81 (18.4) 72 (20.6)
 $90,000 – 109,999 91 (20.7) 64 (18.3)
 More than $110,000 184 (41.8) 151 (43.1)
  1. aResponses from both mothers and fathers