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University Fribourg, Switzerland
University Hospital Zürich, Switzerland
How does the COVID-19 pandemic affect children’s sleep?
Here is an opportunity to contribute to the advancement of science, while staying at home!
The Baby Sleep Laboratory at the Psychological Department (University of Fribourg) conducts a research project with the goal to test whether and how the current lockdown of COVID-19 affects young children’s sleep.
We kindly invite you to participate with the following link. It will take about 20 minutes of your time. After the study is completed, we will raffle children’s shirts, baby bodies, pyjamas and small toys among participants. The winners will be contacted by email.
Your participation will help elucidate the consequences of the current confinement situation for sleep regulation in early childhood. As sleep supports healthy development, this question is of great importance.
This survey exists in English, French, German and Italian language.
The Baby Sleep Laboratory thanks you cordially for your support!
Baby Sleep Laboratory, Psychological Department, University of Fribourg and University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland, email@example.com
The science of sleep
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