Solid research has been published into the effect of sleeptraining on babies. Solid, because it is a well designed study in which not only the effect on sleep itself was measured but also on stress in both mother and child (cortisol) and bonding. And the outcomes do show that the sleepinterventions did not increased measurable stress in the baby, did not disrupt bonding and had possible positive effects for both mother and child.
So far the abstract. But. Of course there is a but. The devil is in the details. Lees verder