October 17, 2013

SCIENCE REDISCOVERS WHAT EVERYONE KNEW HALF A CENTURY AGO: Parenting: Regular Bedtimes Tied to Better Behavior. “A regular bedtime schedule is unquestionably helpful for parents, but a new study has found it that it may be even more beneficial for their children. . . . After controlling for many social, economic and parental behavioral factors, the scientists found that children with a regular bedtime, whether early or late, had fewer behavioral problems. And the longer irregular bedtimes persisted, the more severe the difficulties were.”