Do parents matter? : why Japanese babies sleep soundly, Mexican siblings don't fight, and American families should just relax / Robert A. LeVine and Sarah LeVine.
"In some parts of northwestern Nigeria, mothers studiously avoid making eye contact with their babies. Some Chinese parents go out of their way to seek confrontation with their toddlers. Japanese parents almost universally co-sleep with their infants, sometimes continuing to share a bed with th...
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