Wendy Middlemiss is an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of North Texas. Her academic training and research has crossed areas of family-community interaction, developmental theory, and educational psychology, all with a focus on how to share information in a manner that supports children’s and families’ development. Dr. Middlemiss has completed research regarding infant sleep, focusing on infant and maternal comfort with care routines, as well as infant safety. This work has included assessment of levels of stress experienced during sleep routines, inclusive of mother-infant sleep in the home and mother-infant sleep during a behavioral sleep intervention. Dr. Middlemiss’ work focuses on how to construct culturally sensitive, developmentally appropriate educational or intervention programs.
Episodes for this expert
Peaceful Sleep for Breastfeeding Moms
Some babies need to nurse often- and that includes late at night and the wee hours of the morning. So, how can you get the restful sleep you need while providing for your baby? Our breastfeeding moms share what’s worked for them!
Breastfeeding, Bedsharing and Sleep Training
For many new moms, breastfeeding and sleep go hand-in-hand. And it can sometimes be challenging to find the best blend to ensure your baby gets the best nutrition while still allowing you some much-needed shut-eye. Hear what worked for our mamas!
Michaelle C. Solages
Keeping Babies Safe