citizen science

By: 
David Heeger

With data from over 1000 infants, we are excited to share with you some updated results from the NYU Baby Sleep Study.

By: 
Jennifer Listman

In total, we now have around 1000 babies from all over the world whose naps, meals, and diaper changes will be the start of NYU Baby Sleep Study’s database. We want to thank everyone who has joined.

By: 
Bryce A. Mander, PhD

Like a healthy diet and sufficient exercise, restorative sleep is a fundamental pillar of health.

By: 
Meg Guard

According to a Finnish study published in Pediatrics, parents who are not sleeping well may perceive their children to also have sleeping problems.  In this study,

Recent findings suggest that sleep problems associated with autism may have a genetic basis.  Researchers from Japan sequenced 18 genes that control the body’s circadian rhythms in both people with autism and people without the disorder.  The findings, published in 

By: 
Jennifer Listman

In total, we now have more than 750 babies from all over the world whose naps, meals, and diaper changes will be the start of NYU Baby Sleep Study’s database. We want to thank everyone who has joined.

By: 
Meg Guard

A recent, comprehensive study, published in Pediatrics, found that children with autism are four times more likely to have diarrhea, constipation, and abdominal pain than are typically developing children.

By: 
Meg Guard

This article published by Spectrum News explores how parents of children with autism can be influential in directing the field of autism research.  This article discusses how parents, without formal science training, founded organizations to help further research on

By: 
Jennifer Listman

How can a small amount of information contributed by each of a large number of volunteers be combined to reveal valuable scientific results?

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