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Douglas Teti

address: Room 105, HHD Building
location: Health and Human Development
phone: 814-863-9570
department: Human Development and Family Studies



Project SIESTA (Study of Infants’ Emergent Sleep Trajectories)is a longitudinal study of (1) linkages between infant sleep quality during the first two years and infant socioemotional development (e.g., quality of infant-parent attachments, infant behavior problems and behavioral competencies); (2) how parenting of infants at bedtime and night time (from video-recordings), beginning at 1 month of age through 24 months, affects the development of infant sleep quality over time.

Number of undergraduates needed: Variable, depending on the semester
Minimum qualifications: Major in a social or biopsychosocial science area (e.g., HDFS, Psychology, BBH). Students with interests in pursuing careers in early child development, family processes, pediatrics, etch.. Minimum GPA 3.0.