Human Development and Family Studies associate professor Melissa Burnham is published in a special issue of 'Infant & Child Development.'
The editors of Infant & Child Development selected Burnham's work for their Parent-Infant Co-Sleeping issue. Guest editors include Wendy A. Goldbert and Meret A Keller (Vol. 16, 4, 2007).
Burnham's article is titled "The ontogeny of diurnal rhythmicity in bed-sharing and solitary-sleeping infants: a preliminary report."
Burnham is also the author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Sleep Training for your Child."
The Human Development and Family Studies Department is part of the College of Health and Human Sciences at the University of Nevada, Reno.