Tikotzky, L., & Volkovich, E. (In Press). Infant nocturnal wakefulness: a longitudinal study comparing three sleep assessment methods. Sleep.

Kahn, M., Bauminger, Y., Volkovich, E., Meiri, G.,  Sadeh, A., &  Tikotzky, L. (2018). Links between infant sleep and parental tolerance for infant crying: Longitudinal assessment from pregnancy through 6-months postpartum. Sleep Medicine, 50, 72-78.

Volkovich, E., Bar-Kalifa, E., Meiri, G., & Tikotzky, L. (2018). Mother-infant sleep patterns and parental functioning of room-sharing and solitary sleeping families: a longitudinal study from 3 to 18 months. Sleep, 41, 1-14.

Tikotzky L. (2017). Parenting and sleep in early childhood. Current Opinion in Psychology, 15, 118-124.

Tikotzky, L. (2016). Postpartum maternal sleep, maternal depressive symptoms and self-perceived mother–infant emotional relationship. Behavioral sleep medicine, 14(1), 5-22.

Volkovich, E., Tikotzky, L., & Manber, R. (2016). Objective and subjective sleep during pregnancy: links with depressive and anxiety symptoms. Archives of women's mental health, 19(1), 173-181.

Sadeh A, Juda-Hanael M, Livne-Karp E, Kahn M, Tikotzky L, Anders TF, Calkins S, Sivan Y. (2016).  Low parental tolerance for infant crying: an underlying factor in infant sleep problems? Journal of Sleep Research, 25, 501-507.

Tikotzky, L., Sadeh, A., Volkovich, E., Manber, R., Meiri, G., & Shahar, G. (2015). VII. Infant sleep development from 3 to 6 months postpartum: links with maternal sleep and paternal involvement. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 80(1), 107-124.

Volkovich, E., Ben-Zion, H., Karny, D., Meiri, G., & Tikotzky, L. (2015). Sleep patterns of co-sleeping and solitary sleeping infants and mothers: a longitudinal study. Sleep medicine, 16(11), 1305-1312.

Sadeh, A., De Marcas, G., Guri, Y., Berger, A., Tikotzky, L., & Bar-Haim, Y. (2015). Infant sleep predicts attention regulation and behavior problems at 3–4 years of age. Developmental neuropsychology, 40(3), 122-137

Sadeh, A., Tikotzky, L., & Kahn, M. (2014). Sleep in infancy and childhood: implications for emotional and behavioral difficulties in adolescence and beyond. Current opinion in psychiatry, 27(6), 453-459.

Frank, E., Sidor, M.M., Gamble, K.L., Cirelli, C., Sharkey, K.M., Hoyle, N., Tikotzky, L., Talbot, L.S., McCarthy, M.J. & Hasler, B.P. (2013). Circadian clocks, brain function, and development. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1306(1), 43-67.

Sinai, D., & Tikotzky, L. (2012). Infant sleep, parental sleep and parenting stress in families of mothers on maternity leave and in families of working mothers. Infant behavior and development, 35(2), 179-186.

Tikotzky, L., & Shaashua, L. (2012). Infant sleep and early parental sleep-related cognitions predict sleep in pre-school children. Sleep medicine, 13(2), 185-192.

Tikotzky, L., Chambers, A. S., Kent, J., Gaylor, E., & Manber, R. (2012). Postpartum maternal sleep and mothers’ perceptions of their attachment relationship with the infant among women with a history of depression during pregnancy. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 36(6), 440-448.

Tikotzky, L., Sadeh, A., & Glickman-Gavrieli, T. (2011). Infant sleep and paternal involvement in infant caregiving during the first 6 months of life. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 36(1), 36-46.

Sadeh, A., Tikotzky, L., & Scher, A. (2010). Parenting and infant sleep. Sleep medicine reviews, 14(2), 89-96.

Tikotzky, L., Sharabany, R., Hirsch, I., & Sadeh, A. (2010). “Ghosts in the Nursery:” Infant sleep and sleep‐related cognitions of parents raised under communal sleeping arrangements. Infant Mental Health Journal, 31(3), 312-334.

Tikotzky, L., De Marcas, G., Har-Toov, J., Dollberg, S., Bar-Haim, Y. & Sadeh, A. (2010). Sleep and physical growth in infants during the first 6 months. Journal of sleep research, 19(1), 103-110.

Tikotzky, L., & Sadeh, A. (2010). The role of cognitive–behavioral therapy in behavioral childhood insomnia. Sleep medicine, 11(7), 686-691.

Tikotzky, L., & Sadeh, A. (2009). Maternal sleep‐related cognitions and infant sleep: A longitudinal study from pregnancy through the 1st Year. Child development, 80(3), 860-874.

Sadeh, A., Hen-Gal, S., & Tikotzky, L. (2008). Young children's reactions to war-related stress: A survey and assessment of an innovative intervention. Pediatrics, 121(1), 46-53.

Sadeh, A., Flint-Ofir, E., Tirosh, T., & Tikotzky, L. (2007). Infant sleep and parental sleep-related cognitions. Journal of family psychology, 21(1), 74.

Leitner, Y., Mimouni Bloch, A., Sadeh, A., Neuderfer, O., Tikotzky, L., & Harel, S. (2002). Sleep-wake patterns in children with intrauterine growth retardation. Journal of child neurology, 17(12), 872-876.

Tikotzky, L., & Sadeh, A. (2001). Sleep patterns and sleep disruptions in kindergarten children. Journal of clinical child psychology, 30(4), 581-591.


Tikotzky, L. & Sadeh, A. (2009). The role of parents in the development of infant sleep patterns: A review. Harefuah, 148 (5), 173-178. (Hebrew).

Tikotzky, L. & Sadeh, A. (2005). Treatment of infant sleep disorders: A review and a presentation of a transactional model. Sihot, 20 (1), 63-72. (Hebrew).

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