Research Breakthrough: Baby’s Crying, Dad’s Snoring, Mom’s Up Again

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Research confirms what every mom on the planet can tell you. Men sleep right through babies’ cries.

The U.K.’s Mindlab hooked volunteers in a sleep lab up to an electroencephalography (EEG) machine and played recorded noises. The experiment showed that men are most likely to stir over…

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Writer, editor, parent. Former staffer at Quartz, WSJ and Inc. magazine.

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Stephanie Gruner Buckley

Stephanie Gruner Buckley

Writer, editor, parent. Former staffer at Quartz, WSJ and Inc. magazine.

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