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Hello! I'm a mum who is also a psychology researcher. We are currently undertaking a study looking at sleep in new mums and are looking for mums to complete our survey.

If you live in Australia, are aged 18+ and have a child under 12 months, it would be great if you could participate in our study!

Follow the link to participate in the anonymous survey https://cqu.syd1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5j22cb6hLxjbyQe

CQUniversity is looking for mums to participate in a short survey looking at the impacts of infant feeding and sleep, and maternal mental health on maternal sleep. The survey will also look at the relationship between maternal sleep and driving safety.

The anonymous survey will consist of questions asking about how your child is fed, how your child sleeps, your mental health, your own sleep, and your driving behaviours.

By participating in the survey, you will be providing valuable information on Australian mothers' sleep and mental health.

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