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These differences in behavior patterns of parents and babies continued to be seen when babies were five weeks of age. The study revealed that: the amount of time parents spent playing and interacting was similar in all three groups at ten days the percentage of babies with unsoothable crying and colic was similar in all three groups at ten days and five weeks and decreased in all three groups by twelve weeks, confirming the view that unsoothable crying and colic are not related to parenting babies in all three groups reduced their crying by about one-third between ten days and twelve weeks infants of London parents at ten days and five weeks spent percent more time fussing and crying than babies of Copenhagen and attachment parents, but reduced their crying by twelve weeks of age infants of London and Copenhagen parents were more likely at twelve weeks to sleep five or more hours at night without waking and crying than babies of attachment parents who continued to cry and wake their parents at ten months Each form of care had some benefits. Infant crying was reduced in babies of both Copenhagen and attachment parents, suggesting it was the greater holding time and greater responsiveness to distress that decreased crying as these two groups differed in frequency of feeding and co-sleeping.
The Western parenting of London parents was effective in establishing longer hours of sleep. The infant care of Copenhagen parents was as successful as attachment parenting in reducing crying and as effective as that of London parents in establishing longer hours of sleep.