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Wondering when to move your baby to a crib? Here's how to tell if she's ready, and how to get your baby to actually sleep in her crib.

By Karen Robock |

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At not quite three months , baby Brody was already busting out of his bassinet, says Brantford, Ont., mom Stephanie Dailey. “He was bumping into the sides and waking himself up,” she says.

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Shirley Park, a mom of two in Winnipeg, had the same experience at that age with her daughters, Alexandria, now four, and Seraphina, two. “Both of my girls are really tall, so by about three months they were growing out of the bassinet and had to be transitioned to the crib,” she says.

Parents of bigger-than-average babies tend to ponder the move to a crib first, says Michelle Ponti, a paediatrician in London, Ont. “But even when baby gets too big for his bassinet, it’s best to keep him close to you, in a safety-approved crib ,” she says. The Canadian Paediatric Society recommends little ones sleep in the same room as their parents until six months to promote nighttime breastfeeding and reduce the risk of SIDS by having mom and dad close by during the night, so you’re more easily alerted to any problems with your baby.

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Not every master bedroom is spacious enough to easily accommodate a crib, though, which can complicate things. “Sometimes parents put a mattress on the floor in the nursery for themselves as a transitional step, or they can make the crib fit in their room by rearranging or removing some of the furniture,” says Ponti. Park says they lucked out: “All I had to do was move my nightstand and the crib fit between my side of the bed and the wall.” This allowed each of her kids to stay beside mom until the six-month mark.

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Henning Piezunka , Wonjae Lee , Richard Haynes , and Matthew S. Bothner
PNAS March 26, 2018. 201717303; published ahead of print March 26, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1717303115
Henning Piezunka
a INSEAD , 77305 Fontainebleau, France ;
Wonjae Lee
b Graduate School of Culture Technology, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology , 34141 Daejeon, Republic of Korea ;
Richard Haynes
c US Treasury , Washington, DC 20581;
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d European School of Management and Technology , 10178 Berlin, Germany

Edited by Peter S. Bearman, Columbia University, New York, NY, and approved February 8, 2018 (received for review October 11, 2017)

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Competition, while often seen as beneficial, can escalate into destructive conflict. This occurs, for instance, when athletes sabotage each other or when rival executives get caught up in a career-derailing fight. These escalations into conflict are especially likely among status-similar competitors, who are fraught with discordant understandings of who is superior to whom. We examine the link between status similarity and conflict as well as the conditions under which this link holds. We find that status-similar Formula One drivers are more prone to collide, especially when they are age-similar, perform well, are embedded in a stable role structure, and feel safe. Our inquiry deepens our understanding of when violent conflict emerges and can guide conflict prevention efforts.

Abstract

This article investigates the factors that escalate competition into dangerous conflict. Recent sociological theorizing claims that such escalations are particularly likely in dyads of structurally equivalent people (i.e., actors who have the same relations with the same third parties). Using panel data on Formula One races from 1970 through 2014, we model the probability that two drivers collide on the racetrack (an observable trace of conflict) as a function of their structural equivalence in a dynamic network of competitive relationships. Our main hypothesis, that the likelihood of conflict rises with structural equivalence, receives empirical support. Our findings also show that the positive association between structural equivalence and conflict is neither merely a matter of contention for official position nor an artifact of inherently hostile parties spatially exposed to each other. Our analyses further reveal that this positive association is concentrated in a number of theoretically predictable conditions: among age-similar dyads, among stronger performers, in stable competitive networks, and in safe, rather than dangerous, weather conditions. Implications for future research on conflict, networks, and tournaments are discussed.

Competition, although often viewed positively as a contributor to social welfare, can escalate into destructive conflict. The classical sociologists Park and Burgess ( 1 ) discussed the escalation of competition into conflict much as one might describe a phase transition: as heat converts water to steam, a shift in social context can turn dispassionate competitors into warring enemies. Well-known cases range from Thomas Edison bullying and slandering Nikola Tesla in the “war of the currents” to Michael Tyson biting Evander Holyfield’s ear in the boxing ring. Gould ( 2 ) theorized that such escalations of competition into conflict are especially likely in dyads of structurally equivalent people; that is, two people who have the same relations with the same third parties ( Joie Diata Satin GripTape Sneakers 67fGK5zqw
). In Gould’s theory, such dyads are particularly conflict-prone because they are fraught with discordant understandings of who is superior to whom. Unlike those in obviously hierarchical relations—manager and subordinate, for example, or professor and student—for whom norms of deference are fixtures of the social background, dyads marked by structural equivalence are susceptible to ambiguous conceptions of their relationship and thus to incompatible rules for interaction. Competition for deference and status may then escalate dangerously, as when one young man ends up killing a near-peer in the wake of a “little ol’ argument […] over nothing at all.” (ref. 4 , p. 59).

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