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Distress responses in a routine vaccination context: Relationships to early child school readiness and mental health.
Social and emotional competencies, such as distress regulation, are established in early childhood and are critical for the development of children’s mental health and wellbeing. Routine vaccinations in primary care ...
Developing a Measure of Distress-Promoting Parent Behaviours During Infant Vaccination: Assessing Reliability and Validity
(Canadian Journal of Pain, 2018)
Background: Infants rely on their parents’ sensitive and contingent soothing to support their regulation from pain-related distress. However, despite being of potentially equal or greater import, there has been little focus ...
Does exposure to university researchers improve undergraduate perceptions of research?: A quasi cluster-randomized controlled trial
(Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 2019-08)
This study explores the impact of talks by university researchers in different formats on students’ perceptions of research. Undergraduate students (N = 222) were randomly assigned to watch research talks via video recording ...
Opioid Exposure and Cognitive Development: Unpacking Clinical Relevance
(Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 2020-05)
Understanding the Relative Contributions of Sensitive and Insensitive Parent Behaviors on Infant Vaccination Pain
Parents play a critical role in supporting infants’ ability to manage strong emotions. Routine vaccinations provide an ideal context to observe the effect of parents’ behaviors on infants’ pain-related distress. Previous ...
Parental Psychological Distress Moderates the Impact of a Video Intervention to Help Parents Manage Young Child Vaccination Pain
(Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 2018-08)
Objective: The current study sets out to conduct a post hoc analysis of the moderating effect of parent psychological distress on a pediatric pain management intervention. Methods: Parents of 6-month-old infants (n = 64) ...