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Parental judgments of infant pain: Importance of perceived cognitive abilities, behavioural cues and contextual cues.
(Pain and Research Management, 2004)
BACKGROUND: Despite blatant indications, such as behavioural and contextual cues, infant pain is often undermanaged by adult caretakers. The belief that infants are limited in their abilities to comprehend the meaning ...
Accuracy of children’s and parent’s memory for a novel painful experience
(Pain and Research Management, 2000)
BACKGROUND: Despite recent progress in understanding memory of pain in adults, the validity of the assumption that these findings extend to children has not been established. Because treatment often is evaluated on the ...
Systematic review: predisposing, precipitating, perpetuating, and present factors predicting anticipatory distress to painful medical procedures in children.
(Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 2016)
Objective To conduct a systematic review of the factors predicting anticipatory distress to painful medical procedures in children. Methods A systematic search was conducted to identify studies with factors related to ...
The relationship between caregiver sensitivity and infant pain behaviors across the first year of life.
Recent research has begun to examine discrete caregiver pain management behaviors in the infant immunization context. However, there is a dearth of research exploring more global caregiving constructs, such as emotional ...