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Longitudinal and Concurrent Relationships Between Caregiver-Child Behaviours in the Vaccination Context and Preschool Attachment
The present paper consists of two separate studies in which the overarching aim was to examine the relationships between caregiver-child behaviours in the vaccination context (infant and preschool) and preschool attachment ...
Convergence of behavioral and cardiac indicators of distress in toddlerhood: A systematic review and narrative synthesis
(International Journal of Behavioral Development, 2020-06)
The objective of the current study was to systematically review the available literature on the relation between behavioral and cardiac indicators used to measure distress in toddlerhood. After ascertaining the eligibility ...
An examination of the reciprocal and concurrent relations between behavioral and cardiac indicators of acute pain in toddlerhood
The aim of this study was to examine the concurrent and predictive relations between healthy toddlers’ pain behavior and cardiac indicators (i.e., heart rate [HR], respiratory sinus arrhythmia [RSA]) during routine ...
Quantification of neonatal procedural pain severity: a platform for estimating total pain burden in individual infants
There is increasing evidence that long-term outcomes for infants born prematurely are adversely affected by repeated exposure to noxious procedures. These interventions vary widely, for example, in the extent of damage ...
Corrigendum to “Non-pharmacological pain management in the neonatal intensive care unit: Managing neonatal pain without drugs”
(Seminars in Fetal and Neonatal Medicine, 2020-02)
Premature infants hospitalized after birth are exposed to repeated painful procedures as part of their routine medical care. Early neonatal exposure to unmanaged pain has been linked to numerous negative long-term outcomes, ...
Opioid Exposure and Cognitive Development: Unpacking Clinical Relevance
(Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 2020-05)
Drinking to cope during COVID-19 pandemic: The role of external and internal factors in coping motive pathways to alcohol use, solitary drinking, and alcohol problems
Background: The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in massive disruptions to society, to the economy, and to daily life. Some people may turn to alcohol to cope with stress during the pandemic, which may put them at risk for ...