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Victimization and Perpetration Experiences of Adults with Autism
(Frontiers Media, 25/05/2018)
This study aimed to describe the self-reported experiences of childhood and adult victimization and perpetration in adults with autism spectrum conditions (ASC) compared to a matched sample, and how victimization and ...
Group Level Clinical Significance: An Analysis of Current Practice
Measures of clinical significance offer important information about psychological interventions that cannot be garnered from tests of the statistical significance of the change from pretest to posttest. For example, ...
Variability in Infant Acute Pain Responding Meaningfully Obscured By Averaging Pain Responses
Given the inherent variability in pain responding, using an "average" pain score may pose serious threats to internal and external validity of current research findings. Using growth mixture modeling (GMM), the paper ...
A cross-sectional examination of the relationships between caregiver proximal soothing and infant pain over the first year of life
Although previous research has examined the relationships between caregiver proximal soothing and infant pain, there is a paucity of work taking infant age into account, despite the steep developmental trajectory that ...
Access barriers to services by immigrant mothers of children with autism in Canada
Equal access for autism services remains suboptimal for diverse groups. In Canada,little is known about the barriers immigrant mothers face accessing services and support for their children with developmental disabilities. ...
Sexual Knowledge and Victimization in Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders
(Springer US, 2014-09)
There is a significant gap in understanding the risk of sexual victimization in individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and the variables that contribute to risk. Age appropriate sexual interest, limited sexual ...
Measurement of pain
(Elsevier Inc., 1999-04)
Pain is a personal, subjective experience influenced by cultural learning, the meaning of the situation, attention, and other psychologic variables. Approaches to the measurement of pain include verbal and numeric self-rating ...
Preoperative coping strategies and distress predict postoperative pain and morphine consumption in women undergoing abdominal gynecologic surgery
Objectives The aim of the present study was to predict postoperative pain and morphine consumption based on preoperative psychosocial factors. Methods One hundred and twenty-two women completed measures of distress and ...
The role of the sympathetic nervous system in phantom limb pain
(Hanley and Belfus/Elsevier, 1996)