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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 ...
The influence of culture on maternal soothing behaviours and infant pain expression in the immunization context.
(Pain and Research Management, 2011)
ObJecTiVe: To investigate how maternal culture (ie, individualist versus collectivist) influences soothing techniques and infant distress. MeThOdS: Archival data were analyzed using a subsample of 80 motherinfant dyads ...
Toy-mediated distraction: Clarifying the role of the agent of distraction and pre-needle distress
(Pain and Research Management, 2013)
BaCkGRound: Distraction has recently gained attention as a technique that may help reduce acute pain in infants and toddlers; however, results remain equivocal. It appears that these mixed results stem from a variety ...