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Children’s Fear during Procedural Pain: Preliminary Investigation of the Children’s Fear Scale
(American Psychological Association, 2011-08-01)
Many children consider getting a needle to be one of their most feared and painful experiences. Differentiating between a child’s experience of fear and pain is critical to appropriate intervention. There is no gold standard ...
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Pediatric Chronic Pain: The Problem, Research, and Practice
The purpose of this paper is to outline the rationale and use of cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) for the treatment of pediatric chronic pain. The paper begins by demonstrating the scope and impact of the problem of ...
The Acceptability of Deception in Pediatric Research
(Wolters Kluwer, 2015)
Objective: Deception has been used to investigate the role of developmental and behavioral factors in child health; however, its acceptability for use in pediatric research has received little empirical attention. This ...
“Pain is not over when the needle ends”: A review and preliminary model of acute pain memory development in childhood
(Future Medicine Ltd, 2012)
Over the past several decades, the field of pediatric pain has made impressive advances in our understanding of the pain experience of the developing child, as well as the devastating impact of inadequately managed pain ...
Impact of threat level, task instruction, and individual characteristics on cold pressor pain and fear among children and their parents
(John Wiley & Sons, 2015)
The cold pressor task (CPT) is increasingly used to induce experimental pain in children, but the specific methodology of the CPT is quite variable across pediatric studies. This study examined how subtle variations in CPT ...
Remembering the Pain of Childhood: Applying a Developmental Perspective to the Study of Pain Memories
(Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2015)