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A meta-analytic review of the influence of pediatric cancer on parent and family functioning.
This study used meta-analytic methods to compare the functioning of parents of children with cancer to parents of physically healthy children or normative samples. A meta-analysis using fixedExpand
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Evidence-based assessment of health-related quality of life and functional impairment in pediatric psychology.
OBJECTIVE To provide an evidence-based review of measures of health-related quality of life (HRQOL) and functional impairment, with a specific focus on their use in the field of pediatric psychology.Expand
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Psychological therapies for the management of chronic and recurrent pain in children and adolescents.
BACKGROUND Chronic pain affects many children, who report severe pain, distressed mood, and disability. Psychological therapies are emerging as effective interventions to treat children with chronicExpand
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Randomized controlled trials of psychological therapies for management of chronic pain in children and adolescents: An updated meta-analytic review
&NA; The purpose of this meta‐analytic review was to quantify the effects of psychological therapies for the management of chronic pain in youth. Specifically, in this review we updated previousExpand
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Randomized controlled trial of an Internet-delivered family cognitive–behavioral therapy intervention for children and adolescents with chronic pain
ABSTRACT Cognitive–behavioral therapy (CBT) interventions show promise for decreasing chronic pain in youth. However, the availability of CBT is limited by many factors including distance to majorExpand
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Systematic review of family functioning in families of children and adolescents with chronic pain.
UNLABELLED Disturbances in family functioning have been identified in youth with chronic pain and are associated with worse child physical and psychological functioning. Assessment measures of familyExpand
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Validation of a self-report questionnaire version of the Child Activity Limitations Interview (CALI): The CALI-21
Abstract The Child Activity Limitations Interview (CALI) is a measure designed to assess functional impairment due to chronic pain in school‐age children. In this study, we present a self‐reportExpand
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Evidence-based review of subjective pediatric sleep measures.
OBJECTIVE This manuscript provides an evidence-based psychometric review of parent and child-report pediatric sleep measures using criteria developed by the American Psychological Association (APA)Expand
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Behavioral and psychosocial factors associated with insomnia in adolescents with chronic pain
&NA; This study aimed to (1) identify differences in sleep behaviors, sleep quality, pre‐sleep arousal and prevalence of insomnia symptoms in adolescents with chronic pain compared to a healthy ageExpand
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The relationship between parent-reported social support and adherence to medical treatment in families of adolescents with type 1 diabetes.
OBJECTIVE To investigate the relationships between both mother-reported spousal support and social network support, and mother-adolescent diabetes-related conflict, discrepancies in decision-makingExpand
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