K Lustman-Findling

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The purpose of this study was to determine if mothers generally perceive their infants as more ill than do pediatricians, and if the presence of fever has an impact on the perceptions of either the mother or pediatrician. One hundred eighty-seven mothers and their infants, from a primary care clinic (n = 109) and private practice (n = 78), were enrolled at(More)
The purpose of this study was to investigate whether the reliability, sensitivity, and specificity of mothers' judgments about acute illnesses in their children could be improved by using the Acute Illness Observation Scales (AIOS). At the 2-week well child care visit in a primary care center and a private practice, 369 mothers were divided at random into(More)
The purpose of this study was to investigate to what extent selected adverse demographic, clinical, and psychosocial data measured at the 2-week well child visit could predict poorer reliability of mothers' judgments during acute illness episodes over the next 32 months. The study was a randomized trial of the Acute Illness Observation Scales (AIOS); 369(More)
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