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Executive function and attention regulation as predictors of coping success in youth with functional abdominal pain.
OBJECTIVE To examine the role of executive function and attention regulation in coping and their indirect effects on anxiety and depression through coping in youth with functional abdominal pain. Expand
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A revision of the intensity of treatment rating scale: classifying the intensity of pediatric cancer treatment.
BACKGROUND We previously developed a reliable and valid method for classifying the intensity of pediatric cancer treatment. The Intensity of Treatment Rating Scale (ITR-2.0) 1 classifies treatmentsExpand
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Applying the Transactional Stress and Coping Model to Sickle Cell Disorder and Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus: Identifying Psychosocial Variables Related to Adjustment and Intervention
This review paper examines the literature on psychosocial factors associated with adjustment to sickle cell disease and insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus in children through the framework of theExpand
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Screening for Psychosocial Risk at Pediatric Cancer Diagnosis: The Psychosocial Assessment Tool
Background To investigate the feasibility of integrating an evidence-based screening tool of psychosocial risk in pediatric cancer care at diagnosis. Methods Parents of children newly diagnosed withExpand
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Association of psychosocial risk screening in pediatric cancer with psychosocial services provided.
OBJECTIVE How screening for psychosocial risk in pediatric oncology may relate to the number and type of psychosocial services provided is a critical step in linking screening with treatment. WeExpand
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Prospectively examining physical activity in young adult survivors of childhood cancer and healthy controls.
BACKGROUND This study compares young adult survivors of childhood cancer (YASCC) and young adults without a history of serious illness/injury on physical activity levels and examines psychologicalExpand
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Neurocognitive and Family Functioning and Quality of Life Among Young Adult Survivors of Childhood Brain Tumors
Many childhood brain tumor survivors experience significant neurocognitive late effects across multiple domains that negatively affect quality of life. A theoretical model of survivorship suggestsExpand
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Social competence in pediatric brain tumor survivors: application of a model from social neuroscience and developmental psychology.
Pediatric brain tumor (BT) survivors are at risk for psychosocial late effects across many domains of functioning, including neurocognitive and social. The literature on the social competence ofExpand
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Parent perspectives on family-based psychosocial interventions in pediatric cancer: a mixed-methods approach
Family-based interventions in pediatric cancer face challenges associated with integrating psychosocial care into a period of intensive treatment and escalating stress. Little research has soughtExpand
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Psychosocial Benefits of Three Formats of a Standardized Behavioral Stress Management Program
Objective: Psychosocial factors are associated with increased morbidity and mortality in healthy and clinical populations. Behavioral interventions are needed to train the large number of people inExpand
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