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OBJECTIVE To evaluate psychological literature addressing interventions for disease-related pain in children. METHODS We conducted a literature review of all studies using psychological interventions for pain stemming directly from disease process as well as pain secondary to disease treatment. RESULTS Few empirically validated psychological approaches(More)
OBJECTIVE To identify treatment studies on group interventions for pediatric conditions and to review their efficacy using standardized criteria. METHODS Through a systematic literature review, we identified 125 studies describing group treatments for pediatric populations. Group interventions were classified into one of four types of groups distinguished(More)
One of the driving factors to revitalize standard textbook engineering curriculum is with the integration of multimedia courseware. Traditional textbook learning is one component for learning a subject, lab projects provide students with hands-on experience, but multimedia can synthesize and expand the learning process. The MEEP project philosophy is on(More)
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