Parent behaviors moderate the relationship between neonatal pain and internalizing behaviors at 18 months corrected age in children born very prematurely

@article{Vinall2013ParentBM,
  title={Parent behaviors moderate the relationship between neonatal pain and internalizing behaviors at 18 months corrected age in children born very prematurely},
  author={Jillian Vinall and Steven Paul Miller and Anne R Synnes and Ruth E. Grunau},
  journal={PAIN®},
  year={2013},
  volume={154},
  pages={1831-1839}
}
Children born very preterm (≤ 32 weeks gestation) exhibit greater internalizing (anxious/depressed) behaviors compared to term-born peers as early as 2 years corrected age (CA); however, the role of early stress in the etiology of internalizing problems in preterm children remains unknown. Therefore, we examined the relationship between neonatal pain and internalizing behavior at 18 months CA in children born very preterm and examined whether parent behavior and stress moderated this… CONTINUE READING

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