Self-esteem and perceived stress in young adolescents with chronic disease. Unexpected findings.


This pilot study was designed to investigate the relationship between perceived stress, self-esteem and "functional" pain in young adolescents with and without chronic disease. Twenty children with chronic disease and 15 without who were seen in a pediatric outpatient clinic completed a symptom survey, the Piers-Harris Self-Concept Survey, and Lewis's Feel… (More)


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