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  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   May 19, 2020

    STRESS AND THE HOME ENVIRONMENT IN CAREGIVERS OF CHILDREN WITH SICKLE CELL

    AbstractObjectiveCaregivers of young children with chronic illnesses are at high risk for elevated levels of stress and mental health...

    Stress, Child
  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   May 19, 2020

    PARENTAL BEHAVIORS, EMOTIONS AT BEDTIME, AND SLEEP DISTURBANCES IN CHILDREN WITH CANCER

    AbstractBackgroundPoor sleep is common for children during cancer treatment, but there is limited understanding of the nature of children's...

    Sleep, Child, Cancer
  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   May 19, 2020

    ADHERENCE BARRIERS FOR ADOLESCENT AND YOUNG ADULT TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS: RELATIONS TO PERSONALITY

    AbstractObjectiveMuch of the extant literature on adherence barriers has focused on modifiable factors ; however, less is known about...

    Adolescence
  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   May 19, 2020

    SEX DIFFERENCES IN EARLY COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT AFTER PRENATAL EXPOSURE TO OPIOIDS

    AbstractObjectivePrenatal opioid exposure has been linked with impaired cognitive development, with boys potentially at elevated risk....

    Tobacco, Alcohol
  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   May 19, 2020

    CAREGIVERS' BARRIERS TO FACILITATING MEDICATION ADHERENCE IN ADOLESCENTS/YOUNG ADULTS WITH SOLID ORGAN TRANSPLANTS: MEASURE DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION

    AbstractObjectiveTo evaluate the factor structure, validity, and reliability of the Caregiver Medication Barriers to Adherence Scale...

    Adolescence
  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   May 19, 2020

    PSYCHOSOCIAL BURDEN OF CHILDHOOD SICKLE CELL DISEASE ON CAREGIVERS IN KENYA

    AbstractObjectivesTo characterize the types and magnitude of psychosocial burden present in caregivers who have a child with sickle...

    Child
  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   May 19, 2020

    INFLUENCE OF PROVIDER COMMUNICATION ON EMERGING ADULTS' MEDICATION COGNITIONS AND PROVIDER SATISFACTION

    AbstractObjectiveThis study examined how the content of medical provider communication related to medication prescriptions influenced...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   May 19, 2020

    VALIDATION OF THE HEALTH-RELATED FELT STIGMA AND CONCEALMENT QUESTIONNAIRE

    AbstractObjectiveStigma is associated with many health conditions, including chronic pain. Research on health-related stigma is limited...

    Concealer
  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   May 19, 2020

    RISK OF DISORDERED EATING BEHAVIORS IN ADOLESCENTS WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES

    AbstractObjectiveManagement of type 1 diabetes may be difficult for adolescents, who often fail to meet glycemic targets. Adolescents...

    Diabetes, Adolescence
  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   May 19, 2020

    JPP STUDENT JOURNAL CLUB COMMENTARY: OPIOID EXPOSURE AND COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT: UNPACKING CLINICAL RELEVANCE

    Assessing the impact of in utero exposure to various teratogenic substances has been a central focus in the fetal and early child development...

    Child
  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   Apr 25, 2020

    SOCIETY OF PEDIATRIC PSYCHOLOGY WORKFORCE SURVEY: UPDATED FACTORS RELATED TO COMPENSATION

    AbstractObjectiveThe 2017 Society of Pediatric Psychology Workforce Survey provides self-reported compensation by pediatric psychologists,...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   Apr 25, 2020

    SIDE DEPOSIT WITH REGULAR TEXTURE FOOD FOR CLINICAL CASES IN-HOME

    Abstract Objective Research has shown effectiveness of nonremoval of the spoon and physical guidance in increasing consumption and...

    Hospital, Food, Child
  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   Apr 25, 2020

    DOES SELF-EFFICACY MEDIATE THE LINK BETWEEN IMPULSE CONTROL AND DIABETES ADHERENCE?

    AbstractObjectiveThe goal of this study was to test the hypothesis that diabetes self-efficacy mediates the relationship between impulse...

    Diabetes
  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   Apr 25, 2020

    PSYCHOSOCIAL SCREENING IN SICKLE CELL DISEASE: VALIDATION OF THE PSYCHOSOCIAL ASSESSMENT TOOL

    AbstractObjectiveFamilies of youth with Sickle Cell Disease can face psychosocial adversity including emotional distress, functional...

    Hospital, Face
  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   Apr 25, 2020

    SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF HEALTH LITERACY IN CHILDHOOD CANCER PATIENTS, SURVIVORS, AND THEIR CAREGIVERS

    AbstractObjectiveThis systematic review examined the literature regarding health literacy among pediatric cancer patients, survivors,...

    Regard, Cancer
  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   Apr 25, 2020

    PSYCHOSOCIAL RISK PROFILES AMONG AMERICAN AND DUTCH FAMILIES AFFECTED BY PEDIATRIC CANCER

    AbstractObjectiveLittle is known about relations between domains of psychosocial risk among pediatric cancer populations. The Psychosocial...

    Stress, Child, Cancer
  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   Apr 25, 2020

    PARENTAL EFFICACY AND CONTROL QUESTIONNAIRE IN HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELL TRANSPLANT: PRELIMINARY VALIDATION

    AbstractObjective Develop and evaluate the preliminary validity of a self-report measure of parents' treatment-related efficacy and...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   Apr 25, 2020

    PSYCHOEDUCATION FOR CHILDREN WITH CHRONIC CONDITIONS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS

    AbstractObjectiveThis systematic review and meta-analysis evaluated the effectiveness of psychoeducational interventions in improving...

    Diabetes, Asthma
  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   Apr 25, 2020

    JPP STUDENT JOURNAL CLUB COMMENTARY: CAREGIVER-CHILD DISCREPANCIES IN PEDIATRIC CHRONIC PAIN: DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES ON SYMPTOMS

    Child
  • By Journal of Pediatric Psychology   -   Apr 25, 2020

    LATINO STYLE: PRELIMINARY FINDINGS FROM AN HIV PREVENTION RCT AMONG LATINO YOUTH

    AbstractObjectiveLatino STYLE is a family-centered, HIV-focused intervention emphasizing cultural factors and parent-adolescent communication....

    Arm, Adolescence