Parental Responses to Children's Chronic Pain: A Developmental Perspective on Parental Protectiveness, Minimization and Monitoring of Pain.

El-Behadli, Ana.

Abstract: Parental responses to children's pain are related to how children and adolescents cope with and manage chronic pain. However, research is needed to fully understand pediatric chronic pain from a developmental perspective. This study examined the effect of age on parents' responses to children's pain in a sample of 1,509 pediatric chronic pain patients. Pain characteristics were examined ... read more

Tufts University. Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development.
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