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Objective To examine the reliability and validity of the 42-item Brief Infant-Toddler Social and Emotional Assessment (BITSEA), a screener for social-emotional/behavioral problems and delays in competence. Method Parents in a representative healthy birth cohort of 1,237 infants aged 12 to 36...
Objective To investigate the relationship between neuropsychological functioning and radiographic findings in children with sickle cell disease (SCD) with no history of clinical neurological events. Methods Thirty-one patients with SCD randomly selected from a regional treatment center underwent...
Objective We set out to examine the relationship between unintentional injury and common child psychiatric disorders, including both internalizing and externalizing diagnoses. Methods The 1999 British Child and Adolescent Mental Health Survey provided a nationally representative sample of over...
Objectives This study investigated long-term neurobehavioral outcome from childhood bacterial meningitis, with particular focus on the influence of acute neurologic complications and age at illness. Methods This prospective, longitudinal study compared survivors of childhood bacterial meningitis...
Objective To evaluate the construct validity of children's approach-avoidance coping and distress during immunizations, and to examine the instruments used to assess these domains. Methods We used a multitrait-multimethod matrix to examine the validity of the approach-avoidance coping and...
Objective Tested feasibility of a written emotional disclosure intervention with caregivers of youths with chronic illness and its effects on measures of mood, physical symptoms, health-related quality of life, distress, and caregiver appraisal of stress and efficacy. Methods Measures were...
Objectives Two factors were considered as predictors of children's risk for unintentional injury: (a) children's temperamentally difficult behavior patterns and (b) parenting. Along with hypotheses to replicate previous univariate effects, it was hypothesized that active, involved parents with...
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