Measurement of Pain in Infants and Children

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G. Allen Finley, Patrick J. McGrath
IASP Press, 1998 - 210 pagina's
In light of the more recent attitude that even premature infants have the capacity to experience pain, 19 papers from the first biennial International Forum on Pediatric Pain (1996: Nova Scotia) treat psychometric, neurophysiological, neurobiological, behavioral, and clinical issues in the measurement, management, and research on pain in a population for whom the standard self-report is untenable--except through specially- designed measures (e.g. the Poker Chip Tool and Pain Experience History-Child form). Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Psychometric Issues in the Measurement of Pain
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Neurophysiological and Neurobiological Correlates
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Physiological Measures of Pain
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