By Joseph P. Bush, Stephen W. Harkins (auth.), Joseph P. Bush, Stephen W. Harkins (eds.)
Our current realizing of the psychosocial elements of soreness in teenagers is reviewed during this monograph by way of top scientists and practitioners. The contributions are built-in inside a developmental viewpoint to supply an creation to the conceptual and methodological instruments priceless for comprehension of latest paintings within the box. This quantity bargains a survey of significant new advancements within the quarter of pediatric soreness and issues out the instructions within which scientific paintings and conceptualization are relocating. Children in Pain argues continually and persuasively that either versions of discomfort evaluation, intervention innovations, and learn designs needs to reveal a cosmopolitan appreciation for developmental concerns. themes explored comprise overview of pediatric ache; coping and variation in kid's soreness; developmental matters between babies and little toddlers and between preschool and school-age childrens, in addition to between teens; recurrent belly soreness; burn damage and therapy; power and recurrent discomfort in hemophilia, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and sickle phone sickness; developmental elements of the biobehavioral remedy of migraine in adolescence; and supporting little ones focus on painful clinical procedures.
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Older subjects were better able to identify the value of pain (75% of college freshmen vs. 9% of preschoolers). However, overall, half of the subjects (54%) could not identify a value of pain. An additional 9% only identified pain values such as relief or familiarity with the pain. Interestingly, age was a better predictor of more cognitively mature answers about pain than were measures derived from a Piagetian conservationidentity task. This may have been due to the relative insensitivity of the cognitive measure, but the authors also argued that life experiences and encounters with pain increase with age and are likely to influence cognitions about pain independent from general cognitive maturity.
Children in Pain: Clinical and Research Issues From a Developmental Perspective by Joseph P. Bush, Stephen W. Harkins (auth.), Joseph P. Bush, Stephen W. Harkins (eds.)