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Preschool children's coping responses and outcomes in the vaccination context: child and caregiver transactional and longitudinal relationships

Video Author: Campbell, Lauren; Pillai Riddell, Rebecca; Cribbie, Robert; Garfield, Hartley; Greenberg, Saul
Published on: 02.14.2018
Associated with: PAIN. 159(2):314-330, February 2018

This article, based on 2 companion studies, presents an in-depth analysis of preschoolers coping with vaccination pain. The research provides empirical support for the need to differentiate between coping responses and coping outcomes: 2 different, yet interrelated, components of “coping.”

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Creator: Campbell, Lauren; Pillai Riddell, Rebecca; Cribbie, Robert; Garfield, Hartley; Greenberg, Saul
Duration: 2:08
This article, based on 2 companion studies, presents an in-depth analysis of preschoolers coping with vaccination pain. The research provides empirical support for the need to differentiate between coping responses and coping outcomes: 2 different, yet interrelated, components of “coping.”
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This study shows that OTRs are expressed in the terminal nerve endings and are able to inhibit nociceptive neuronal firing. Taken together, our results suggest that OTRs could be found in nociceptive terminals and that on activation they are able to inhibit nociceptive input.
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Creator: Campbell, Lauren; Pillai Riddell, Rebecca; Cribbie, Robert; Garfield, Hartley; Greenberg, Saul
Duration: 2:08
This article, based on 2 companion studies, presents an in-depth analysis of preschoolers coping with vaccination pain. The research provides empirical support for the need to differentiate between coping responses and coping outcomes: 2 different, yet interrelated, components of “coping.”
Creator: Ballantyne, Jane C.; Sullivan, Mark D.
Duration: 9:39
This article explores why the endogenous opioid system is so important in terms of evolution, individual survival and day-to-day function, and how important it is to consider opioid medications within the context of these critical natural functions.
Creator: González-Hernández, Abimael; Manzano-García, Alfredo; Martínez-Lorenzana, Guadalupe; Tello-García, Irma A.a; Carranza, Martha; Arámburo, Carlos; Condés-Lara, Miguela,
Duration: 4:42
This study shows that OTRs are expressed in the terminal nerve endings and are able to inhibit nociceptive neuronal firing. Taken together, our results suggest that OTRs could be found in nociceptive terminals and that on activation they are able to inhibit nociceptive input.
Creator: Schappacher, Katie A.; Styczynski, Lauren; Baccei, Mark L.
Duration: 4:37
Early life vincristine exposure evokes mechanical pain hypersensitivity in the developing rat
Creator: Klinck, Mary; Mogil, Jeffrey; Moreau, Maxim; Lascelles, Duncan; Flecknell, Paul; Poitte, Thierry; Troncy, Eric
Duration: 4:18
Translational pain assessment: could natural animal models be the missing link?
Creator: Gélinas, Céline; Puntillo, Kathleen A.; Levin, Pavel; Azoulay, Elie
Duration: 4:54
The new Behavioral Pain Assessment Tool use has shown good reliability and validity for the assessment of pain in ICU patients in 28 countries.
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Duration: 4:12
To evaluate the analgesic effects of a treatment on painful chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN), pain must be evaluated separately from the other symptoms associated with neuropathy.
Creator: Ibrahim, Mohab M.; Patwardhan, Amol; Gilbraith, Kerry B.; Moutal, Aubin; Yang, Xiaofang; Chew, Lindsey A.; Largent-Milnes, Tally; Malan, T. Philip; Vanderah, Todd W.; Porreca, Frank; Khanna, Rajesh
Duration: 4:42
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Creator: Majuta, Lisa A.; Guedon, Jean-Marc G.; Mitchell, Stefanie A.T.; Ossipov, Michael H.; Mantyh, Patrick W.
Duration: 4:31
Using an automated system that continually monitored rodent activity, sequestration of nerve growth factor increased spontaneous day/night activity and rearing in mice with acute post–orthopedic surgery pain.
Creator: Kennedy, Donna L.; Kemp, Harriet I.; Ridout, Deborah; Yarnitsky, David; Rice, Andrew S.C.
Duration: 5:00
A systematic literature review was undertaken to determine if conditioned pain modulation (CPM) is reliable. Conditioned pain modulation is a reliable measure; however, the degree of reliability is heavily dependent on stimulation parameters and study methodology and this warrants consideration for investigators. The validation of CPM as a robust prognostic factor in experimental and clinical pain studies may be facilitated by improvements in the reporting of CPM reliability studies.
Creator: Kosek, Eva; Cohen, Milton; Baron, Ralf; Gebhart, Gerald F.; Mico, Juan-Antonio; Rice, Andrew S.C.; Rief, Winfried; Sluka, A. Kathleen
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