Sondheim Hall 511
Accepting new students for Fall 2013
Child Clinical, Child Health Psychology
The treatment of acute and chronic pain in children. The impact of childhood chronic illnesses on children's social development, parenting, and family adjustment.
Dahlquist, L. M., & Pendley, J. S. (2005) When distraction fails: Parental anxiety and children's responses to distraction during cancer procedures. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 30, 623-628.
Bollinger, M. E., Dahlquist, L. M., Mudd, K., Sonntag, C., Dillinger, L., & McKenna, K. (2005). The impact of food allergy on the daily activities of children and their families. Annals of Asthma, Allergy, & Immunology.
Power, T. G., Dahlquist, L. M., Thompson, S. M., & Warren, R. (2003). Interactions between children with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and their mothers. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 28, 213-221.
Dahlquist, L. M. & Switkin, M. (2003). Chronic pain. In M. C. Roberts (Ed.) Handbook of Pediatric Psychology. New York: Guilford.
Dahlquist, L.M., Busby, S.M., Slifer, K.J.,Tucker, C.L., Eischen, S.E., Sulc, W., & Hilley, L. (2002). Distraction for children of different ages undergoing repeated needle sticks. Journal 19(1), 22-34.
Slifer, K., Eischen, S., Tucker, C., Dahlquist, L. M., Busby, S., Sulc, W., Hilley, L. (2002). Behavioral treatment for child distress during repeated needle sticks. Behavioral and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 30, 83-94.
Dahlquist, L., Pendley, J., Landthrip, D., & Jones, C. (2002) Distraction intervention for preschoolers undergoing intramuscular injections and subcutaneous port access. Health Psychology, 21, 94-99.
Slifer, K.J., Tucker, C.L., & Dahlquist, L.M. (2002). Helping children and caregivers cope with repeated invasive procedures: How are we doing? Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 9 (2). 131-152.
Dahlquist, L. M., Pendley, J., Power, T., Landthrip, D., Jones, C. & Steuber, C.P. (2001). Adult command structure and child distress during invasive medical procedures. Children's Health Care, 30, 151-167.
Pringle, B., Hilley, L., Gelfand, K., Dahlquist, L. M., Switkin, M., Diver, T., Sulc, W., & Eskenazi, A. (2001). Decreasing child distress during needle sticks and maintaining treatment gains over time. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 8, 119-130.
Switkin, M. C., Amari, A., Gelfand, K. M., Dahlquist, L. M., Slifer, K. & Eskenazi, A. E. (2002). The impact of types of distractors on child-critical statements by a parent during chemotherapy injections: A case study. Children's Health Care, 31, 311-319.
Gelfand, K., & Dahlquist, L.M. (2002). An examination of the relation between child distress and mother and nurse interactions during pediatric oncology procedures. Children's Health Care, 31, 311-319.
Pringle, B., Dahlquist, L.M., & Eskenazi, A. (2003). Memory in children undergoing conscious sedation for invasive medical procedures. Health Psychology, 22,263-269.
Vannorsdall, T., Dahlquist, L M.., Pendley, J. S. , & Power, T. (2004). The relation between nonessential touch and children's distress during lumbar punctures. Children's Health Care.
Forys, K. & Dahlquist, L. M. (in press). The influence of preferred coping style and cognitive strategy on laboratory induced pain. Health Psychology, 33,299-315.
Appropriate and inappropriate control by nursing staff during invasive procedures: The relation to child distress.
Distraction intervention for preschoolers undergoing chemotherapy: Changes in parent behavior and child distress.
Ketogenic diet palatability : Caregiver predictions and actual child preferences among children with epilepsy.
Health care utilization in children with sickle cell disease.
Coping style and disease progression in pediatric human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) Infection: The role of medication adherence.
Learning in pediatric patients during early recovery from traumatic brain injury.
Efficacy of a stress management intervention on psychosocial functioning and seizure frequency in adolescents with epilepsy.
Parenting stress and overprotection in parents of children with asthma.