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  • Distinguishing selective mutism and social anxiety in children: a multi-method study. [Journal Article]
    Eur Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 2020 Jul 04 [Online ahead of print]Poole KL, Cunningham CE, … Schmidt LA
  • Selective mutism (SM) is an anxiety disorder in which a child fails to speak in some situations (e.g., school) despite the ability to speak in other situations (e.g., home). Some work has conceptualized SM as a variant of social anxiety disorder (SAD) characterized by higher levels of social anxiety. Here, we empirically tested this hypothesis to see whether there were differences in social anxie…
  • Which Risk Factors for Child Maltreatment Predict Mothers' Enrollment in a Parenting Support Program? [Journal Article]
    Prev Sci. 2020 Jul 04 [Online ahead of print]Filion F, Lachapelle M, … Gagné MH
  • Parenting support programs are an effective means of preventing child maltreatment. However, these programs are often criticized for their limited ability to enroll and engage the parents who need them most. The present study aimed to determine which risk factors associated with child maltreatment predicted mothers' enrollment in the Triple P-Positive Parenting Program in Quebec. To this end, 240…
  • Parent- and Child-Factors in Specific Phobias: The Interplay of Overprotection and Negative Affectivity. [Journal Article]
    J Abnorm Child Psychol. 2020 Jul 04 [Online ahead of print]Capriola-Hall NN, Booker JA, Ollendick TH
  • Specific phobias are among the most prevalent anxiety disorders in children and adolescents. Although brief and intensive treatments are evidence-based interventions (Davis III et al. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, 15, 233-256, 2019), up to one-third of youth do not show significant change in their symptoms following these interventions. Hence, consideration of additional factors influenci…
  • Ante-natal counseling in phacomatoses. [Journal Article]
    Childs Nerv Syst. 2020 Jul 05 [Online ahead of print]Brabbing-Goldstein D, Ben-Shachar S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Phacomatoses are common autosomal dominant genetic conditions with variable expression. Ante-natal genetic diagnosis is an appropriate approach for family planning in individuals affected by phacomatosis or parents of an affected child.
  • Forbidden medically assisted sex selection in Sunni Muslims: a qualitative study. [Journal Article]
    Reprod Biomed Online. 2020 Jun 14 [Online ahead of print]Bokek-Cohen Y, Tarabeih M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Some Sunni Muslim couples privately defy the Sunni Muslim orthodoxy on their way to becoming parents to male offspring. Sons are preferred over daughters because of the traditional value attached to male offspring in Muslim culture. Therefore, couples who have only daughters may face an ethical dilemma of whether to obey the religious prohibition against sex selection or to violate it and enjoy societal acceptance and recognition for having a son.
  • Exploring message framing to engage parents in early screening for autism spectrum disorder. [Journal Article]
    Patient Educ Couns. 2020 Jun 27 [Online ahead of print]Delehanty A, Lee J, … Woods J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Results of this preliminary study supported the inclusion of both evidence types in messages developed to encourage parents to engage in early screening for autism, and partially supported focusing these messages on the potential costs of not screening.Effective use of messaging with parents could help to increase knowledge and facilitate shared decision-making with health care providers to engage in early screening for autism.
  • A comprehensive overview of promising biomarkers in stage II colorectal cancer. [Review]
    Cancer Treat Rev. 2020 Jun 23; 88:102059.Parent P, Cohen R, … Turpin A
  • Colon cancer (CC) has the highest incidence rate among gastrointestinal cancers and ranks the third in mortality among all cancers, which contributes to the current CC burden and constitutes a major public health issue. While therapeutic strategies for stage I, III, and IV CC are standardized, those for stage II CC remain debatable. The choice of adjuvant chemotherapy for patients with stage II C…
  • 3-year follow-up after balloon sinuplasty in children with chronic rhinosinusitis. [Journal Article]
    Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 2020 Jun 03; 136:110084.Jia L, Cao C, … Yong F
  • CONCLUSIONS: The 3-year follow-up demonstrated that balloon sinuplasty had high clinical efficacy and safety, the satisfactory degree of children and parents remained relatively high. Improved the upper respiratory infection and increased the immunity, which were considered effective methods to reduce the risk of recurrence. Nasal spraying of steroids and nasal irrigation in three months after surgery cold help prevent the nasal cavity adhesion.
  • Parent-reported childhood temperament and adolescent self-reported substance use initiation. [Journal Article]
    Addict Behav. 2020 Jun 10; 110:106503.Strickhouser JE, Terracciano A, Sutin AR
  • Children differ in their general temperament and these differences predict consequential outcomes, including mental health, peer relations, and academic performance. In adults, there is strong evidence that personality correlates with substance use, but the temporal direction of the relation is unclear, as substance use may alter personality. The present research uses data from the Longitudinal S…
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