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Maria Beatriz Martins Linhares

Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Faculdade de Medicina de Ribeirão Preto (FMRP)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil
*Updated in May 21, 2016

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bachelor's at PSICOLOGIA from Universidade Gama Filho (1977), master's at Education from Universidade Federal de São Carlos (1983) and doctorate at Psychology from Universidade de São Paulo (1988). Has experience in Psychology, focusing on Treatment and Psychological Prevention, acting on the following subjects: avaliação assistida, avaliação cognitiva, prematuridade, dificuldade de aprendizagem and comportamento. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

Citation indices (Source: Google Scholar)*

TodosDesde 2011
Citações26821577
Índice h2923
Índice i108358
200820092010201120122013201420152016
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Ongoing scholarships in Brazil (most recent)

  • Pain and distress in inpatient children in a pediatric intensive care unit, BP.DR

    Pain and distress in inpatient children in a pe...

    Objective: To assess the intensity of acute pain and stress behavior in children in preschool, hospitalized in the pediatric intensive care unit, comparing different groups by the type of treatment and stage of development of children. Method: Cross-sectional study. The study sample will consist of 50 preschool children, aged two and six years who are admitted to the Pediatric Intensive...

  • Pain biobehavioral reactivity in preterm neonates and exposure to environmental stress of the NICU, BP.IC

    Pain biobehavioral reactivity in preterm neonat...

    This research project aims to compare the reactivity and biobehavioral recovery to pain of preterm newborns when they are receiving a acute painful procedure, in three groups differentiated by gestational age, and associate the reactivity and biobehavioral recovery to the levels of environmental stress experimented by the newborns in NICU. The study sample will consist of 50 newly born ...

  • Impact of neonatal risk and temperament in behavior of children born preterm in the pre-school age, BP.DR

    Impact of neonatal risk and temperament in beha...

    Children born preterm and very low birth weight are more prone to having behavior problems and poor regulation in temperament compared to children born full term. It is important to advance the understanding of the impact of longitudinal neonatal risks experienced by preterm infants, associated with infant temperament, in their behavior, considering sample of high biological and social ...

Completed scholarships in Brazil (most recent)

Ongoing scholarship abroad (most recent)

Completed scholarship abroad (most recent)

  • Neonatal pain-related stress and developmental outcomes in preterm infants, BE.EP.DR

    Neonatal pain-related stress and developmental ...

    Neonates hospitalized in a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) are exposed to many painful and stressful procedures. Repeated experience of pain in early development can have long-term effects on vulnerable newborns. The aims of the present study are to examine the neonatal pain-related stress to predict child self-rating of pain sensation at school-age, to examine the association of th...

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Humanities Psychology

Scientific publications resulting from Awards and Scholarships under his responsibility (2)

(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)

Publications2
Citations3
Cit./Article1.5
Data from Web of Science

VALERI, BEATRIZ O.; HOLSTI, LIISA; LINHARES, MARIA B. M.. Neonatal Pain and Developmental Outcomes in Children Born Preterm A Systematic Review. CLINICAL JOURNAL OF PAIN, v. 31, n. 4, p. 355-362, . Web of Science Citations: 3.

VALERI, B. O.; GASPARDO, C. M.; MARTINEZ, F. E.; LINHARES, M. B. M.. Pain reactivity in preterm neonates: examining the sex differences. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PAIN, v. 18, n. 10, p. 1431-1439, . Web of Science Citations: 0.

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