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- Act raising safe kids program: adaptation on the prevention program of parental educational practices in Brazilian sample, BP.MS
Act raising safe kids program: adaptation on th...
The present study aim to perform the adaptation and to evaluate the effectiveness of ACT Raising Sake Kids Program, in a Brazilian sample from Ribeirão Preto (SP) city, differentiated by socioeconomic level. The sample will comprise 40 mothers and 40 family-caregivers of children at 4-8 years of age; half of those enrolled in public schools and the other half in private schools. Data co... more
- 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 ... more
- Evaluating the eficacy of a preventive intervention in parenting education practices, BP.DR
Evaluating the eficacy of a preventive interven...
The present study aim to evaluate the eficacy of the ACT Parents Raising Safe Kids Program for prevention of type universal childhood maltreatment in the family context. The sample will be composed of 48 families (a mother and a member of the family) with child at 4- to 8-year-old, enrolled in the Family Health Program (FMRP-USP) which will be randomly divided into two groups (A and B).... more
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- 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... more
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