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The articles identified in the last five years indicate that behav ioural work continues to be successfully conducted with a wide range of paediatric problems . For example, a significant amount of behavioural-focused research was found in such areas as feeding disorders (Greer, Dorow, Williams, and McCorkle, 1991; Hoch, Babbitt, Coe, and Krell, 1994; Johnson, and Babbitt, 1993); responses to invasive/stressful/painful medical procedures (Blount, Bachanas, Powers, and Cotter, 1992; Blount, Sturges, and Powers, 1990; Derrickson, Neef, and Cataldo, 1993); children at-risk (Ammerman, 1990; Burke, 1991; Dew, Penkower, and Bromet, 1991); physical/sexual abuse (Cone, 1991; Fantuzzo, 1990; Harbeck, Peterson, and Starr, 1992); and personal safety (Kolko, Watson, and Faust, 1991; Lavelle , Hovell, West, and Wahlgren, 1992; Lehman and Geller, 1990).
M. P. «(1993). Changing protective and risky behaviours to prevent child -to-parent transmis sion of cytomegalovirus. Journal ofApplied Behavior Analys is, 26. 471-472. Finney. W . D. (1992) . Behavioral assessment of children and adolescents. Paediatric Clinics of North America, 39, 369-378 . E. S. (1990) . Behavioral change s after closed head injury in children. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 58( 1),93-98. M . and Levin . S. (1988) . Neurobehavioral effe cts of brain injury in children.
Navalta to families, their children, and multidisciplinary professionals working in hospitals, schools, vocational programs, and other community settings. In addition, the research and training activities of the Center are based on a partnership among children who have been injured, their families or guardians, and various providers. , Lash, Russo, Navalta, and Baryza, 1994). In all, the Center strives to insure that the goals, instruments, measures, and outcomes are relevant and responsive to the changing needs of recovering children and their families .
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