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research overview Dustin Wallace, PhD, is the Director of Behavioral Health for the Rehabilitation for Amplified Pain Syndromes (RAPS) program, an intensive interdisciplinary pain treatment program for youth. His research primarily focuses on behavioral and nonpharmacological treatments for chronic pain in young people, biopsychosocial factors that maintain pain and/or contribute to pain-associated impairment, as well as parenting and family functioning for youth affected by medical conditions.

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Concept Pain Measurement
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Academic Article The "cough trick:" a brief strategy to manage pediatric pain from immunization injections.
Academic Article Functional disability in adolescents with orthostatic intolerance and chronic pain.
Academic Article Evaluation of the effects of the VibraJect attachment on pain in children receiving local anesthesia.
Academic Article Adolescent acceptance of pain: confirmatory factor analysis and further validation of the chronic pain acceptance questionnaire, adolescent version.
Academic Article Covert video monitoring in the assessment of medically unexplained symptoms in children.
Academic Article Acceptance of pain: associations with depression, catastrophizing, and functional disability among children and adolescents in an interdisciplinary chronic pain rehabilitation program.
Academic Article Amplified pain syndromes in children: treatment and new insights into disease pathogenesis.
Academic Article The role of parent psychological flexibility in relation to adolescent chronic pain: further instrument development.
Academic Article A brief primary care intervention to reduce fear of movement in chronic low back pain patients.
Academic Article Parent Attitudes Toward Pain Management for Childhood Immunizations.
Academic Article Using quality improvement methods to increase use of pain prevention strategies for childhood vaccination.
Academic Article The Relationship Between Pain Characteristics, Peer Difficulties, and Emotional Functioning Among Adolescents Seeking Treatment for Chronic Pain: A Test of Mediational Models.
Academic Article Parent Responses to Child Pain During Intensive Interdisciplinary Pain Treatment and 1-Year Follow-Up.
Academic Article Neuropsychological Functioning of Youth Receiving Intensive Interdisciplinary Pain Treatment.
Academic Article Parent psychological flexibility in the context of pediatric pain: Brief assessment and associations with parent behaviour and child functioning.
Academic Article Parental Perceptions of Pediatric Pain and POTS-Related Disability.
Academic Article Pros and cons of social interaction during intensive pediatric pain treatment
Academic Article Promoting psychological flexibility in parents of adolescents with chronic pain: Pilot study of an 8-week group intervention
Academic Article Comparing Three Music Therapy Interventions for Anxiety and Relaxation in Youth With Amplified Pain.
Academic Article Broadening the scope of paediatric intensive interdisciplinary pain treatment to promote future resilience and psychological flexibility.

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