Line Caes
Line Caes
Faculty of Natural Sciences, Division of Psychology, University of Stirling
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Parental catastrophizing about child’s pain and its relationship with activity restriction: the mediating role of parental distress
L Caes, T Vervoort, C Eccleston, M Vandenhende, L Goubert
Pain® 152 (1), 212-222, 2011
Systematic review: Family resilience after pediatric cancer diagnosis
M Van Schoors, L Caes, LL Verhofstadt, L Goubert, MA Alderfer
Journal of Pediatric Psychology 40 (9), 856-868, 2015
Sex differences in experimental pain among healthy children: a systematic review and meta-analysis
KE Boerner, KA Birnie, L Caes, M Schinkel, CT Chambers
PAIN® 155 (5), 983-993, 2014
Systematic review: Associations between family functioning and child adjustment after pediatric cancer diagnosis: A meta-analysis
M Van Schoors, L Caes, NB Knoble, L Goubert, LL Verhofstadt, ...
Journal of pediatric psychology 42 (1), 6-18, 2017
Offspring of parents with chronic pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis of pain, health, psychological, and family outcomes
KS Higgins, KA Birnie, CT Chambers, AC Wilson, L Caes, AJ Clark, ...
Pain 156 (11), 2256, 2015
Social modulation of facial pain display in high-catastrophizing children: an observational study in schoolchildren and their parents
T Vervoort, L Caes, Z Trost, M Sullivan, K Vangronsveld, L Goubert
PAIN® 152 (7), 1591-1599, 2011
Parents who catastrophize about their child’s pain prioritize attempts to control pain
L Caes, T Vervoort, C Eccleston, L Goubert
PAIN® 153 (8), 1695-1701, 2012
Parental distress and catastrophic thoughts about child pain: Implications for parental protective behavior in the context of child leukemia-related medical procedures
L Caes, T Vervoort, P Devos, J Verlooy, Y Benoit, L Goubert
The Clinical journal of pain 30 (9), 787-799, 2014
Impact of parental catastrophizing and contextual threat on parents’ emotional and behavioral responses to their child’s pain
L Caes, T Vervoort, Z Trost, L Goubert
Pain 153 (3), 687-695, 2012
Parental catastrophizing about children’s pain and selective attention to varying levels of facial expression of pain in children: A dot-probe study
T Vervoort, L Caes, G Crombez, E Koster, S Van Damme, M Dewitte, ...
PAIN® 152 (8), 1751-1757, 2011
Negative emotional responses elicited by the anticipation of pain in others: psychophysiological evidence
L Caes, K Uzieblo, G Crombez, L De Ruddere, T Vervoort, L Goubert
The Journal of Pain 13 (5), 467-476, 2012
A comprehensive categorical and bibliometric analysis of published research articles on pediatric pain from 1975 to 2010
L Caes, KE Boerner, CT Chambers, M Campbell-Yeo, J Stinson, ...
Pain 157 (2), 302-313, 2016
A practical guide and perspectives on the use of experimental pain modalities with children and adolescents
KA Birnie, L Caes, AC Wilson, SE Williams, CT Chambers
Pain management 4 (2), 97-111, 2014
Evaluation of an intensive interdisciplinary pain treatment based on acceptance and commitment therapy for adolescents with chronic pain and their parents: A nonrandomized …
MK Kemani, M Kanstrup, A Jordan, L Caes, J Gauntlett-Gilbert
Journal of pediatric psychology 43 (9), 981-994, 2018
Acceptance: what's in a name? A content analysis of acceptance instruments in individuals with chronic pain
E Lauwerier, L Caes, S Van Damme, L Goubert, Y Rosseel, G Crombez
The Journal of Pain 16 (4), 306-317, 2015
Emotion regulatory function of parent attention to child pain and associated implications for parental pain control behaviour
T Vervoort, Z Trost, S Sütterlin, L Caes, A Moors
PAIN® 155 (8), 1453-1463, 2014
The role of pain‐related anxiety in adolescents' disability and social impairment: ALSPAC data
L Caes, E Fisher, J Clinch, JH Tobias, C Eccleston
European journal of pain 19 (6), 842-851, 2015
Couple functioning after pediatric cancer diagnosis: a systematic review
M Van Schoors, L Caes, MA Alderfer, L Goubert, L Verhofstadt
Psycho‐oncology 26 (5), 608-616, 2017
The relationship between parental catastrophizing about child pain and distress in response to medical procedures in the context of childhood cancer treatment: A longitudinal …
L Caes, L Goubert, P Devos, J Verlooy, Y Benoit, T Vervoort
Journal of pediatric psychology 39 (7), 677-686, 2014
Parental attention to their child's pain is modulated by threat-value of pain.
T Vervoort, L Caes, Z Trost, L Notebaert, L Goubert
Health Psychology 31 (5), 623, 2012
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