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Last updated: 2 May 2022
Turner KM, Wilcox G, Nordstokke DW, Dick B, Schroeder M, Noel M. Executive functioning in youth with and without chronic pain: a comparative analysis. Clinical Journal of Pain. 2021 Feb 1;37(2):102-117. doi: 10.1097/AJP.0000000000000895.
Voepel-Lewis T, Seng JS, Chen B, Scott EL. A high psychological and somatic symptom profile and family health factors predict new or persistent pain during early adolescence. Clinical Journal of Pain. 2021 Feb 1;37(2):86-93. doi: 10.1097/AJP.0000000000000896.
All journals in this collection have articles on paediatric pain. Wherever possible, the guide links to paediatric-focused search results. Where this is not possible, we encourage you to search on this topic for focused results.
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