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Carl L. von Baeyer, PhD

Brief Bio & Publications

Updated 2024-07-18

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Retired since 2018 in Winnipeg, Canada

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Academic positions

Professor Emeritus of Psychology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.
Formerly also: Associate Member in Pediatrics, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan.

2012 to 2018: Professor of Clinical Health Psychology and Professor of Pediatrics and Child Health, Max Rady College of Medicine, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada (nil salary)

Education

BA 1971 (University of British Columbia). MA 1974, PhD 1978 (University of Waterloo, Ontario).

Clinical Psychology Predoctoral Internship 1974-1975 (Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina).

Awards

American Pain Society 2017 Jeffrey Lawson Award for Advocacy in Children's Pain Relief (PDF)

Canadian Pain Society 2010 Outstanding Pain Mentorship Award 

Fellow, Canadian Psychological Association

Jillings Award (‘for longstanding and/or outstanding service to the profession of psychology in Saskatchewan’), Saskatchewan Psychological Association, 1988

Research & Professional Roles

Theses and dissertations supervised:  11 PhD dissertations, 11 Masters theses, and 22 BA(Hon) theses, 1978-2011

President (2015-2017), Special Interest Group on Pain in Childhood, International Association for the Study of Pain. (Website manager 2004-2019)  www.childpain.org

Co-chair (2013-2017, with Maureen MacKay, BN), Pediatric Pain Interdisciplinary Interest Group, Children’s Hospital, Health Sciences Centre, Winnipeg

Co-Principal Investigator (2002-2018) and co-founder, Pain in Child Health, a Strategic Training Initiative in Health Research of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. See articles in 2014, 2016, and 2019 describing PICH. The program is now based at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in Toronto.

Chair (2015-2018), ChildKind International Resource Library,  library.childkindinternational.org 

Member of International Association for the Study of Pain (1980 to 2020); Canadian Pain Society (until 2017); American Pain Society (until 2017); Society of Pediatric Psychology (until 2017)

Registered Doctoral Psychologist, Saskatchewan College of Psychologists, Certificate #153 (1979) - Retired from practice 2011

Registrar, Saskatchewan Psychological Association, 1980s

University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon:
- Director of Clinical Psychology Training (PhD program), 1997-2004
- Chair, Behavioural Sciences Research Ethics Board, 1992-1996

Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon:
- Founder and Director of Internship (Residency) Training in Clinical Psychology, 1982-1989
- Founder of Pediatric Complex Pain Clinic Pilot Project at Royal University Hospital, 2009
- Member, Pediatric Pain Interprofessional Practice Council, 1997-2011; co-chair 2004-2008

Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick, NSW, Australia. Pain Research Unit – sabbatical visits 1996-97, 2000-01, 2004, 2008 – contributions with Belinda Goodenough, David Champion, Tiina (Piira) Jaaniste, and others

Editorial responsibilities

Editor, Pediatric Pain Letter, 2005-2013

Associate Editor (~2002-2018): PAIN® 

Member of Editorial Board (2017-2018):  Canadian Journal of Pain

 
Bibliographic

Citations from Google Scholar
ORCID:
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-6308-1966
SCOPUS Author ID:
6701799027
Semantic Scholar 117001575

Not listed here

Courses taught, research and program grants, theses and dissertations supervised, conference presentations, academic administration, clinical service, consultancies, regulatory and societal organization roles, sabbaticals, community volunteer work, family information

Personal

Now retired in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Married since 1974, two daughters born 1981 and 1986



Publications  (129)


  1. [B] von Baeyer CL, Connelly MA. Self-report: the primary source in assessment after infancy. Chap 37 in Stevens B et al (Eds), Oxford Textbook of Pediatric Pain, 2nd Edition, July 2021. Publisher’s link. ISBN: 9780198818762.
    [Previous version in 1st Edition, 2013, sole author von Baeyer CL, see #30 below.]
  2. [R] [U5] Jaaniste T, Burgess A, Mohanachandran M, von Baeyer CL, Champion GD. The ability of 3- to 5-year-old children to use simplified self-report measures of pain intensity. Journal of Child Health Care 2021;25(3):442-456. https://doi.org/10.1177/1367493520951302  PubMed Abstract
  3. [R] Tsze DS, Hirschfeld G, von Baeyer CL, Suarez L, Dayan PS.  Changes in pain score associated with clinically meaningful outcomes in children with acute pain.  Academic Emergency Medicine. 2019;26(9):1002-1013. doi: 10.1111/acem.13683. PubMed abstract
  4. [C] Voepel-Lewis T, von Baeyer CL. Pain Assessment in the Most Vulnerable Children. Fact Sheet for 2019 Global Year Against Pain in the Most Vulnerable, International Association for the Study of Pain. Open access.
  5. [C] von Baeyer CL, Stevens BJ, Craig KD, Finley GA, Johnston CC, Grunau RVE, Chambers CT, Pillai Riddell RR, Stinson JN, McGrath PJ. Pain in Child Health from 2002 to 2015: The Early Years of an International Research Training Initiative. Canadian Journal of Pain, 2019;3(1):1-7. Open Access: DOI: 10.1080/24740527.2018.1562844
  6. [R] Birnie KA, Nguyen C, Amaral TD, Baker L, Campbell F, Lloyd S, Ouellette C, von Baeyer CL, Lalloo C, Gerstle JT, Stinson J. A parent-science partnership to improve postsurgical pain management in young children: Co-development and usability testing of the ‘Achy Penguin’ smartphone-based app. Canadian Journal of Pain, 2018. Open access. https://doi.org/10.1080/24740527.2018.1534543   
  7. [R] [U5] Noel M, Chambers CT, Parker JA, Aubrey K, Tutelman PR, Morrongiello B, Moore C, McGrath PJ, Yanchar NL, von Baeyer CL. Boo-boos as the building blocks of pain expression: Development of a measure of parental responses to everyday pain in young children (the PREP). Canadian Journal of Pain, 2018:2(1):74-86. Open access.
  8. [R] Young MA, Carter B, von Baeyer CL. Optimizing numeric pain rating scale administration for children: the effects of verbal anchor phrases. Canadian Journal of Pain, 2017;1(1):191-198. Open access.
  9. [C] Limbert Rempel K, von Baeyer CL. Children’s pain matters – to them and to us! Health Sciences Centre, University of Manitoba: HSC Focus, 2017 (Feb 17): 8-9.
  10. [C] [U5] von Baeyer CL, Jaaniste T. Can preschool-age children reliably report the intensity of their pain? Invited blog post, Body in Mind blog, 6 Oct 2017. Open access via International Asssociation for the Study of Pain (“Editor’s Pick”).
  11. [R] Tsze DS, von Baeyer CL, Pahalyants V, Dayan PS. Validity and reliability of the Verbal Numerical Rating Scale in children aged 4 to 17 years with acute pain. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 2018;71(6):691-702.e3. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.annemergmed.2017.09.009 
  12. [R] [U5] von Baeyer CL, Jaaniste T, Vo HLT, Brunsdon G, Lao AH-C, Champion GD. Systematic review of self-report measures of pain intensity in 3- and 4-year-old children:  Bridging a period of rapid cognitive development. Journal of Pain, 2017;18(9):1017-1026.  DOI 10.1016/j.jpain.2017.03.005.  PubMed abstract
  13. [E] Walker LS, von Baeyer CL (Guest Editors). Chronic and recurrent pain. Special Issue of Children (MDPI, Basel) containing 22 research reports and review articles. 30 June 2017. Edited book. Free PDF download: https://www.mdpi.com/books/reprint/328-chronic-and-recurrent-pain 
  14. [R] [U5] Emmott A, West N, Zhou G, Dunsmuir D, Montgomery CJ, Lauder GR, von Baeyer CL. Validity of simplified versus standard self-report measures of pain intensity in preschool-aged children undergoing venipuncture. Journal of Pain, 2017;18(5);564–573. (Cover illustration on May 2017 issue of Journal of Pain.)  PubMed abstract.
  15. [B] Gerhold K, Clinch J, von Baeyer CL. Joint pain in children. Chapter 17 in Arendt-Nielsen L, Perrot S, editors. Pain in the Joints. Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer Health, 2017, pp. 245-262. Google Books listing.
  16. [C] von Baeyer CL, Pasero C.  What nurses' work-arounds tell us about pain assessment. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 2017;67:A1-A2. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S002074891630181X
  17. [B] van Rysewyk S, von Baeyer CL. Should investigators introspect on their own pain experiences as study co-participants? Chapter 9 in van Rysewyk S (Ed.), Meanings of Pain. Springer International Publishing, 2017.  ISBN 978-3-319-49021-2. Publisher’s web page
  18. [C] Caes L, Chambers CT, von Baeyer CL, Stevens BS. Impact of an interdisciplinary and international research training initiative: the Pain in Child Health program. Pediatric Pain Letter, 2016;18(3):31-34. Full text, open access (PDF)
  19. [R] Jaaniste T, Noel M, von Baeyer CL. Young children's ability to report on past, future and hypothetical pain states: a cognitive-developmental perspective. Pain, 2016;157(11):2399-2409. PubMed abstract 
  20. [R] Castarlenas E, Jensen MP, von Baeyer CL, Miró J. Psychometric properties of the Numerical Rating Scale to assess self-reported pain intensity in children and adolescents: a systematic review. Clinical Journal of Pain,  2017;33(4):376-383. Open access. PubMed abstract.
  21. [R] Tsze DS, Hirschfeld G, Dayan PS, Bulloch B, von Baeyer CL. Defining No Pain, Mild, Moderate, and Severe Pain Based on the Faces Pain Scale-Revised and Color Analog Scale in Children With Acute Pain. Pediatric Emergency Care. 2016 May 25. [Epub ahead of print]  PubMed abstract.
  22. [R] [U5] Chan JY, von Baeyer CL. Cognitive developmental influences on the ability of preschool-age children to self-report their pain intensity. Pain, 2016;157(5);997-1001. (Featured as Editor’s Choice). PubMed link.  
  23. [R] Marche TA, Briere J, von Baeyer CL. Children’s forgetting of pain-related memories. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 2016;41(2):220-31.  PubMed abstract.  (Award for one of the most highly cited articles of 2016 in JPP.)
  24. [C] Clinch J, Stinson JN, Schanberg LE, Gaultney A, von Baeyer CL. Joint Pain in Childhood: Fact Sheet #20 for 2016 Global Year Against Pain in the Joints, International Association for the Study of Pain. January 2016. Full text (PDF open access).
  25. [R] Sun T, West N, Ansermino JM, Montgomery CJ, Myers D, Dunsmuir D, Lauder GR, von Baeyer CL. A smartphone version of the Faces Pain Scale-Revised and the Color Analog Scale for postoperative pain assessment in children. Pediatric Anesthesia, 2015;25(12):1264-1273.  PubMed abstract 
  26. [R] Tsze DS, Hirschfeld G, von Baeyer CL, Bulloch B, Dayan PS. Clinically significant differences in acute pain measured on self-report pain scales in children. Academic Emergency Medicine, 2015;22(4):415-422. PubMed abstract
  27. [R] Twycross A, Voepel-Lewis T, Vincent C, Franck LS, von Baeyer CL. A debate on the proposition that self-report is the gold standard in assessment of pediatric pain intensity. Clinical Journal of Pain, 2015;31(8):707-712.  PubMed abstract        
  28. [R] von Baeyer CL, Stevens BJ, Chambers CT, Craig KD, Finley GA, Grunau RE, Johnston CC, Pillai Riddell R, Stinson JN, Dol J, Campbell-Yeo M, McGrath PJ. Training highly qualified health research personnel: The Pain in Child Health consortium. Pain Research & Management,  2014; 19(5): 267-274. Open access - PDF.
  29. [C] von Baeyer CL. Sensitization and catastrophizing: Introspection confirmed experimentally. Pain Research Forum, 25 Feb 2014. Open access
  30. [B] von Baeyer CL. Self-report: the primary source in assessment after infancy. Chapter 36 in McGrath PJ, Stevens B, Walker S, Zempsky W (Eds.) Oxford Textbook of Paediatric Pain, 2014, pp. 370-378. Publisher's web page
  31. [C] Versloot J, von Baeyer CL, Craig KD. Children give different self-reports of pain intensity to different people: the influence of social display rules. Pediatric Pain Letter, 2013;15(2):19-22. Open access
  32. [R] Tsze DS, von Baeyer CL, Bulloch B, Dayan PS. Validation of self-report pain scales in children. Pediatrics, 2013 Oct;132(4):e971-e979.  Link to abstract
  33. [R] [U5] von Baeyer CL, Chambers CT, Forsyth SJ, Eisen S, Parker JA. Developmental data supporting simplification of self-report measures of pain for preschool-age children. Journal of Pain, 2013;14(10):1116-1121.  Link to abstract
  34. [C] Schiavenato M, von Baeyer CL, Craig KD. Self-report is a primary source of information about pain, but it is not infallible: A comment on “Response to Voepel- Lewis’s Letter to the Editor, ‘Bridging the gap between pain assessment and treatment: Time for a new theoretical approach?’” Western Journal of Nursing Research, 2013;35(3):384-387. DOI: 10.1177/0193945912453949
  35. [C] von Baeyer CL. Reported lack of agreement between self-report pain scores in children may be due to a too strict criterion for agreement. Pain, 2012;153(10):2152-3. DOI:10.1016/j.pain.2012.06.029
  36. [C] Johnston CC, von Baeyer CL. A measure of pediatric pain intensity across ages and clinical conditions. Pain, 2012;153(8):1545-1546. DOI:10.1016/j.pain.2012.03.021
  37. [C] von Baeyer CL. What's the score in pain assessment? Medical Journal of Australia, 2012;196(6):379.  Link to abstract
  38. [R] Schiavenato M, von Baeyer CL. A quantitative examination of extreme facial pain expression in neonates: The primal face of pain across time. Pain Research and Treatment, 2012;2012:251625 Full text - open access
  39. [R] Berde CB, Walco GA, Krane EJ, Anand KJ, Aranda JV, Craig KD, Dampier CD, Finkel JC, Grabois M, Johnston C, Lantos J, Lebel A, Maxwell LG, McGrath P, Oberlander TF, Schanberg LE, Stevens B, Taddio A, von Baeyer CL, Yaster M, Zempsky WT. Pediatric analgesic clinical trial designs, measures, and extrapolation: Report of an FDA scientific workshop. Pediatrics, 2012;129(2):354-64. Link to abstract
  40. [R] Wood C, von Baeyer CL, Falinower S, Moyse D, Annequin D, Legout V. Electronic and paper versions of a faces pain intensity scale: concordance and preference in hospitalized children. BMC Pediatrics, 2011 Oct 12;11:87. Open access (PDF)
  41. [C] von Baeyer CL. Interpreting the high prevalence of pediatric chronic pain revealed in community surveys. Pain, 2011;152:2683-4. DOI:10.1016/j.pain.2011.08.023
  42. [R] Sieberg CB, Huguet A, von Baeyer CL, Seshia SS. Psychological interventions for headache in children and adolescents. Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences,2012;39(1):26-34.  Link to abstract
  43. [C] Connelly M, von Baeyer CL, Stinson J, Schanberg LE. Pain as a quality of care measure in juvenile idiopathic arthritis - one step forward, but is it the best foot? Arthritis Care and Research, 2011;63(9):1352-1353. DOI:10.1002/acr.20515
  44. [R] Baxter AL, Cohen LL, Lawson L, McElvery H, von Baeyer CL. An integration of vibration and cold relieves venipuncture pain in a pediatric emergency department. Pediatric Emergency Care, 2011;27(12):1151-1156.  Link to abstract
  45. [R] [U5] von Baeyer CL, Uman LS, Chambers CT, Gouthro A. Can we screen young children for their ability to provide accurate self-reports of pain? Pain, 2011;152(6):1327-1333.  Link to abstract
  46. [C] von Baeyer CL, Champion GD. Multiple pains as functional pain syndromes. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 2011;36(4):433-437. DOI:10.1093/jpepsy/jsq123
  47. [R] von Baeyer CL, Torvi D, Hemingson H, Beriault D. Water circulation and turbulence in the cold pressor task: unexplored sources of variance among experimental pain laboratories. Pediatric Pain Letter, 2011;13(1):13-16. Open access
  48. [R] von Baeyer CL, Chambers CT, Eakins DM. Development of a 10-item short form of the Parents' Postoperative Pain Measure: The PPPM-SF. Journal of Pain, 2011;12(3):401-406.  Link to abstract
  49. [R] Birnie KA, Noel M, Chambers CT, von Baeyer CL, Fernandez CV. The cold pressor task: Is it an ethically acceptable pain research method in children? Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 2011;36(10):1071-81.  Link to abstract
  50. [R] von Baeyer CL, Lin V, Seidman LC, Tsao JC, Zeltzer LK. Pain charts (body maps or manikins) in assessment of the location of pediatric pain. Pain Management, 2011;1(1):61-68.  Link to abstract
  51. [R] Tomlinson D, von Baeyer CL, Stinson JN, Sung L. A systematic review of faces scales for the self-report of pain intensity in children. Pediatrics, 2010;126(5):e1168-1198.  Link to abstract
  52. [B] Kuttner L, von Baeyer CL. Assessing and measuring pain. Chap 4 in Kuttner L. A child in pain: What health professionals can do to help. Crown House Publishing, 2010, pp. 113-139. Publisher's web page
  53. [R] von Baeyer CL, Tupper SM. Procedural pain management for children receiving physiotherapy. Physiotherapy Canada, 2010;62:327-337.  Link to abstract
  54. [R] de Tovar C, von Baeyer CL, Wood C, Alibeu JP, Houfani M, Arvieux C. Post-operative self-report of pain in children: Interscale agreement, response to analgesic, and preference for a faces scale and a visual analog scale. Pain Research & Management, 2010;15(3):163-168.  Link to abstract
  55. [C] von Baeyer CL. Obituary: Gordon M Wyant (1914-2009). Pain Research & Management, 2010;15(1):9-10.
  56. [R] Watt-Watson J, McGillion M, Hunter J, Choiniere M, Clark AJ, Dewar A, Johnston C, Lynch M, Morley-Forster P, Moulin D, Thie N, von Baeyer CL, Webber K. A survey of prelicensure pain curricula in health science faculties in Canadian universities. Pain Research & Management, 2009;14(6):439-444.  Link to abstract
  57. [C] von Baeyer CL. Numerical Rating Scale for self-report of pain intensity in children and adolescents: Recent progress and further questions [editorial]. European Journal of Pain, 2009;13(10):1005-1007. Full text
  58. [R] Rocha EM, Marche TA, von Baeyer CL. Anxiety influences children's memory for procedural pain. Pain Research & Management, 2009;14(3):233-237.  Link to abstract
  59. [R] von Baeyer CL, Spagrud LJ, McCormick JC, Choo E, Neville K, Connelly MA. Three new datasets supporting use of the Numerical Rating Scale (NRS-11) for children's self-reports of pain intensity. Pain. 2009;143(3):223-7. Link to abstract
  60. [R] von Baeyer CL. Children's self-report of pain intensity: What we know, where we are headed. Pain Research & Management, 2009;14(1):39-45.  Link to abstract
  61. [R] [U5] von Baeyer CL, Forsyth SJ, Stanford EA, Watson M, Chambers CT. Response biases in preschool children’s ratings of pain in hypothetical situations. European Journal of Pain, 2009;13:209-213.  Link to abstract
  62. [R] McGrath PJ, Walco GA, Turk DC, Dworkin RH, Brown MT, Davidson K, Eccleston C, Finley GA, Goldschneider K, Haverkos L, Hertz SH, Ljungman G, Palermo T, Rappaport BA, Rhodes T, Schechter N, Scott J, Sethna N, Svensson OK, Stinson J, von Baeyer CL,Walker L, Weisman S, White RE, Zajicek A, Zeltzer L. Core outcome domains and measures for pediatric acute and chronic/recurrent pain clinical trials: PedIMMPACT recommendations. Journal of Pain, 2008;9(9): 771-783.  Link to abstract
  63. [R] Spagrud LJ, von Baeyer CL, Ali K, Mpofu C, Penkman Fennell L, Friesen K, Mitchell J. (2008). Pain, distress, and adult-child interaction during venipuncture in pediatric oncology: An examination of three types of venous access. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 2008;36(2):173-184.  Link to abstract
  64. [B] von Baeyer CL. Measurement and assessment of pediatric pain in primary care. Invited chapter in Walco GA, Goldschneider KR (Eds), Pediatric Pain Management in Primary Care: A Practical Guide. Totowa, New Jersey: Humana Press, 2008, pp. 21-28. Link to publisher's web page
  65. [B] Palermo TM, von Baeyer CL. How to talk to parents about recurrent and chronic pain. Invited chapter in Walco GA, Goldschneider KR (Eds), Pediatric Pain Management in Primary Care: A Practical Guide. Totowa, New Jersey: Humana Press, 2008, pp. 125-132. Link to publisher's web page
  66. [R] Seshia SS, Phillips DF, von Baeyer CL. Childhood chronic daily headache: A biopsychosocial perspective. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 2008;50(7), 541-545.  Link to abstract
  67. [R] *Jaaniste T, Hayes B, von Baeyer CL. Effects of preparatory information and distraction on children’s cold-pressor pain outcomes: A randomized controlled trial. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 2007;45:2789-2799.  Link to abstract
  68. [R] *Jaaniste T, Hayes B, von Baeyer CL.  Providing children with information about forthcoming medical procedures: A review and synthesis. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 2007;14(2): 124-143.  Link to abstract
  69. [R] [U5] Besenski LJ, Forsyth SJ, von Baeyer CL. Screening young children for their ability to use self-report pain scales. Pediatric Pain Letter. 2007:9(4), 1-6. Online (PDF).
  70.  [R] von Baeyer, C.L. (2007). Understanding and managing children's recurrent pain in primary care: A biopsychosocial perspective. Paediatrics and Child Health 12(2), 121-125.  Link to abstract Free full text online through PubMed Central
  71. [R] von Baeyer, C.L., & Spagrud, L.J. (2007). Systematic review of observational (behavioral) measures of pain for children and adolescents aged 3 to 18 years. Pain, 127(1-2), 140-150.  Link to abstract
  72. [R] von Baeyer, C.L. (2006). Children's self-reports of pain intensity: Scale selection, limitations, and interpretation. Pain Research and Management, 11(3), 157-162. Link to abstract
  73. [R] Piira, T., Hayes, B., Goodenough, B., & von Baeyer, C.L. (2006). Effects of attentional direction, age, and coping style on cold-pressor pain in children. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 44, 835-848.  Link to abstract
  74. [R] Hicks, C.L., von Baeyer, C.L., & McGrath, P.J. (2006). Online psychological treatment of pediatric recurrent pain: A randomized evaluation. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 31(7), 724-736.  Link to abstract
  75. [C] von Baeyer, C.L., & Whitehead W.E. (2006). Effects of parent attention versus distraction on abdominal discomfort in children: a new method and new findings. Commentary. Pain 122(1-2), 8-10.
  76. Finley GA, Franck LS, Grunau RE, von Baeyer CL. Why children's pain matters. International Association for the Study of Pain. Pain: Clinical Updates,  2005;XIII(4), 1-6. Online (PDF).
  77. Nemeth, R.L., von Baeyer, C.L., & Rocha, E.M. (2005). Young gymnasts' understanding of sport-related pain: A contribution to injury prevention. Child: Care, Health and Development, 31(5), 615-625.  Link to abstract
  78. Goodenough, B., Piira, T., von Baeyer, C.L., Chua, K., Wu, E., Trieu, J. & Champion, G.D. (2005). Comparing six self-report measures of pain intensity in children. The Suffering Child, 8 (June). Online (PDF).
  79. von Baeyer, C.L., Piira, T., Chambers, C.T., Trapanotto, M., & Zeltzer, L.K. (2005). Guidelines for the cold pressor task as an experimental pain stimulus for use with children. Journal of Pain, 6(4), 218-227.  Link to abstract
  80. von Baeyer C.L., Chambers C.T., Piira T. Evidence must form the basis for selection of self-report pain measures for use with children. The Suffering Child, 2005, 8 (June).
  81. Hadden, K.H., & von Baeyer, C.L. (2005). Global and specific behavioral measures of pain in children with cerebral palsy. Clinical Journal of Pain, 21(2), 140-146.  Link to abstract 
  82. Wood, C., von Baeyer, C.L., Bourrillon, A., Dejos-Conant, V., Clyti, N., Abitbol, V. (2004). Self-assessment of immediate post-vaccination pain after 2 different MMR vaccines administered as a second dose in 4- to 6-year-old children. Vaccine, 23(2), 127-131.  Link to abstract 
  83. von Baeyer, C.L., Marche, T.A., Rocha, E.M., Salmon, K., Teisseyre, L., Wood-Pillette, C. (2004). Mémoire et douleur chez l'enfant. Douleurs, 5(3), 133-142.  Link to abstract (en français)
  84. von Baeyer, C.L., Marche, T., Rocha, E. & Salmon, K. (2004). Children's memory for pain: Overview and implications for practice. Journal of Pain, 5(5), 241-249.  Link to abstract
  85. Spagrud, L.J., Piira, T., & von Baeyer, C.L. (2003). Children's self-report of pain intensity: The Faces Pain Scale - Revised. American Journal of Nursing, 103(12), 62-64.
  86. von Baeyer, C.L., & Spagrud, L.J. (2003). Social development and pain in children. Chap. 4 in P.J. McGrath & G.A. Finley (Eds.), The Context of Pediatric Pain: Biology, Family, Culture. Progress in Pain Research and Management, Vol. 26, pp. 81-97. Seattle, Washington: IASP Press. Link to publisher's web page
  87. von Baeyer, C.L. (2002). Children's facial expressions of pain in the context of complex social interactions. (Invited commentary.) Behavioral and Brain Sciences,25(4), 473-474.
  88. Hadden, K.H., & von Baeyer, C.L. (2002). Pain in children with cerebral palsy: Common triggers and expressive behaviors. Pain, 99, 281-288.  Link to abstract
  89. Goodenough, B., von Baeyer, C.L. , & Champion, G.D. (2002). Facial expression and the self-report of pain in children. Chapter 10 in M. Katsikitis (Ed). The Human Face: Measurement and Meaning. Kluwer Academic Press, pp. 189-214. Link to publisher's web page
  90. Piira, T., Taplin, J.E., Goodenough, B., & von Baeyer, C.L. (2002). Cognitive-behavioural predictors of children's tolerance of laboratory-induced pain: Implications for clinical assessment and future directions. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 40(5), 571-584.  Link to abstract
  91. Piira, T., & von Baeyer, C.L. (2001). Commentary: Parents' role in helping children to cope with painful procedures. Pediatric Pain Letter, 5 (2), 13-17. Reprinted in APS Newsletter, Australian Pain Society, Feb 2002, 4-6. Online (PDF).
  92.  Spafford, P., von Baeyer, C.L. , & Hicks, C.L. (2002). Expected and reported pain in children undergoing ear piercing: A randomized trial of preparation by parents. Behaviour Research and Therapy , 40(3) , 253-266. Link to abstract
  93.  Hicks CL, von Baeyer CL, Spafford P, van Korlaar I, Goodenough B.  The Faces Pain Scale ­ Revised: Toward a common metric in pediatric pain measurement. Pain, 2001;93:173-183.   Link to abstract
  94. Hadjistavropoulos, T., von Baeyer, C.L., & Craig, K.D. (2001). Pain assessment in persons with limited ability to communicate. Chapter 8 in D.C. Turk & R. Melzack (Eds.), Handbook of Pain Assessment (2nd ed). New York: Guilford, pp. 134-149. Link to publisher's web page.
  95. von Baeyer, C.L., & Hicks, C.L. (2000). Support for a common metric for pediatric pain intensity scales. Pain Research and Management, 5, 157-160.  Link to abstract
  96. Hadden, K.H., von Baeyer, C.L., & Craig, K.D. (2000). Commentary: Pain in children with significant neurological impairment. Pediatric Pain Letter, 4(1), 3-6. Online .
  97. Goodenough, B., Thomas, W., Champion, G.D., Perrott, D., Taplin, J.E., von Baeyer, C.L., & Ziegler, J.B. (1999). Unravelling age effects and sex differences in needle pain: Ratings of sensory intensity and unpleasantness of venipuncture pain by children and their parents. Pain, 80, 179-190.  Link to abstract
  98. von Baeyer, C.L., & Walker, L.S. (1999). Children with recurrent abdominal pain: Issues in the selection and description of research participants. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 20 , 307-313.  Link to abstract
  99. von Baeyer, C.L., Baskerville, S. & McGrath, P.J. (1998). Everyday pain in three- to five-year-old children in day care. Pain Research and Management, 3, 111-116. Link to abstract
  100. Champion, G.D., Goodenough, B., von Baeyer, C.L., & Thomas, W. (1998). Measurement of pain by self-report. Chap. 8 in Finley, G.A., & McGrath, P.J. (Eds.), Measurement of Pain in Infants and Children. Progress in Pain Research and Management, Vol. 10. Seattle, WA: IASP Press, pp. 123-160. WorldCat listing.
  101.  Barry, J., & von Baeyer, C.L. (1997). Brief cognitive-behavioral group treatment for children's headache. Clinical Journal of Pain, 13, 215-220.  Link to abstract
  102.  von Baeyer, C.L., Carlson, G., & Webb, L. (1997). Underprediction of pain in children undergoing ear piercing. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 35(5), 399-404.  Link to abstract
  103. von Baeyer, C.L. (1997). Commentary: Presence of parents during painful procedures. Pediatric Pain Letter, 1(5), 56-59. Online.
  104. von Baeyer, C.L. (1996). Commentary: Psychological factors in recurrent abdominal pain in children. Pediatric Pain Letter, 1(1), 7-10. Online.
  105. Hildebrand, D., Saklofske, D.H., von Baeyer, C.L., & Yackulic, R.A. (1995). Ethical decision-making in professional consultative practice: A school psychology perspective. McGill Journal of Education, 30, 239-255.
  106. von Baeyer, C.L. (1995). Recurrent abdominal pain in children. Canadian Health Psychologist, 3(1), 13-16.
  107. von Baeyer, C.L. (1994). Social and pain behaviour in the first three minutes of a pain clinic medical interview. The Pain Clinic, 7(3), 169-177.
  108.  Shih, A., & von Baeyer, C.L. (1994). Preschool children's seriation of pain faces and happy faces in the Affective Facial Scale. Psychological Reports, 74, 659-665.  Link to abstract
  109. von Baeyer, C.L. (1994). Reactive effects of measurement of pain. Clinical Journal of Pain, 10, 18-21.
  110.  von Baeyer, C.L., Kruchak, S., & Wyant, G.M. (1994). Chronic pain patients four years after brief treatment. The Pain Clinic, 7, 45-52.
  111. von Baeyer, C.L. Book review of Pain in Children: Nature, Assessment, and Treatment, by Patricia A. McGrath (New York: Guilford, 1990). Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 1993;25(3):414-416.
  112. Korol, C. & von Baeyer, C.L. (1992). Effects of brief instruction in birth imagery and visualization in prenatal education. Journal of Mental Imagery, 16, 167-172.
  113.  Hadjistavropoulos, H. , Ross, M. & von Baeyer, C.L. (1990). Are physicians' ratings of pain affected by patients' physical attractiveness? Social Science and Medicine, 31 (1), 69-72.
  114. Mikail, S. & von Baeyer, C.L. (1990). Pain, somatic focus, and emotional adjustment in children of chronic headache sufferers and controls. Social Science and Medicine, 31, (1), 51-59.
  115. Crowe, K. & von Baeyer, C.L. (1989). Predictors of a positive childbirth experience. Birth, 16 (2), 59-63. Reprinted in N.J. Kenney, M.D. Brot, K.E. Moe, & K. Dahl (Eds.), The Complexities of Women: Integrative Essays in Psychology and Biology. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, pp. 244-251.
  116. von Baeyer, C. (1988). Part-time work and shared parenting: An option for health professionals. Canadian Family Physician, 34, 1759-1762. Full text online (PDF).
  117. von Baeyer, C.L. & Wyant, G.M. (1988). Tension in opposing muscle groups and psychopathology: The "spring response" in chronic pain patients and normal subjects. The Pain Clinic, 2(1), 7- 14.
  118.  Mikail, S.F., VanDeursen, J., & von Baeyer, C.L. (1986). Rating pain or rating serenity: Effect on cold-pressor pain tolerance. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 18, 126-132.
  119. von Baeyer, C.L. & Genest, M. (1985). Roles of psychologists in Canadian pain centres.Canadian Psychology, 26, 140-137.
  120.  von Baeyer, C.L., Johnson, M.E., & McMillan, M.J. (1984). Consequences of nonverbal expression of pain: Patient distress and observer concern. Social Science and Medicine,19, 1319-1324.
  121. von Baeyer, C.L. , Bergstrom, K., Brodwin, M., & Brodwin, S. (1983). Invalid use of pain drawings in psychological screening of low back pain patients. Pain, 16(1), 103-107.
  122. von Baeyer, C.L. , & Krause, L. (1983). Effectiveness of stress management training for nurses working in a burn treatment unit. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, 13(2), 113-126. On file.
  123. von Baeyer, C.L. (1982). Repression-sensitization, stress, and perception of pain in others. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 55, 315-320.
  124. Peterson, C., Semmel, A., von Baeyer, C.L., Abramson, L., Metalsky, G., & Seligman, M. (1982). The Attributional Style Questionnaire. Cognitive Therapy and Research,6(3), 287-300.
  125. von Baeyer, C.L. , Sherk, D.L., & Zanna, M.P. (1981). Impression management in the job interview: When the female applicant meets the male (chauvinist) interviewer. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 7(1), 45-51.
  126.  Seligman, M., Abramson, L., Semmel, A., & von Baeyer, C.L. (1979). Depressive attributional style. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 88, 242-247.
  127. Lefcourt, H.M., von Baeyer, C.L., Ware, E.E., & Cox, D.J. (1979). The Multidimensional-Multiattributional Causality Scale: The development of a goal-specific locus of control scale. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 11, 286-304.
  128. Gentry, W.D., Newman, M.C., Goldner, J.L., & von Baeyer, C.L. (1977). Relation between graduated spinal block technique and MMPI for diagnosis and prognosis of chronic low-back pain. Spine, 2(3), 210-213.
  129. von Baeyer, C.L. (1975). Effectiveness of volunteer adult companions in helping school children with adjustment problems. Canada's Mental Health, 23(1), 6-7. 


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