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Publications

Herbert, L. J., Dahlquist, L., & Bollinger, M. E. (in press). Maternal intolerance of uncertainty, anxiety, and adherence to food challenge referral.  Journal of Health Psychology.

Sil, S., Dahlquist, L. M., Thompson, C., Hahn, A., Herbert, L. J., Wohlheiter, K., & Horn, S. (2014). The effects of coping style on virtual reality enhanced videogame distraction in children undergoing cold pressor pain.  Journal of Behavioral Medicine,37,156-165 .  doi:  10.1007/s10865-012-9479-0. PMID: 23184062

Wohlheiter, K. A. & Dahlquist, L.M. (2013).  Interactive versus passive distraction for acute pain management in young children: The role of selective attention and development.  Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 38, 202-212.  doi: 10.1093/jpepsy/jss108.  PMID: 23092971

Sil, S., Dahlquist, L. M.  & Burns, A. J. (2013). Videogame distraction reduces pain and behavioral distress in a preschool-aged child undergoing repeated burn dressing changes:  A single-subject design.  Journal of Pediatric Psychology38, 330-341. doi: 10.1093/jpepsy/jss128. PMID: 23248343

Weiss, K. E., Dahlquist, L. M., & Wohlheiter, K.  (2011). The effects of interactive and passive distraction on cold pressor pain in preschool-aged children.  Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 36, 816-826. doi:10.1093/jpepsy/jsq125; PubMedID: 21278378; PMCID: PMC314675

Dahlquist, L.M., Herbert, L.J., Weiss, K.E., & Jimeno, M. (2010). Virtual-reality distraction and cold-pressor pain tolerance: Does avatar point of view matter? CyberPsychology and Behavior, 13(5)

Dahlquist, L.M., Weiss, K.E., Law, E.K., Sil, S., Herbert, L.J., Horn, S., Wohlheiter, K. et al. (2010). Effects of videogame distraction and a virtual reality type head-mounted display helmet on cold pressor pain in elementary school-aged children. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 35(6), 617-625.

Dahlquist, L. M., Weiss, K. E., Dillinger, L., Law, E. K., Ackerman, C. S., & McKenna, K. D. (2009). Effects of videogame distraction using a virtual reality type head-mounted display helmet on cold pressor pain in children. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 34(5), 574-784.

Rutter, C.E., Dahlquist, L.M., & Weiss, K.E. (2009). Sustained efficacy of virtual reality distraction. The Journal of Pain, 10(4), 391-397.

Cohen, L. L., Lemanek, K., Blount, R. L., Dahlquist, L. M., Lim, C. S., Palermo, T. M., McKenna, K. D., & Weiss, K. E. (2008). Evidence-based assessment of pediatric pain. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 33(9), 939-955.

Herbert, L.J. & Dahlquist, L.M. (2008). Perceived history of anaphylaxis and parental overprotection, autonomy, anxiety, and depression in food allergic young adults. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 15(4), 261-269.

Amari, A., Dahlquist, L., Kossoff, E.H., Vining, E.P.G., Trescher, W.H., & Slifer, K.J. (2007). Children with seizures exhibit preferences for foods compatible with the ketogenic diet. Epilepsy & Behavior, 11(1), 98-104.

Forys, K. L. & Dahlquist, L.M. (2007). The influence of preferred coping style and cognitive strategy on laboratory-induced pain. Health Psychology, 26(1), 22-29.

Dahlquist, L. M., McKenna, K. D., Jones, K. K., Dillinger, L., Weiss, K. E., & Ackerman, C. S. (2007). Active and passive distraction using a head-mounted display helmet: Effects on cold pressor pain in children. Health Psychology, 26(6), 794-801.

Jones, L.A. (2006). The effect of public versus private treatment setting during invasive medical procedures on the distress of children with cancer. UMBC Review, 7, 152-167.

Dahlquist, L. M., & Pendley, J. S. (2005) When distraction fails: Parental anxiety and children’s responses to distraction during cancer procedures. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 30, 623-628.

Bollinger, M. E., Dahlquist, L. M., Mudd, K., Sonntag, C., Dillinger, L., & McKenna, K. (2005). The impact of food allergy on the daily activities of children and their families. Annals of Asthma, Allergy, & Immunology, 96(3), 415-421.

Vannorsdall, T, Dahlquist, L., Pendley, J.S., & Power, T. (2004). The relation between nonessential touch and children’s distress during lumbar punctures.Children’s Health Care, 33(4), 299-315.

Dahlquist, L. M. & Switkin, M. (2003). Chronic and recurrent pain. In M. C. Roberts (Ed.) Handbook of Pediatric Psychology. New York: Guilford.