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Pediatric & Health Psychology Laboratory


Title: Psychosocial, Neurocognitive, and Health Outcomes in Children with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
Source: NIH/NCI
Role: PI
Dates: 
Status: in preparation

Title: Development of a Cancer-specific Measure of Child Uncertainty 
Source: NIH/NCI
Role: Consultant, Ahna Hoff Pai, Ph.D. (PI)
Dates: 
Status: under current review

Title: A Clinic-Based Interdisciplinary Intervention for Parents of Children with Cancer.
Source: NIH/NINR
Role: PI
Dates: 
Status: under current review

Title: Assessing Parenting Capacities and Stress in Neurofibromatosis 1
Source: Heartland Genetics and Newborn Screening Collaborative, HRSA/Maternal Child Health Bureau 
Role: PI
Dates: 9/1/06- 8/30/07
Status: Active

Title: Neuropsychological Predictors of Long-Term Social Functioning in Pediatric Cancer Survivors
Source: College of Medicine Alumni Association, OUHSC
Role: PI
Dates: 7/1/06- 6/30/07
Status: Active

Title: The Relationship of Parental Overprotection, Child Vulnerability, and Parenting Stress to Emotional, Behavioral, and Social Adjustment in Children Newly Diagnosed with Cancer
Source: Presbyterian Health Foundation
Role: PI
Dates: 10/1/05- 9/30/06
Status: Active

Title: Reducing illness uncertainty: An intervention to promote adjustment in families of newly diagnosed children with insulin dependent diabetes mellitus
Source: Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST)
Role: PI
Dates: 09/01/00 - 09/01/03
Status: Completed

Title: Rural Youth and Family Program
Source: Oklahoma State Department of Education (IDEA)
Role: Co-Investigator
Dates: 08/20/00 - 08/20/01
Status: Completed

Title: Adaptation to Pediatric Chronic Illness: Utilization of Disease Specific Methodology
Source: Olsten Healthcare Corporation
Role: PI
Dates: 03/01/98-06/01/04
Status: Completed

Title: The Influence of Respite Care and Short-Term Hospitalization on Parental Stress, Adjustment, and Health Care Utilization: A Prospective Study
Source: Oklahoma Department of Human Services 
Role: PI
Dates: 12/01/97 - 12/01/99
Status: Completed