Current University: York University
Discipline: Clinical Developmental Psychology
Research Supervisor: Rebecca Pillai Riddell
PICH Mentor: Rebecca Pillai Riddell
Member since: June 2013
Hannah is currently doing her Master of Arts under the supervision of Dr. Rebecca Pillai Riddell in the OUCH Lab at York University. Her current research focus is on infant pain regulation and caregiver sensitivity during immunization, and their connection to early childhood mental health. Hannah's Master’s thesis aims to develop and establish the psychometric properties of a mental health screening tool to be incorporated into primary care immunization appointments.
Representative Publications: Atkinson, N., Gennis, H., Racine, N., Pillai Riddell, R., Garfield, H., & Greenberg, S. (in press). Maternal sensitivity, maternal soothing behaviours, and infant pain during infant immunization, Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
Pillai Riddell, R. R., Racine, N. M., Gennis, H. G., Turcotte, K., Uman, L. S., Horton, R. E., Ahola Kohut, S., Hillgrove Stuart, J., Stevens, B., Lisi, D. M., & Taddio, A. (in press) Non-pharmacological management of infant and young child procedural pain. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.
Pillai Riddell, R., Gennis, H., Taddio A., & Racine, N. (in press). Are Parents Really that Important to Managing Vaccination Pain during Infancy? Pain Management.
Gennis, H. G., Chambers, C. T., Parker, J. A., Williams, A., & Moore, C. A Comparison of Children’s Empathy for Pain and Sadness in Three- to Five-Year-Old Children. Manuscript in Preparation.