Current University: Dalhousie University
Location: Nova Scotia
Discipline: Clinical Psychology
Research Supervisor: Christine Chambers
PICH Mentor: Christine Chambers
Member since: March 2010
My primary interests include the role of parents and other caregivers in assessment and treatment of children's pain, social modeling in pediatric pain, children's facial expressions of pain, and sex differences in pediatric pain. I am currently examining the impact of a parent's behavioural reaction to a painful event on the child's own pain experience, and whether differences are present based on parent and child sex
Birnie, K., Boerner, K., & Chambers, C. (In press). Pain and the Family. In P. McGrath, B. Stevens, S.Walker, & W. Zempsky (Eds.), Oxford Textbook of Paediatric Pain. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Boerner, K., Chambers, C., Craig, K., Pillai Riddell, R., & Parker, J. (2012). Caregiver accuracy in detecting deception in facial expressions of pain in children. Pain.
Birnie, K., Petter, M., Boerner, K., Noel, M., & Chambers, C. (2012). Contemporary use of the cold pressor task in pediatric pain research: A systematic review of methods. The Journal of Pain, 13(9), 817-826.