Current University: UCLA
Discipline: Clinical Psychology
Research Supervisor: Lindsey Cohen
PICH Mentor: Christine Chambers
Member since: March 2011
My interests include examining adult and child interactions surrounding painful procedures as well as individual and social factors that influence the quality of life in children and adolescents with chronic pain. Specifically, my recent work examined social support and stigma in adolescents with sickle cell disease. Further interests include assessing the effectiveness of mind-body and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy-based interventions in pediatric chronic pain populations.
Chorney, J., Tan, E., Martin, S., Fortier, M., & Kain, Z. (2012). Children's behavior in the postanesthesia care unit: The development of the child behavior coding system-PACU (CBCS-P). Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 37(3), 338-347.
Fortier, M., Martin, S., Kain, D., & Tan, E. (2011). Parental attitudes regarding analgesic use for children: Differences in ethnicity and language. Journal of Pediatric Surgery, 46(11), 2140-2145.
Martin, S., Chorney, J., Tan, E., Fortier, M., Blount, R., Wald, S., . . . Kain, Z. (2011). Changing healthcare providers' behavior during pediatric inductions with an empirically based intervention. Anesthesiology, 115(1), 18-27.
Martin, S., Fortier, M., Kain, D., Tan, E., Huszti, H., & Wahi, A. (2011). Desire for perioperative information and parental ethnicity. Paediatric Anaesthesia, 21(10), 1046-1051.