2023 - Research.com Psychology in Canada Leader Award
Kenneth D. Craig combines Meteorology and Atmospheric sciences in his studies. He integrates Atmospheric sciences with Meteorology in his study. His Aerosol study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as HYSPLIT. His research on HYSPLIT often connects related areas such as Aerosol. He combines topics linked to Electroencephalography with his work on Psychiatry. Electroencephalography is frequently linked to Psychiatry in his study. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Statistics and Econometrics in his work. He brings together Econometrics and Statistics to produce work in his papers. In his works, Kenneth D. Craig undertakes multidisciplinary study on Surgery and Pathology.
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Pain expression in neonates: facial action and cry☆
Ruth V.E. Grunau;Kenneth D. Craig.
Coding of facial expressions of pain in the laboratory mouse
Dale J Langford;Andrea L Bailey;Mona Lisa Chanda;Sarah E Clarke.
Nature Methods (2010)
New perspectives on the definition of pain.
K. J. S. Anand;Kenneth D. Craig.
Facing others in pain: the effects of empathy.
Liesbet Goubert;K. D. Craig;Tine Vervoort;S. Morley.
Updating the definition of pain.
Amanda C de C Williams;Kenneth D Craig.
An interdisciplinary expert consensus statement on assessment of pain in older persons
Thomas Hadjistavropoulos;Keela Herr;Dennis C. Turk;Perry G. Fine.
The Clinical Journal of Pain (2007)
Pain in the preterm neonate: behavioural and physiological indices.
Kenneth D. Craig;Michael F. Whitfield;Ruth V.E. Grunau;Julie Linton.
A biopsychosocial formulation of pain communication
Thomas Hadjistavropoulos;Kenneth D. Craig;Steve Duck;Annmarie Cano.
Psychological Bulletin (2011)
A theoretical framework for understanding self-report and observational measures of pain: a communications model
T Hadjistavropoulos;K.D Craig.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (2002)
The social communication model of pain.
Kenneth D. Craig.
Canadian Psychology (2009)
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