Linda C. Mayes focuses on Developmental psychology, Anxiety, Anesthesia, El Niño and Parental brain. Linda C. Mayes studies Developmental psychology, namely Mentalization. Her study in Anxiety is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Psychological intervention, Preoperative care, Clinical trial, Randomized controlled trial and Temperament.
In Anesthesia, Linda C. Mayes works on issues like Complication, which are connected to Behavior disorder and Life events. Her El Niño research integrates issues from MEDLINE, Anxiety disorder, Preoperative holding area, Physical therapy and Severity of illness. She has included themes like Postpartum period, Child rearing, Fusiform gyrus and Vulnerability in her Parental brain study.
Linda C. Mayes spends much of her time researching Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Anxiety, Psychiatry and Cognition. Specifically, her work in Developmental psychology is concerned with the study of Mentalization. Her Clinical psychology research incorporates elements of Intervention and Psychological intervention.
Her work carried out in the field of Anxiety brings together such families of science as Anesthesia, El Niño, Surgery, Perioperative and Temperament. Her specific area of interest is Anesthesia, where she studies Midazolam. In most of her Cognition studies, her work intersects topics such as Audiology.
Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Intervention, Cognition and Context are her primary areas of study. Her research investigates the connection with Developmental psychology and areas like Association which intersect with concerns in Curiosity. Her study on Clinical psychology also encompasses disciplines like
Linda C. Mayes combines subjects such as Psychological intervention, Postpartum period and Randomized controlled trial with her study of Intervention. Her research investigates the connection between Cognition and topics such as Audiology that intersect with problems in Repeated measures design and Craniosynostosis. Many of her studies on Context involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Anxiety.
Her primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Addiction, Intervention and Mentalization. Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Psychological intervention, Parity, Association, Curiosity and Feeling. Her research in Clinical psychology intersects with topics in Neglect, Perioperative, Injury prevention, Public health and Early childhood.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Substance use and Punishment in addition to Addiction. Her Mentalization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Intergenerational transmission, Social work, Home visiting program and Infant attachment. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Stroop effect and Anxiety.
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Preoperative Anxiety in Children: Predictors and Outcomes
Zeev N. Kain;Linda C. Mayes;Theresa Z. O'Connor;Domenic V. Cicchetti.
JAMA Pediatrics (1996)
Preoperative Anxiety, Postoperative Pain, and Behavioral Recovery in Young Children Undergoing Surgery
Zeev N. Kain;Linda C. Mayes;Alison A. Caldwell-Andrews;David E. Karas.
Preoperative Anxiety and emergence delirium and postoperative maladaptive behaviors
Zeev N. Kain;Alison A. Caldwell-Andrews;Inna Maranets;Brenda McClain.
Anesthesia & Analgesia (2004)
The Yale Preoperative Anxiety Scale : How does it compare with a gold standard?
Zeev N. Kain;Linda C. Mayes;Domenic V. Cicchetti;Andrea L. Bagnall.
Anesthesia & Analgesia (1997)
The plasticity of human maternal brain: longitudinal changes in brain anatomy during the early postpartum period.
Pilyoung Kim;James F. Leckman;Linda C. Mayes;Ruth Feldman.
Behavioral Neuroscience (2010)
Breastfeeding, brain activation to own infant cry, and maternal sensitivity
Pilyoung Kim;Pilyoung Kim;Ruth Feldman;Ruth Feldman;Linda C. Mayes;Linda C. Mayes;Virginia Eicher.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (2011)
Distress During the Induction of Anesthesia and Postoperative Behavioral Outcomes
Zeev N. Kain;Shu Ming Wang;Linda C. Mayes;Lisa A. Caramico.
Anesthesia & Analgesia (1999)
Family-centered preparation for surgery improves perioperative outcomes in children: a randomized controlled trial.
Zeev N. Kain;Alison A. Caldwell-Andrews;Linda C. Mayes;Megan E. Weinberg.
Subcortical Discrimination of Unperceived Objects during Binocular Rivalry
Brian N Pasley;Linda C Mayes;Robert T Schultz.
Substance abuse and parenting.
Linda C. Mayes.
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