Childhood Behaviors And Cystic Fibrosis

Purpose

Children Between 5-15 Years Old With Cf And A Caregiver Will Be Recruited At Uf And Virginia Commonwealth University. Caregivers Will Complete Two Questionnaires: One About Basic Demographic Information And The Second About Their Child'S Behavior And Overall Functioning. Information About The Child'S Health, Weight, And Cf-Related Medical History Will Be Obtained From Their Medical Chart Over A Two Year Period.

Keywords

Cystic fibrosis, childhood behavior, caregiver, medical history

Principal Investigator

David A Fedele, Ph.D.

Department

HP-CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY-GEN

Contact Information

dfedele@ufl.edu

352-273-5124


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