Publications and Presentations

Selected Publications 

Valrie, C., Floyd, A., Sisler, I., Redding-Lallinger, R., & Fuh, B. (2020). Depression and Anxiety as Moderators of the Pain-Social Functioning Relationship in Youth with Sickle Cell Disease. Journal of pain research, 13, 729–736. https://doi-org.proxy.library.vcu.edu/10.2147/JPR.S238115

 

Valrie, C. R., Alston, K., Fuh, B., Redding-Lallinger, R. & Sisler, I. (2020). Sleep moderating the relationship between pain and health care use in youth with sickle cell disease. Clinical Journal of Pain, 36(2): 117-123. 

 

Valrie, C. R., Kilpatrick, R. L., Alston, K., Trout, K., Redding-Lallinger, R., Sisler, I., & Fuh, B. (2019). Investigating the sleep-pain relationship in youth with sickle cell disease utilizing ecological momentary assessment, Actigraphy, and Overnight Pulse Oximetry. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 44(3):323-332. PMCID: PMC6681631. 

 

Valrie, C. R., Trout, K., Bond, K. E., Ladd, R., Huber, N., Alston, K., Sufrinko, A., Everhart, E., & Fuh, B. (2018). Sleep problem risk in adolescents with sickle cell disease: Socio-demographic, physical, and disease-related correlates. Journal of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, 40(2), 116-121. PMCID: PMC5820179. 

 

Selected Presentations

Paper Presentations

Morgan, K., Campbell, L., Fuh, B., Pascale, A., Shipman, J., Quarless, M., & Valrie, C. (2020). The relationship of fatigue and quality of life in youth with sickle cell disease who experience pain. In I. Boggero (Chair), Biopsychosocial Correlates and Temporal Patterns of Fatigue in Patients with Recurrent or Chronic Pain Conditions. *Symposium accepted but not presented at the to 2020 American Psychosomatic Society Annual Conference in Long Beach, California due to conference cancellation (COVID-19).

 

Valrie, C. R. (2019). Good sleep patterns promote resilience for healthcare use in response to pain in youth with sickle cell disease. In S. Williams (Chair), Sleep and Pain: Using Research to Inform Clinical Practice in Youth with Pain to Promote Resilience. Symposium conducted at the 2019 Society of Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference in New Orleans, LA.  

 

Poster Presentations

Quarless, M., Shipman, J., Pascale, A., Everhart, R., & Valrie, C. (2020). The relationship between adverse childhood experiences and mental health symptoms in college students: Co-parenting quality as a moderator. *Poster accepted but not presented at the to 2020 American Psychosomatic Society Annual Conference in Long Beach, California due to conference cancellation (COVID-19). 

 

Goltermann, D. & Valrie, C. R. (2017). The influence of behavioral factors on fatigue presentation in college students. Poster presented at the Annual ECU Research and Creative Activity Week in Greenville, NC. 

 

Huber, N. L., Stephenson, A., Everhart, D. E., & Valrie, C. R. (2017). Examining the validity of the adolescent sleep wake scale for an emerging adult population. Poster presented at the Annual ECU Research and Creative Activity Week in Greenville, NC. 

 

Valrie, C. R., Trout, K.L., Huber, N.L, & Fuh, B. (2017). Changes in sleep patterns in youth with sickle cell disease: Relations to pain and health care use. Poster presented at the Society of Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference in Portland, OR. 

 

Knox., B., Huber, N.L, Trout, K.L., & Valrie, C.R. (2017). The impact of internalizing symptoms on the relationship between pain and social functioning in youth with sickle cell disease. Poster presented at the Society of Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference in Portland, OR. 

 

 

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