Fae Kronman

Fae Kronman
Penn State College of Medicine

MS

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19
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19 Research Items
209 Citations
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Additional affiliations
September 2016 - present
Stanford University
Position
  • Project Manager
May 2016 - August 2017
Boston Children's Hospital
Position
  • Project Manager
July 2015 - May 2016
Boston University
Position
  • Fellow
Education
September 2014 - May 2016
Boston University
Field of study
  • Medical Sciences
September 2009 - May 2013
Boston University
Field of study
  • Biomedical Engineering

Publications

Publications (19)
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Some individuals with chronic pain experience improvement in their pain with treatment, whereas others do not. The neurobiological reason is unclear, but an understanding of brain structure and functional patterns may provide insights into pain's responsivity to treatment. In this investigation, we used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques t...
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Objectives The Internet in general, and YouTube in particular, is now one of the most popular sources of health-related information. Pain neuroscience education has become a primary tool for managing persistent pain, based in part on the discovery that information about pain can change pain. Our objective was to examine the availability, characteri...
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Empathy is an essential component of our social lives, allowing us to understand and share other people's affective and sensory states, including pain. Evidence suggests a core neural network—including anterior insula (AI) and mid-cingulate cortex (MCC)—is involved in empathy for pain. However, a similar network is associated to empathy for non-pai...
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Despite clinical observation of perfectionistic tendencies among youth with chronic pain and their parents as well as established relationships between perfectionism and functional somatic symptoms in adults and youth, no research in the pediatric pain literature has examined perfectionism. This study explored the role of various types of youth and...
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Objectives: Parents have a vital influence over their child's chronic pain treatment and management. Graded exposure in-vivo treatment (GET) is emerging as a promising intervention for youth with chronic pain. Yet, little is known about how parents perceive GET and its impact on their child's pain condition. This study aimed to characterize caregi...
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Some individuals with chronic pain experience improvement in their pain with treatment, whereas others do not. The neurobiological reason is unclear, but an understanding of brain structure and functional patterns may provide insights into pain’s responsivity to treatment. In this investigation, we used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques t...
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Objective Some children with chronic pain struggle with fear of pain, avoidance behaviors, and associated disability; however, movement adaptations in the context of chronic pain in childhood is virtually unknown. Variability in adaptive movement responses previously observed between individuals might be largely explained by the presence of problem...
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Approximately 1.7 million youth suffer from debilitating chronic pain in the US alone, conferring risk for continued pain in adulthood. Abberations in threat-safety (T-S) discrimination are proposed to contribute to pain chronicity in adults and youth by interacting with pain-related distress. Yet, few studies have examined the neural circuitry und...
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Pain-related fear is typically associated with avoidance behavior and pain-related disability in youth with chronic pain. Youth with elevated pain-related fear have attenuated treatment responses, thus targeted treatment is highly warranted. Evidence supporting graded in-vivo exposure treatment (GET) for adults with chronic pain is considerable, bu...
Data
Raw data for systematic review of pain neuroscience education videos on YouTube
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Full-text available
Objectives: The Internet in general, and YouTube in particular, is now one of the most popular sources of health-related information. Pain neuroscience education has become a primary tool for managing persistent pain, based in part on the discovery that information about pain can change pain. Our objective was to examine the availability, character...
Poster
Recent advances in psychological science are revealing the powerful role of one’s mindset in moderating, buffering, and in some cases eliminating the negative impact of stress on human health. In particular, stress mindset – the overarching belief that stress is either debilitating or enhancing for human health and performance – has been shown to s...

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