- •Caregiver behavior is a mechanism by which culture affects infant acute pain.
- •Individualism is measured using a systematic continuous scale.
- •Emotional availability mediated caregiver culture and infant pain.
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This research was supported by funds from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR; New Investigator Award and Operating Grant (Principal Investigator: Dr. Pillai Riddell) and the York Research Chairs Program. In addition, Ms. O'Neill received funding from the Ontario Graduate Scholarship program, the Meighen Wright Foundation scholarship program, the CIHR Canada Graduate Scholars program, and the CIHR Pain in Child Health Strategic Training Program.
The authors have no conflicts of interest to declare.