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A cross-cultural perspective of medical clowning: comparison of its effectiveness in reducing pain and anxiety among hospitalized Bedouin and Jewish Israeli children
Zehavit Gilboa-Negari, Sarah Abu-Kaf, Ephrat Huss, Gavriel Hain, Asher Moser
Fear of clowns in hospitalized children: prospective experience
Noam Meiri, Zeev Schnapp,Amichi Ankri, Itay Nahmias, Amnon Raviv, Omer Sagi, Mohamad Hamad Saied, Muriel Konopnicki, Giora Pillar
Clown-care reduces pain in children with cerebral palsy undergoing recurrent botulinum toxin injections- A quasi-randomized controlled crossover study
Hilla Ben-Pazi , Avraham Cohen, Naama Kroyzer, Renana Lotem- Ophir, Yaakov Shvili, Gidon Winter, Lisa Deutsch, Yehuda Pollak
Medical clowns ease anxiety and pain perceived by
children undergoing allergy prick skin tests
A. Goldberg, T. Stauber, O. Peleg, P. Hanuka, L. Eshayek R. Confino-Cohen
Drama therapy role theory as a context for understanding medical clowning
Zohar Grinberg, Susana Pendzik, Ronen Kowalsky and Yaron “Sancho” Goshen
The Effect of Medical Clowning on Pain During Intravenous Access in the Pediatric Emergency Department: A Randomized Prospective Pilot Study
Ido Wolyniez, Ayelet Rimon, Dennis Scolnik, Alejandro Gruber, Oren Tavor, Eli Haviv and Miguel Glatstien
The Use of Humor in SeriousMental Illness: A Review
Marc Gelkopf
The Use of Medical Clowns as a Psychological Distress Buffer During Anogenital Examination of Sexually Abused Children
Dafna Tener , Nessia Lang-Franco , Shoshi Ofir Rachel Lev Wiesel
Physiological and Emotional Responses of Disabled Children to
Therapeutic Clowns: A Pilot Study
Shauna Kingsnorth, Stefanie Blain and Patricia McKeever
Therapeutic clowning and drama therapy: A family resemblance
Susana Pendzik and Amnon Raviv
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