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Articles by John W. Burns

Are endogenous opioid mechanisms involved in the effects of aerobic exercise training on chronic low back pain? A randomized controlled trial

Bruehl, Stephen; Burns, John W.; Koltyn, Kelli; More

PAIN. 161(12):2887-2897, December 2020.

The transition from acute to persistent pain: the identification of distinct trajectories among women presenting to an emergency department

Burns, John W.; Janssen, Imke; Lillis, Teresa; More

PAIN. 161(11):2511-2519, November 2020.

The association between endogenous opioid function and morphine responsiveness: a moderating role for endocannabinoids

Bruehl, Stephen; Burns, John W.; Morgan, Amanda; More

PAIN. 160(3):676-687, March 2019.

Variability in negative emotions among individuals with chronic low back pain: relationships with pain and function

Gerhart, James I.; Burns, John W.; Bruehl, Stephen; More

PAIN. 159(2):342-350, February 2018.

Spouse criticism and hostility during marital interaction: effects on pain intensity and behaviors among individuals with chronic low back pain

Burns, John W.; Post, Kristina M.; Smith, David A.; More

PAIN. 159(1):25-32, January 2018.

Chronic pain-related changes in cardiovascular regulation and impact on comorbid hypertension in a general population: the Tromsø study

Bruehl, Stephen; Olsen, Roy Bjørkholt; Tronstad, Christian; More

PAIN. 159(1):119-127, January 2018.

Psychosocial factors predict opioid analgesia through endogenous opioid function

Burns, John W.; Bruehl, Stephen; France, Christopher R.; More

PAIN. 158(3):391-399, March 2017.