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April 2018 - Volume 159 - Issue 4
pp: 619-807

Computerised training improves cognitive performance in chronic pain: a participant-blinded randomised active-controlled trial with remote supervision

Baker, Katharine S.; Georgiou-Karistianis, Nellie; Lampit, Amit; More

PAIN. 159(4):644-655, April 2018.

Validation of the “Pain Block” concrete ordinal scale for children aged 4 to 7 years

Jung, Jin Hee; Lee, Jin Hee; Kim, Do Kyun; More

PAIN. 159(4):656-662, April 2018.

Psychological flexibility mediates the effect of an online-based acceptance and commitment therapy for chronic pain: an investigation of change processes

Lin, Jiaxi; Klatt, Laura-Isabelle; McCracken, Lance M.; More

PAIN. 159(4):663-672, April 2018.

Developing a core outcome domain set to assessing effectiveness of interdisciplinary multimodal pain therapy: the VAPAIN consensus statement on core outcome domains

Kaiser, Ulrike; Kopkow, Christian; Deckert, Stefanie; More

PAIN. 159(4):673-683, April 2018.

Disease modifying actions of interleukin-6 blockade in a rat model of bone cancer pain

Remeniuk, Bethany; King, Tamara; Sukhtankar, Devki; More

PAIN. 159(4):684-698, April 2018.

Pain or nociception? Subjective experience mediates the effects of acute noxious heat on autonomic responses

Mischkowski, Dominik; Palacios-Barrios, Esther E.; Banker, Lauren; More

PAIN. 159(4):699-711, April 2018.

Pain as a risk factor for common mental disorders. Results from the Netherlands Mental Health Survey and Incidence Study-2: a longitudinal, population-based study

de Heer, Eric W.; ten Have, Margreet; van Marwijk, Harm W.J.; More

PAIN. 159(4):712-718, April 2018.

Longitudinal resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging in a mouse model of metastatic bone cancer reveals distinct functional reorganizations along a developing chronic pain state

Buehlmann, David; Grandjean, Joanes; Xandry, Jael; More

PAIN. 159(4):719-727, April 2018.

Novel approach to characterising individuals with low back-related leg pain: cluster identification with latent class analysis and 12-month follow-up

Stynes, Siobhán; Konstantinou, Kika; Ogollah, Reuben; More

PAIN. 159(4):728-738, April 2018.

Joint nociceptor nerve activity and pain in an animal model of acute gout and its modulation by intra-articular hyaluronan

Marcotti, Aida; Miralles, Ana; Dominguez, Eduardo; More

PAIN. 159(4):739-748, April 2018.

Human pain genetics database: a resource dedicated to human pain genetics research

Meloto, Carolina B.; Benavides, Rodrigo; Lichtenwalter, Ryan N.; More

PAIN. 159(4):749-763, April 2018.

Longitudinal profiles of back pain across adulthood and their relationship with childhood factors: evidence from the 1946 British birth cohort

Muthuri, Stella G.; Kuh, Diana; Cooper, Rachel

PAIN. 159(4):764-774, April 2018.

Estimating minimally important differences for the PROMIS pain interference scales: results from 3 randomized clinical trials

Chen, Chen X.; Kroenke, Kurt; Stump, Timothy E.; More

PAIN. 159(4):775-782, April 2018.

Are group size and composition associated with treatment outcomes in group cognitive behavioural therapy for chronic pain?

Wilson, Dianne; Mackintosh, Shylie; Nicholas, Michael K.; More

PAIN. 159(4):783-792, April 2018.

Comparison of somatosensory cortex excitability between migraine and “strict-criteria” tension-type headache: a magnetoencephalographic study

Chen, Wei-Ta; Hsiao, Fu-Jung; Ko, Yu-Chieh; More

PAIN. 159(4):793-803, April 2018.


Geissert, Peter; Hallvik, Sara; O'Kane, Nicole; More

PAIN. 159(4):805-806, April 2018.


Cozowicz, Crispiana; Olson, Ashley; Poeran, Jashvant; More

PAIN. 159(4):806-807, April 2018.