Affiliation: Washington and Lee University
- Ethnic differences in cardiovascular-somatosensory interactions and in the central processing of noxious stimuliBeth Mechlin
Department of Psychology, Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia 24450, USA
Psychophysiology 48:762-73. 2011..These results have implications for understanding biobehavioral factors contributing to ethnic disparities in clinical pain...
- Menstrual cycle phase does not influence gender differences in experimental pain sensitivityRebecca R Klatzkin
Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Medical Research Bldg A, Chapel Hill, NC 27599 7175, USA
Eur J Pain 14:77-82. 2010..These results indicate that although women are more sensitive to a variety of noxious stimuli than men, menstrual cycle phase does not appear to moderate those differences in healthy men and women...
- Race and histories of mood disorders modulate experimental pain tolerance in womenRebecca R Klatzkin
Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599 7175, USA
J Pain 8:861-8. 2007..Persistent disturbance in pain modulatory mechanisms in women with a history of mood disorders may also have implications for the development of subsequent mood disturbances...
- Social Support Attenuates Physiological Stress Responses and Experimental Pain Sensitivity to Cold Pressor PainMatthew H Roberts
Department of Psychology, Rhodes College, 2000 North Parkway, Memphis, TN, 38112, USA
Ann Behav Med 49:557-69. 2015..Social support improves health and has been shown to attenuate stress and pain. The precise characteristics of social support responsible for these effects, however, remain elusive...