Melissa Day

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University of Alabama, Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, United States 
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Day MA, Young G, Jensen MP. (2020) Differentiating state versus trait pain catastrophizing. Rehabilitation Psychology
Turner AP, Jensen MP, Day MA, et al. (2020) Behavioral activation and behavioral inhibition: An examination of function in chronic pain. Rehabilitation Psychology
Day MA, Ward LC, Grover MP, et al. (2020) The roles of race, sex, and cognitions in response to experimental pain. European Journal of Pain (London, England)
Williams RM, Ehde DM, Day M, et al. (2020) The chronic pain skills study: Protocol for a randomized controlled trial comparing hypnosis, mindfulness meditation and pain education in veterans. Contemporary Clinical Trials. 105935
Ehde DM, Alschuler KN, Day MA, et al. (2019) Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy for chronic pain in multiple sclerosis: a randomized controlled trial protocol. Trials. 20: 774
Day MA, Thorn BE, Ehde DM, et al. (2019) Moderators of mindfulness meditation, cognitive therapy, and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for chronic low back pain: A test of the Limit, Activate and Enhance model. The Journal of Pain : Official Journal of the American Pain Society
Day MA, Matthews N, Newman A, et al. (2019) An evaluation of the behavioral inhibition and behavioral activation system (BIS-BAS) model of pain. Rehabilitation Psychology
Day MA, Ward LC, Ehde DM, et al. (2019) A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Mindfulness Meditation, Cognitive Therapy, and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Chronic Low Back Pain. Pain Medicine (Malden, Mass.)
Harding K, Day MA, Ehde DM, et al. (2018) Mental and Physical Health Correlates of Pain Treatment Utilization Among Veterans With Chronic Pain: A Cross-sectional Study. Military Medicine
Jensen MP, Battalio SL, Chan JF, et al. (2018) USE OF NEUROFEEDBACK AND MINDFULNESS TO ENHANCE RESPONSE TO HYPNOSIS TREATMENT IN INDIVIDUALS WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS: Results From a Pilot Randomized Clinical Trial. The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. 66: 231-264
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