Vani Mathur

2007-2012 Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
 2012-2014 Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, United States 
 2013-2015 University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, United States 
 2015- Psychology Texas A & M University, College Station, TX, United States 
social and cultural neuroscience, pain, health disparities
"Vani Mathur"
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AuBuchon KE, Stock ML, Mathur VA, et al. (2024) Bystander Acknowledgment Mitigates the Psychological and Physiological Pain of Racial Discrimination for Black Young Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial. The Journal of Pain. 104560
Boring BL, Walsh KT, Ng BW, et al. (2023) Experiencing Pain Invalidation is Associated with Under-Reporting of Pain: A Social Psychological Perspective on Acute Pain Communication. The Journal of Pain
Mathur VA, Payano Sosa JS, Keaser ML, et al. (2023) The social context of Burning Mouth Syndrome: An exploratory pilot study of stigma, discrimination, and pain. Pain Medicine (Malden, Mass.)
Boring BL, Richter A, Mathur VA. (2023) Higher self-perceived stress reactivity is associated with increased chronic pain risk. Pain Reports. 8: e1068
Nanavaty N, Thompson CG, Meagher MW, et al. (2023) Traumatic Life Experience and Pain Sensitization: Meta-analysis of Laboratory Findings. The Clinical Journal of Pain. 39: 15-28
Walsh KT, Boring BL, Nanavaty N, et al. (2022) Lifetime ostracism experiences and mechanisms of pain. Frontiers in Pain Research (Lausanne, Switzerland). 3: 1037472
Hood AM, Morais CA, Aroke EN, et al. (2022) Antiracism CoaliTION in Pain Research (ACTION-PR): Guiding Principles for Equity in Reporting. The Journal of Pain
Walsh KT, Boring BL, Nanavaty N, et al. (2022) Sociocultural context and pre-clinical pain facilitation: Multiple dimensions of racialized discrimination experienced by Latinx Americans are associated with enhanced temporal summation of pain. The Journal of Pain
Boring BL, Ng BW, Nanavaty N, et al. (2022) Over-rating pain is overrated: A fundamental self-other bias in pain reporting behavior. The Journal of Pain
Letzen JE, Mathur VA, Janevic MR, et al. (2022) Confronting Racism in All Forms of Pain Research: Reframing Study Designs. The Journal of Pain
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