Jacob M. Vigil, Ph.D.

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2007 University of Missouri - Columbia, Columbia, MO, United States 
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Developmental Psychology, Clinical Psychology
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David C. Geary grad student 2007 University of Missouri - Columbia
 (Sex differences in the stress responses of children affected by Hurricane Katrina.)
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Vigil JM, Kruger E. (2016) Multi-level selection, social signaling, and the evolution of human suffering gestures: The example of pain behaviors. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 39: e56
Stith SS, Vigil JM. (2016) Federal barriers to Cannabis research Science. 352: 1182
Vigil JM, Coulombe P, Alcock J, et al. (2016) Patient Ethnicity Affects Triage Assessments and Patient Prioritization in U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Emergency Departments. Medicine. 95: e3191
Vigil JM, Strenth CR, Mueller AA, et al. (2015) The Curse of Curves : Sex Differences in the Associations Between Body Shape and Pain Expression. Human Nature (Hawthorne, N.Y.). 26: 235-54
Vigil JM, Alcock J, Coulombe P, et al. (2015) Ethnic Disparities in Emergency Severity Index Scores among U.S. Veteran's Affairs Emergency Department Patients. Plos One. 10: e0126792
Vigil JM, DiDomenico J, Strenth C, et al. (2015) Experimenter Effects on Pain Reporting in Women Vary across the Menstrual Cycle. International Journal of Endocrinology. 2015: 520719
Vigil JM, Alcock J, Coulombe P, et al. (2015) Emergency severity index scores differ by health provider’s gender and patient’s age Open Anesthesiology Journal. 9: 17-22
Vigil JM, Pendleton P, Coulombe P, et al. (2014) Pain patients and who they live with: a correlational study of coresidence patterns and pain interference. Pain Research & Management : the Journal of the Canadian Pain Society = Journal De La SociéTé Canadienne Pour Le Traitement De La Douleur. 19: e109-14
Vigil JM, Strenth C. (2014) Facial expression judgments support a socio-relational model, rather than a negativity bias model of political psychology. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 37: 331-2
Vigil JM, Torres D, Wolff A, et al. (2014) Exposure to virtual social stimuli modulates subjective pain reports. Pain Research & Management : the Journal of the Canadian Pain Society = Journal De La SociéTé Canadienne Pour Le Traitement De La Douleur. 19: e103-8
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