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You D.S. & Meagher M.W. (2017). Association between borderline personality features and temporal summation of second pain. Special Issue on Personality and Health. Behavioral Medicine, 43, 208-217.
You, D. S., Haney R., Albu S., & Meagher, M.W. (2018). Generalized central sensitization and endogenous oxytocin in individuals with symptoms of migraine. Headache, 58, 68-77.
Rassu, F.S., Linsenbardt, H.R., Fields, S.A., & Meagher, M.W. (2018). Does Pain Affect Preference? The Effect of Tonic Laboratory Pain on Discounting of Delayed Rewards. Journal of Pain, 19, 962-972.
You D.S. & Meagher M.W. (2018). Childhood adversity and pain facilitation. Special issue on the Neuroscience of Pain. Psychosomatic Medicine, 80(9), 869-879.
You, D.S., Albu, S., Linsenbardt, H.R., & Meagher, M.W. (2018). Cumulative childhood adversity as a risk factor for common chronic pain conditions in young adults. Pain Medicine, 20(3):486-494.
Sergiu A., Meagher, M.W. (2019). Divergent effects of conditioned pain modulation on subjective pain and nociceptive-related brain activity. Experimental Brain Research, 237, 1735–1744.