Depression, Positive Expectancies and Pain Reduction
Perceptions of injustice predict the onset of post-traumatic stress symptoms (PTSS) following occupational injury.
Treatment of Co-morbid Pain and Depression
Increasing our Understanding of the Role of Fatigue in Persistent Pain.
Reducing Alarmist Thinking can Help Recovery from PTSD.
Do Perceptions of Injustice Cause Depression?
Reducing Fatigue Improves Return to Work Outcomes
Does ‘injustice’ lie in the ‘eye’ of the perceiver?
Pain Catastrophizing and Mental Health Problems
Catastrophic thinking reduces quality of life in individuals with osteoarthritis
Targeting disability and depression to reduce perceptions of injustice
A treatment approach to promote return to work in individuals with PTSD
Returning to work following injury actually promotes recovery from whiplash injury
Expectancies, perceived injustice and return to work following whiplash injury
A measure of catastrophic thinking suitable for individuals with mental health problems
A brief measure of perceived injustice
Perceived injustice impacts negatively on the working alliance
Reducing psychosocial risk factors helps maintain gains made in pain rehabilitation
The multidimensional nature of pain experience