PUBLICATIONS - 2016

  1. Adamson Barnes, N. S., Mitchell, V. A., Kazantzis, N. P., & Vaughan, C. W. (2016). Actions of the dual FAAH/MAGL inhibitor JZL195 in a murine neuropathic pain model. British Journal of Pharmacology, 173(1), 77-87. [More Information]
  2. Ashton-James, C.E., Nicholas, M.K. (2016). The appearance of trustworthiness: An implicit source of bias in judgments of patients’ pain. Commentary. Pain, 157(8):1583-5. [More Information]
  3. Aubrey, K. (2016). Presynaptic control of inhibitory neurotransmitter content in VIAAT containing synaptic vesicles. Neurochemistry International, 98, 94-102. [More Information]
  4. Aubrey, K. R., Drew, G. M., Jeong, H. J., Lau, B. K., & Vaughan, C. W. (2016). Endocannabinoids control vesicle release mode at midbrain periaqueductal grey inhibitory synapses. Journal of Physiology (Lond). [More Information]
  5. Beales, D., Fried, K., Nicholas, M., Blyth, F., Finniss, D., Moseley, G. (2016). Management of musculoskeletal pain in a compensable environment: Implementation of helpful and unhelpful Models of Care in supporting recovery and return to work. Best Practice and Research: Clinical Rheumatology, 30(3), 445-467. [More Information]
  6. Bennell, K.L., Ahamed, Y., Jull, G., Bryant, C., Hunt, M.A., Forbes, A.B., Kasza, J., Akram, M., Metcalf, B., Harris, A., Egerton, T., Kenardy, J.A., Nicholas, M.K., Keefe, F.J. (2016). Physical Therapist–Delivered Pain Coping Skills Training and Exercise for Knee Osteoarthritis: Randomized Controlled Trial. Arthritis Care & Research. 68 (5): 590–602. [More Information]
  7. Costa, D.S.J. (2016). Changing pain-related knowledge may or may not reduce pain and improve function through changes in catastrophising. Pain, 157(9), 2141-2142. [More Information]
  8. Cragg, J., Warner, F., Finnerup, N., Jensen, M., Mercier, C., Richards, J., Wrigley, P., Soler, D., Kramer, J. (2016). Meta-Analysis of Placebo Responses in Central Neuropathic Pain: Impact of Subject, Study, and Pain Characteristics. Pain, 157(3), 530-540. [More Information]
  9. Dieng, M., Butow, P., Costa, D., Morton, R., Menzies, S., Mireskandari, S., Tesson, S., Mann, G., Cust, A., Kasparian, N. (2016). Psychoeducational intervention to reduce fear of cancer recurrence in people at high risk of developing another primary melanoma: results of a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 34(36), 4405-4414. [More Information]
  10. Dieng, M., Cust, A., Kasparian, N., Butow, P., Costa, D., Menzies, S., Mann, G., Morton, R. (2016). Protocol for a within-trial economic evaluation of a psychoeducational intervention tailored to people at high risk of developing a second or subsequent melanoma. BMJ Open, 6(10), 1-8. [More Information]
  11. Flitcroft, K., Brennan, M., Costa, D., Spillane, A. (2016). Documenting patterns of breast reconstruction in Australia: The national picture. The Breast, 30, 47-53. [More Information]
  12. Fridman, I., Scherr, K., Glare, P., Higgins, E. (2016). Using a Non-Fit Message Helps to De-Intensify Negative Reactions to Tough Advice. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 42(8), 1025-1044. [More Information]
  13. Godfrey, E., Galea Holmes, M., Wileman, V., McCracken, L. Norton, S., Moss-Morris, R., Pallet, J., Sanders, D., Barcellona, M., Critchley, D. (2016). Physiotherapy informed by Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (PACT): protocol for a randomised controlled trial of PACT versus usual physiotherapy care for adults with chronic low back pain. BMJ Open 6:6 e011548. [More Information]
  14. Goli, Z., Asghari, A., Moradi, A. (2016). Effects of Mood Induction on the Pain Responses in Patients with Migraine and the Role of Pain Catastrophizing. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 23(1):66-76. [More Information]
  15. Gopinath, B., Elbers, N.A., Jagnoor, J., Harris, I.A., Nicholas, M.K., Casey, P., Blyth, F.M., Maher, C.G., Cameron, C.D. (2016). Predictors of time to claim closure following a non-catastrophic injury sustained in a motor vehicle crash: a prospective cohort study. BMC Public Health.16:421. [More Information]
  16. Kazantzis, N. P., Casey, S. L., Seow, P. W., Mitchell, V. A., & Vaughan, C. W. (2016). Opioid and cannabinoid synergy in a mouse neuropathic pain model. British Journal of Pharmacology, 173(16), 2521-2531. [More Information]
  17. Linton, S.J., Boersma, K., Traczyk, M., Shaw, W., Nicholas, M.K. (2016). Early Workplace Communication and Problem Solving to Prevent Back Disability: Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial Among High-Risk Workers and Their Supervisors. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 26(2):150-9. [More Information]
  18. Main, C. J., Nicholas, M. K., Shaw, W. S., Tetrick, L. E., Ehrhart, M. G., Pransky, G., … Young. (2016). Implementation Science and Employer Disability Practices: Embedding Implementation Factors in Research Designs. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 26(4), 448–464. [Read here]
  19. Marcuzzi, A., Dean, C., Wrigley, P., Chakiath, R., Hush, J. (2016). Prognostic value of quantitative sensory testing in low back pain: a systematic review of the literature. Journal of Pain Research, 9, 599-607. [Read here]
  20. Martin, W., Skorpil, N., Ashton-James, C., Tuinzing, D., Forouzanfar, T. (2016). Effect of vasoconstriction on pain after mandibular third molar surgery: A single-blind, randomized controlled trial. Quintessence International, 47(7), 589-596. [More Information]
  21. Moloney, N., Wrigley, P., Hush, J. (2016). Somatosensory assessment in chronic pain: progress and potential. Pain Management, 6(2), 125-128. [More Information]
  22. Nicholas, M.K. (2016). Can patients’ daily behaviour patterns contribute to overuse of opioids? Invited commentary. Pain, 157: 286-7. [More Information]
  23. Nicholas, M. (2016). Preventing disabling chronic pain by engaging psychologists in the acute phase. InPsych: The Bulletin of the Australian Psychological Society Ltd, 38(4), 12. [More Information]
  24. Nicholas, M., Asghari, A., Blyth, F., Wood, B., Murray, R., McCabe, R., Brnabic, A., Beeston, L., Corbett, M., Sherrington, C., Overton, S. (2016). Long-term outcomes from training in self-management of chronic pain in an elderly population: A randomized controlled trial. Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica: an international journal of anaesthesiology and intensive care, pain and emergency medicine, 158(1), 86-95. [More Information]
  25. Nicholas, M.K., Blyth, F.M. (2016). Are self-management strategies effective in chronic pain treatment? Pain Management, 6: 75-88. [More Information]
  26. Oh, B., Figtree, G., Costa, D., Eade, T., Hruby, G., Lim, S., Elfiky, A., Martine, N., Rosenthal, D., Clarke, S., Back, M. (2016). Oxidative stress in prostate cancer patients: A systematic review of case control studies. Prostate International, 4(3), 71-87. [More Information]
  27. Sharpe, L., Williams, A., Martin, P., Nicholas, M., Welgampola, M., McPhee, I., Baillie, A., Dudeney, J., McGuire, B. (2016). Psychological therapies for the prevention of migraine in adults. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 8, Art. No.: CD012295. [More Information]
  28. Shaw, W., Main, C., Pransky, G., Nicholas, M., Anema, J., Linton, S. (2016). Employer Policies and Practices to Manage and Prevent Disability: Foreword to the Special Issue. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 26(4), 394-398. [More Information]
  29. Tesson, S., Sundaresan, P., Ager, B., Butow, P., Kneebone, A., Costa, D., Woo, H., Pearse, M., Juraskova, I., Turner, S. (2016). Knowledge, attitudes and decision-making preferences of men considering participation in the TROG RAVES Prostate Cancer Trial (TROG 08.03). Radiotherapy and Oncology, 119(1), 84-90. [More Information]
  30. Wilson, D., Mackintosh, S., Nicholas, M.K., Moseley, G.L. (2016). Harnessing group composition-related effects in pain management programs: a review and recommendations. Pain Management, 6(2): 161–173. [More Information]
  31. Wood, B.M., Nicholas, M.K., Blyth, F.M., Asghari, A., Gibson, S. (2016). The mediating role of catastrophizing in the relationship between pain intensity and depressed mood in older adults with persistent pain: A longitudinal analysis. Scandinavian Journal of Pain, 11: 157–162. [More Information]