Annmarie Caņo
Annmarie Caņo
Department of Psychology, Wayne State University
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Facing others in pain: the effects of empathy
L Goubert, KD Craig, T Vervoort, S Morley, MJL Sullivan, W de CAC, ...
Pain 118 (3), 285-288, 2005
Pain and emotion: a biopsychosocial review of recent research
MA Lumley, JL Cohen, GS Borszcz, A Cano, AM Radcliffe, LS Porter, ...
Journal of clinical psychology 67 (9), 942-968, 2011
A biopsychosocial formulation of pain communication.
T Hadjistavropoulos, KD Craig, S Duck, A Cano, L Goubert, PL Jackson, ...
Psychological bulletin 137 (6), 910, 2011
Efficacy of a dating violence prevention program on attitudes justifying aggression
S Avery-Leaf, M Cascardi, KD O'leary, A Cano
Journal of adolescent health 21 (1), 11-17, 1997
Infidelity and separations precipitate major depressive episodes and symptoms of nonspecific depression and anxiety.
A Cano, KD O'Leary
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 68 (5), 774, 2000
Comorbid chronic pain and depression: who is at risk?
LR Miller, A Cano
The Journal of Pain 10 (6), 619-627, 2009
Chronic pain in a couples context: a review and integration of theoretical models and empirical evidence
MT Leonard, A Cano, AB Johansen
The Journal of Pain 7 (6), 377-390, 2006
Pain catastrophizing and social support in married individuals with chronic pain: the moderating role of pain duration
A Cano
Pain 110 (3), 656-664, 2004
Social interaction in pain: Reinforcing pain behaviors or building intimacy?
A Cano, ACC Williams
Pain 149 (1), 9, 2010
Marital functioning, chronic pain, and psychological distress
A Cano, M Gillis, W Heinz, M Geisser, H Foran
Pain 107 (1-2), 99-106, 2004
Coping, pain severity, interference, and disability: the potential mediating and moderating roles of race and education
A Cano, A Mayo, M Ventimiglia
The Journal of Pain 7 (7), 459-468, 2006
Marital satisfaction and pain severity mediate the association between negative spouse responses to pain and depressive symptoms in a chronic pain patient sample
A Cano, JN Weisberg, RM Gallagher
Pain Medicine 1 (1), 35-43, 2000
Dating violence in two high school samples: Discriminating variables
A Cano, S Avery-Leaf, M Cascardi, KD O'leary
Journal of Primary Prevention 18 (4), 431-446, 1998
Empathic and nonempathic interaction in chronic pain couples
A Cano, JA Barterian, JB Heller
The Clinical journal of pain 24 (8), 678, 2008
Life stressors and husband-to-wife violence
A Cano, D Vivian
Aggression and Violent behavior 6 (5), 459-480, 2001
Pain affects spouses too: Personal experience with pain and catastrophizing as correlates of spouse distress
MT Leonard, A Cano
Pain 126 (1-3), 139-146, 2006
The significant other version of the Pain Catastrophizing Scale (PCS-S): Preliminary validation
A Cano, MT Leonard, A Franz
Pain 119 (1-3), 26-37, 2005
Are life stressors associated with marital violence?
A Cano, D Vivian
Journal of Family Psychology 17 (3), 302, 2003
Multilevel analysis of couple congruence on pain, interference, and disability
A Cano, AB Johansen, A Franz
Pain 118 (3), 369-379, 2005
Catastrophizing about their children’s pain is related to higher parent–child congruency in pain ratings: an experimental investigation
L Goubert, T Vervoort, A Cano, G Crombez
European Journal of Pain 13 (2), 196-201, 2009
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