Lisa M May
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Mindfulness-meditation-based pain relief is not mediated by endogenous opioids
F Zeidan, AL Adler-Neal, RE Wells, E Stagnaro, LM May, JC Eisenach, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (11), 3391-3397, 2016
662016
Parenting an early adolescent: A pilot study examining neural and relationship quality changes of a mindfulness intervention
LM May, MA Reinka, JM Tipsord, JC Felver, ET Berkman
Mindfulness 7 (5), 1203-1213, 2016
122016
Evidence for a fixed capacity limit in attending multiple locations
EF Ester, K Fukuda, LM May, EK Vogel, E Awh
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 14 (1), 62-77, 2014
92014
Enhancement of meditation analgesia by opioid antagonist in experienced meditators
LM May, P Kosek, F Zeidan, ET Berkman
Psychosomatic medicine 80 (9), 807, 2018
32018
Self-other agreement in the assessment of mindfulness using the five-facet mindfulness questionnaire
LM May, KM Reinhardt
Mindfulness 9 (1), 105-116, 2018
32018
LabScrum: A Case Study For Agility in Academic Research Labs
L May, T Runyon
PsyArXiv, 2019
12019
The Role of Opioids in Pain Relief as a Function of Meditative Experience.
LM May, ET Berkman
PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE 78 (3), A10-A10, 2016
12016
Opioid Antagonist Enhances Meditation Analgesia in Experienced Meditators
L May, P Kosek, F Zeidan, E Berkman
MindRxiv, 2017
2017
Neural and Behavioral Mechanisms of Mindfulness and Meditation
LM May
University of Oregon, 2017
2017
IDENTIFYING NOVEL ENDOGENOUS MECHANISMS SUPPORTING THE COGNITIVE MODULATION OF PAIN
TD Wager, L Colloca, F Zeidan, LM May, TD Wager
PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE 78 (3), A10-A10, 2016
2016
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