Whitney Scott
Whitney Scott
Health Psychology Section, King's College London
Adresse e-mail validée de kcl.ac.uk
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Perceived injustice: a risk factor for problematic pain outcomes
MJL Sullivan, W Scott, Z Trost
The Clinical journal of pain 28 (6), 484-488, 2012
1172012
Catastrophizing and perceived injustice: risk factors for the transition to chronicity after whiplash injury
MJL Sullivan, H Adams, MO Martel, W Scott, T Wideman
Spine 36, S244-S249, 2011
1032011
Anger differentially mediates the relationship between perceived injustice and chronic pain outcomes
W Scott, Z Trost, E Bernier, MJL Sullivan
PAIN® 154 (9), 1691-1698, 2013
962013
Clinically meaningful scores on pain catastrophizing before and after multidisciplinary rehabilitation: a prospective study of individuals with subacute pain after whiplash injury
W Scott, TH Wideman, MJL Sullivan
The Clinical journal of pain 30 (3), 183-190, 2014
782014
Perceived injustice is associated with heightened pain behavior and disability in individuals with whiplash injuries
MJL Sullivan, N Davidson, B Garfinkel, N Siriapaipant, W Scott
Psychological Injury and Law 2 (3-4), 238-247, 2009
762009
Further validation of a measure of injury-related injustice perceptions to identify risk for occupational disability: a prospective study of individuals with whiplash injury
W Scott, Z Trost, M Milioto, MJL Sullivan
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 23 (4), 557-565, 2013
712013
Perceived injustice moderates the relationship between pain and depressive symptoms among individuals with persistent musculoskeletal pain
W Scott, M Sullivan
Pain Research and Management 17 (5), 335-340, 2012
602012
Perceived injustice after traumatic injury: Associations with pain, psychological distress, and quality of life outcomes 12 months after injury.
Z Trost, S Agtarap, W Scott, S Driver, A Guck, K Roden-Foreman, ...
Rehabilitation psychology 60 (3), 213, 2015
592015
A comprehensive examination of changes in psychological flexibility following acceptance and commitment therapy for chronic pain
W Scott, KEJ Hann, LM McCracken
Journal of contemporary psychotherapy 46 (3), 139-148, 2016
582016
Psychological flexibility, acceptance and commitment therapy, and chronic pain
W Scott, LM McCracken
Current Opinion in Psychology 2, 91-96, 2015
582015
The role of perceived injustice in the prediction of pain and function after total knee arthroplasty
E Yakobov, W Scott, W Stanish, M Dunbar, G Richardson, M Sullivan
PAIN® 155 (10), 2040-2046, 2014
582014
Perceived injustice and adverse recovery outcomes
MJL Sullivan, E Yakobov, W Scott, R Tait
Psychological Injury and Law 7 (4), 325-334, 2014
452014
Patients' impression of change following treatment for chronic pain: global, specific, a single dimension, or many?
W Scott, LM McCracken
The Journal of Pain 16 (6), 518-526, 2015
432015
Barriers to change in depressive symptoms after multidisciplinary rehabilitation for whiplash: the role of perceived injustice
W Scott, Z Trost, M Milioto, MJL Sullivan
The Clinical journal of pain 31 (2), 145-151, 2015
362015
A confirmatory factor analysis of facets of psychological flexibility in a sample of people seeking treatment for chronic pain
W Scott, LM McCracken, S Norton
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 50 (2), 285-296, 2016
302016
Treatment of chronic pain for adults 65 and over: Analyses of outcomes and changes in psychological flexibility following interdisciplinary acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
W Scott, A Daly, L Yu, LM McCracken
Pain Medicine 18 (2), 252-264, 2017
272017
Validation of the Injustice Experiences Questionnaire adapted for use with patients with severe osteoarthritis of the knee
E Yakobov, W Scott, M Tanzer, W Stanish, M Dunbar, G Richardson, ...
J Arthritis 3 (2), 130, 2014
272014
The unfairness of it all: Exploring the role of injustice appraisals in rehabilitation outcomes.
KR Monden, Z Trost, W Scott, KR Bogart, S Driver
Rehabilitation psychology 61 (1), 44, 2016
232016
Changes in sleep problems and psychological flexibility following interdisciplinary acceptance and commitment therapy for chronic pain: an observational cohort study
A Daly-Eichenhardt, W Scott, M Howard-Jones, T Nicolaou, ...
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1326, 2016
202016
Can a psychologically based treatment help people to live with chronic pain when they are seeking a procedure to reduce it?
LM McCracken, M Davies, W Scott, M Paroli, S Harris, K Sanderson
Pain Medicine 16 (3), 451-459, 2015
202015
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