Kevin E. Vowles
Kevin E. Vowles
School of Psychology, Queen's University Belfast
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Acceptance of chronic pain: component analysis and a revised assessment method
LM McCracken, KE Vowles, C Eccleston
Pain 107 (1-2), 159-166, 2004
Rates of opioid misuse, abuse, and addiction in chronic pain: a systematic review and data synthesis
KE Vowles, ML McEntee, PS Julnes, T Frohe, JP Ney, DN van der Goes
Pain 156 (4), 569-576, 2015
Acceptance and values-based action in chronic pain: a study of treatment effectiveness and process.
KE Vowles, LM McCracken
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 76 (3), 397, 2008
Acceptance-based treatment for persons with complex, long standing chronic pain: a preliminary analysis of treatment outcome in comparison to a waiting phase
LM McCracken, KE Vowles, C Eccleston
Behaviour research and therapy 43 (10), 1335-1346, 2005
Acceptance and commitment therapy and mindfulness for chronic pain: Model, process, and progress.
LM McCracken, KE Vowles
American Psychologist 69 (2), 178, 2014
The role of mindfulness in a contextual cognitive-behavioral analysis of chronic pain-related suffering and disability
LM McCracken, J Gauntlett-Gilbert, KE Vowles
Pain 131 (1-2), 63-69, 2007
Processes of change in treatment for chronic pain: the contributions of pain, acceptance, and catastrophizing
KE Vowles, LM McCracken, C Eccleston
European journal of pain 11 (7), 779-787, 2007
The Chronic Pain Acceptance Questionnaire: confirmatory factor analysis and identification of patient subgroups
KE Vowles, LM McCracken, C McLeod, C Eccleston
Pain 140 (2), 284-291, 2008
The fear-avoidance model of chronic pain: validation and age analysis using structural equation modeling
AJ Cook, PA Brawer, KE Vowles
Pain 121 (3), 195-206, 2006
A prospective analysis of acceptance of pain and values-based action in patients with chronic pain.
LM McCracken, KE Vowles
Health psychology 27 (2), 215, 2008
Patient functioning and catastrophizing in chronic pain: The mediating effects of acceptance.
KE Vowles, LM McCracken, C Eccleston
Health psychology 27 (2S), S136, 2008
Acceptance and values-based action in chronic pain: a three-year follow-up analysis of treatment effectiveness and process
KE Vowles, LM McCracken, JZ O’Brien
Behaviour research and therapy 49 (11), 748-755, 2011
Targeting acceptance, mindfulness, and values-based action in chronic pain: findings of two preliminary trials of an outpatient group-based intervention
KE Vowles, JL Wetherell, JT Sorrell
Cognitive and Behavioral Practice 16 (1), 49-58, 2009
Effects of pain acceptance and pain control strategies on physical impairment in individuals with chronic low back pain
KE Vowles, DW McNeil, RT Gross, ML McDaniel, A Mouse, M Bates, ...
Behavior therapy 38 (4), 412-425, 2007
Acceptance and commitment therapy for chronic pain: evidence of mediation and clinically significant change following an abbreviated interdisciplinary program of rehabilitation
KE Vowles, K Witkiewitz, G Sowden, J Ashworth
The Journal of Pain 15 (1), 101-113, 2014
Acceptance of chronic pain
LM McCracken, KE Vowles
Current pain and headache reports 10 (2), 90-94, 2006
Effects of emotion on pain reports, tolerance and physiology
LE Carter, DW McNeil, KE Vowles, JT Sorrell, CL Turk, BJ Ries, ...
Pain Research and Management 7, 2002
Comparing the role of psychological flexibility and traditional pain management coping strategies in chronic pain treatment outcomes
KE Vowles, LM McCracken
Behaviour research and therapy 48 (2), 141-146, 2010
The role of experiential avoidance in acute pain tolerance: A laboratory test
MT Feldner, H Hekmat, MJ Zvolensky, KE Vowles, Z Secrist, ...
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 37 (2), 146-158, 2006
Psychological flexibility and traditional pain management strategies in relation to patient functioning with chronic pain: an examination of a revised instrument
LM McCracken, KE Vowles
The journal of pain 8 (9), 700-707, 2007
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