Nociceptive flexion reflex, Anxiety, Arousal, Audiology and Perception are his primary areas of study. The Nociceptive flexion reflex study combines topics in areas such as Electromyography, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Threshold of pain and Reflex. His Anxiety study incorporates themes from Developmental psychology, Self-efficacy and Depression.
His Developmental psychology research incorporates themes from Animal studies and Fear-potentiated startle. Within one scientific family, Jamie L. Rhudy focuses on topics pertaining to Heart rate under Audiology, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Reactivity and Hyperalgesia. His Perception study also includes
Jamie L. Rhudy mainly focuses on Nociceptive flexion reflex, Audiology, Clinical psychology, Anesthesia and Chronic pain. His Nociceptive flexion reflex research includes elements of Arousal, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Pain catastrophizing, Summation and Threshold of pain. His Audiology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Stimulus, Developmental psychology, Stimulation, Reflex and Heart rate.
His study looks at the intersection of Stimulation and topics like Sural nerve with Noxious stimulus. His work investigates the relationship between Clinical psychology and topics such as Anxiety that intersect with problems in Depression and Cognition. His Anesthesia research focuses on Hyperalgesia and how it connects with Reactivity.
His primary areas of investigation include Chronic pain, Nociceptive flexion reflex, Anesthesia, Native american and Clinical psychology. His research in Chronic pain intersects with topics in Internal medicine, Pain tolerance and Anxiety. The Anxiety study which covers Reflex that intersects with Migraine, Headaches, Threshold of pain and Nociceptive Neurons.
Jamie L. Rhudy combines subjects such as Audiology, Stimulus, Summation, Stimulation and Hyperalgesia with his study of Nociceptive flexion reflex. His studies deal with areas such as Cognition, Pain modulation, Negative affectivity, Anger and Comorbidity as well as Audiology. His studies in Anesthesia integrate themes in fields like Inhibitory postsynaptic potential, Descending modulation and Sensitization.
Jamie L. Rhudy spends much of his time researching Nociceptive flexion reflex, Chronic pain, Audiology, Nightmare and Anxiety. The concepts of his Nociceptive flexion reflex study are interwoven with issues in Anesthesia and Stimulation. His Anesthesia study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Placebo analgesia, Placebo, Noxious stimulus, Inhibitory postsynaptic potential and Heart rate.
He studied Chronic pain and Internal medicine that intersect with Forearm, Depression and Somatization. His Audiology research includes themes of Facilitation, Attentional bias, Hyperalgesia and Set. His Anxiety study combines topics in areas such as Neuroimaging, Valence, Insula, Neuroscience and Precuneus.
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Fear and anxiety: divergent effects on human pain thresholds
Jamie L Rhudy;Mary W Meagher.
Pain and emotion: effects of affective picture modulation.
Mary W. Meagher;Randolph C. Arnau;Jamie L. Rhudy.
Psychosomatic Medicine (2001)
Longitudinal effects of hope on depression and anxiety: A latent variable analysis.
Randolph C. Arnau;David H. Rosen;John F. Finch;Jamie L. Rhudy.
Journal of Personality (2007)
Affective modulation of nociception at spinal and supraspinal levels
Jamie L. Rhudy;Amy E. Williams;Klanci M. McCabe;Mary Anh Thù V. Nguyê˜n.
Defining the nociceptive flexion reflex (NFR) threshold in human participants: A comparison of different scoring criteria
Jamie L. Rhudy.
Emotional control of nociceptive reactions (ECON): Do affective valence and arousal play a role?
Jamie L. Rhudy;Amy E. Williams;Klanci M. McCabe;Jennifer L. Russell.
The role of emotion in pain modulation.
Jamie L. Rhudy;Mary W. Meagher.
Current Opinion in Psychiatry (2001)
Psychological Risk Factors in Headache
Robert A. Nicholson;Timothy T. Houle;Jamie L. Rhudy;Peter J. Norton.
Negative affect: effects on an evaluative measure of human pain.
Jamie L Rhudy;Mary W Meagher.
Gender differences in pain: do emotions play a role?
Jamie L. Rhudy;Amy E. Williams.
Gender Medicine (2005)
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