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Moore, D. J., Keogh, E., Crombez, G. and Eccleston, C., 2013. Methods for studying naturally occurring human pain and their analogues. Pain, 154 (2), pp. 190-199.
Moore, D. J., Keogh, E. and Eccleston, C., 2013. The effect of threat on attentional interruption by pain. Pain, 154 (1), pp. 82-88.
Moore, D. J., Eccleston, C. and Keogh, E., 2013. Does sex moderate the relationship between anxiety and pain? Psychology and Health, 28 (7), pp. 746-764.
Moore, D. J., Heavey, L. and Reidy, J., 2012. Attentional processing of faces in ASD: A dot-probe study. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 42 (10), pp. 2038-2045.
Van Damme, S. and Moore, D. J., 2012. From the clinic to the lab (and back): a call for laboratory research to optimize cognitive behavioural treatment of pain. Translational Behavioral Medicine, 2 (1), pp. 102-105.
Moore, D., Keogh, E. and Eccleston, C., 2012. The interruptive effect of headache on attention. In: International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) 14th World Congress on Pain, 2012-08-27 - 2012-08-31, Milan.
Moore, D., Keogh, E. and Eccleston, C., 2011. Investigating the effects of pain on three tasks of attention. In: 7th Congress of the European Federation of IASP Chapters (EFIC), Pain in Europe VII, 2011-09-21 - 2011-09-24, Hamberg.
Moore, D., Keogh, E. and Eccleston, C., 2011. Methods of investigating naturally occurring acute pain in humans: A review and synthesis. In: PBritish Pain Society Annual Conference, 2011-06-21 - 2011-06-24, Edinburgh.
Moore, D., Keogh, E. and Eccleston, C., 2010. Which components of attention are most susceptible to pain interruption? In: ISAP 13th World Congress on Pain, 2010-08-29 - 2010-09-02, Montreal.
Moore, D. J., Keogh, E. and Eccleston, C., 2009. Identifying experimental methods to determine the effect of pain on attention: A review of pain, caffeine, alcohol and nicotine studies. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental, 24 (8), pp. 601-618.