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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. Forthcoming. Does sex moderate the relationship between anxiety and pain? Psychology and Health
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.