Robert Gatchel
Robert Gatchel
Distinguished Professor of Psychology, University of Texas at Arlington
Verified email at uta.edu
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The biopsychosocial approach to chronic pain: scientific advances and future directions.
RJ Gatchel, YB Peng, ML Peters, PN Fuchs, DC Turk
Psychological bulletin 133 (4), 581, 2007
29502007
Chronic pain and psychopathology: research findings and theoretical considerations
J Dersh, PB Polatin, RJ Gatchel
Psychosomatic medicine 64 (5), 773-786, 2002
8232002
The dominant role of psychosocial risk factors in the development of chronic low back pain disability
RJ Gatchel, PB Polatin, TG Mayer
Spine 20 (24), 2702-2709, 1995
7841995
Psychiatric illness and chronic low-back pain. The mind and the spine--which goes first?
PB Polatin, RK Kinney, RJ Gatchel, E Lillo, TG Mayer
Spine 18 (1), 66-71, 1993
7701993
A prospective two-year study of functional restoration in industrial low back injury: an objective assessment procedure
TG Mayer, RJ Gatchel, H Mayer, ND Kishino, J Keeley, V Mooney
Jama 258 (13), 1763-1767, 1987
7401987
Psychological approaches to pain management: A practitioner's handbook
DC Turk, RJ Gatchel
Guilford publications, 2018
7272018
Objective assessment of spine function following industrial injury. A prospective study with comparison group and one-year follow-up.
TG Mayer, RJ Gatchel, N KisHiNo, J Keeley, P Capra, H Mayer, J Barnett, ...
Spine 10 (6), 482-493, 1985
7251985
Functional restoration for spinal disorders
TG Mayer
The sports medicine approach, 1998
6371998
An introduction to health psychology
RJ Gatchel, A Baum, DS Krantz
6111993
Interdisciplinary chronic pain management: past, present, and future.
RJ Gatchel, DD McGeary, CA McGeary, B Lippe
American psychologist 69 (2), 119, 2014
5952014
Evidence-based scientific data documenting the treatment and cost-effectiveness of comprehensive pain programs for chronic nonmalignant pain
RJ Gatchel, A Okifuji
The Journal of Pain 7 (11), 779-793, 2006
5902006
Emotional, behavioral, and physiological effects of chronic stress at Three Mile Island.
A Baum, RJ Gatchel, MA Schaeffer
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 51 (4), 565, 1983
5801983
Quantification of lumbar function. Part 2: Sagittal plane trunk strength in chronic low-back pain patients.
TG Mayer, SS Smith, J Keeley, V Mooney
Spine 10 (8), 765-772, 1985
5011985
Comorbidity of chronic pain and mental health disorders: the biopsychosocial perspective.
RJ Gatchel
American Psychologist 59 (8), 795, 2004
4642004
Predicting opioid misuse by chronic pain patients: a systematic review and literature synthesis
DC Turk, KS Swanson, RJ Gatchel
The Clinical journal of pain 24 (6), 497-508, 2008
4502008
Comparison of CT scan muscle measurements and isokinetic trunk strength in postoperative patients.
TG Mayer, H Vanharanta, RJ Gatchel, V Mooney, D Barnes, L Judge, ...
Spine 14 (1), 33-36, 1989
4441989
Mediating influences of social support on stress at Three Mile Island
R Fleming, A Baum, MM Gisriel, RJ Gatchel
Journal of Human stress 8 (3), 14-23, 1982
3661982
Predicting outcome of chronic back pain using clinical predictors of psychopathology: a prospective analysis.
RJ Gatchel, PB Polatin, RK Kinney
Health psychology 14 (5), 415, 1995
3521995
The development and psychometric validation of the central sensitization inventory
TG Mayer, R Neblett, H Cohen, KJ Howard, YH Choi, MJ Williams, ...
Pain Practice 12 (4), 276-285, 2012
3292012
Relationship between early opioid prescribing for acute occupational low back pain and disability duration, medical costs, subsequent surgery and late opioid use
BS Webster, SK Verma, RJ Gatchel
Spine 32 (19), 2127-2132, 2007
3292007
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