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Publications in the last 5 years (* Indicates Student Co-Author)
Cano, A., *Corley, A.M., *Clark, S.M., & *Martinez, S.C. (in press). A couple-based psychological treatment for chronic pain and relationship distress. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice.
Cano, A. & Goubert, L. (in press). What’s in a name? The case of emotional disclosure of pain-related
distress. Journal of Pain.
*Clark, S.M., Cano, A., Goubert, L., Vlaeyen, J.W.S., Wurm, L.H., & *Corley, A.M. (in press). Pain anxiety and its association with pain congruence trajectories during the cold pressor task. Journal of Pain.
*Seivert, N.P., Cano, A., Casey, R.J., Johnson, A., & *May, D.K. (in press). Animal-assisted therapy for incarcerated youth: A randomized-controlled trial. Applied Developmental Science.
*Corley, A.M., Cano, A., Goubert, L., Vlaeyen, J.W.S., & Wurm, L.H. (2016). Global and situational relationship satisfaction moderate the effect of threat on pain in couples. Pain Medicine, 17, 1664-75.
*May, D.K., *Seivert, N.P., Cano, A., Casey, R.J., & Johnson, A. (2016). Animal-assisted therapy for youth: A systematic methodological critique. Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin, 4, 1-18.
*Leong, L.E.M., Cano, A., Wurm, L.H., Lumley, M.A., & Corley, A.M. (2015). A perspective taking manipulation leads to greater empathy and less pain during the cold pressor task. Journal of Pain, 16, 1176-1185.
*Kindt, S., Vansteenkiste, M., Loeys, T., Cano, A., Lauwerier, E., Verhofstadt, L, Goubert, L. (2015). When is helping your partner with chronic pain a burden? The relation between helping motivation and personal and relational functioning. Pain Medicine, 16, 1732-1744. doi: 10.1111/pme.1276
*Miller-Matero, L.R. & Cano, A. (2015). Encouraging couples to change: A motivational assessment to promote well-being in people with chronic pain and their partners. Pain Medicine, 16, 348-355.
*Williams, A.M. & Cano, A. (2014). Spousal mindfulness and social support in couples with chronic pain. Clinical Journal of Pain, 30, 528-535.
*Leonard, M.T., *Issner, J.B., Cano, A., & *Williams, A.M. (2013). Correlates of Spousal Empathic Accuracy for Pain-Related Thoughts and Feelings. Clinical Journal of Pain, 29, 324-333. doi: 10.1097/AJP.0b013e3182527bfd
*Miller, L.R., Cano, A., & Wurm, L.H. (2013). A motivational therapeutic assessment improves pain, mood, and relationship satisfaction in couples with chronic pain. Journal of Pain, 14, 525-537.
*Issner, J.B., Cano, A., *Leonard, M.T., & *Williams, A.M. (2012). How do I empathize with you? Let me count the ways: Relations between facets of pain-related empathy. Journal of Pain, 13, 167-175. PMCID: In process.
Cano, A., *Leong, L., *Williams, A.M., *May, D.K., & *Lutz, J.R. (2012). Correlates and consequences of the disclosure of pain-related distress to one's spouse. Pain, 153, 2441-2447.
PSY 1010: Introduction to Psychology (Honors and non-Honors sections)
PSY 2300: Psychology of Everyday Living
PSY 7300: Adult Psychopathology
PSY 7370: Psychotherapeutic Interventions I