Interoception Summit 2016

Dr. Rhudy presented findings at the first Interoception Summit hosted by the Laureate Institute for Brain Research in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Attendees consisted of international and national researchers of interoception, as well as graduate students and members of the community.



Mvskoke Media

Recently a Mvskoke Media journalist wrote an article detailing our OK-SNAP research study! Check out the article:


http://mvskokemedia.com/tu-researching-chronic-pain-in-native-americans/


Native News Today

Dr. Rhudy was interviewed regarding our OK-SNAP research study by Native News Today! Check out more below:

 


 Native America Calling

Native America Calling featured Dr. Rhudy on a guest panel of a discussion regarding chronic pain in their segment titled, “Chronic Pain”. See this link for further details, or if you would like to listen to the discussion press the play button below.

 


Oklahoma Study of Native American Pain Risk (OK-SNAP)

CherokeePhoenix_Nov2014(small) This article is featured in the Cherokee Pheonix November 2014 Issue. It includes in the study details and information about the Oklahoma Study of Native American Pain Risk (OK-SNAP).

Click here to read more about this article.

 

 

 

 


Oklahoma Study of Native American Pain Risk (OK-SNAP)

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This story was written for The University of Tulsa Arts & Sciences College newsletter. It covers the NIMHD-funded study being conducted by Drs. Jamie Rhudy and Joanna Shadlow to identify markers of chronic pain risk in Native Americans.

click here to read this article.

 


Affective Modulation of Spinal Nociception

Rhudyarticle (PDF)_smallfrom The Oklahoman (December 2004) covering the research lab’s work showing that emotion can alter pain processing within the spinal cord.

Click here to read more about it.

Citation: Rhudy, J. L., Williams, A. E., McCabe, K. M., Nguyen, M. V., & Rambo, P. L. (2005). Affective modulation of nociception at spinal and supraspinal levels. Psychophysiology, 42, 579-587.


Treatment of Trauma-Related Nightmares

S__CAS_Psychology_Rhudy Lab_rhudysnewweb_PR documents_Tulsaworldnightmare (PDF)_small_smallThis is an article from the Urban Tulsa Weekly (June 7-13, 2005) that covers the collabor
ation between Drs. Joanne Davis and Jamie Rhudy. This study examines the psychophysiological changes associated with the treatment of trauma-related nightmares

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Breaking the Cycle

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This is an article that covers the breaking of the cycle of recurrent trauma-related nightmares.

click here to read this article.

 

 


Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain Study

FMS_Urban Tulsa Weekly (PDF)_smallThis is an article from the Urban Tulsa Weekly (July 19-25, 2007) that discusses the study examining physiologicla reactivity in persons with fibromyalgia and rheumatoid arthritis.

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Nightmare Treatment Study

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This is an article from the Oklahoma Magazine (February 2009)  discussing the collaboration between Drs. Jamie Rhudy and Joanne Davis and on their reserach with individuals suffering from trauma-related nightmares.

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Fox 23 News: Mood and Pain

Taken from story by Fox 23 news on our study showing that emotion modulates pain processing in the spinal cord.


Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain Study

This is an interview with Fox 23 (April 7th, 2007) that discusses the study examining physiological reactivity in persons with fibromyalgia and rheumatoid arthritis.


Pictures and Reflexes – Multiple Picture Contents Study

This is a radio interview with the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology that discusses the project funded with OCAST, Pictures and Reflexes – Multiple Picture Contents.