Jeffrey J. Parr, Ph.D.

2010 University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States 
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Paul A. Borsa grad student 2010 UF Gainesville
 (Predicting physical impairment and recovery following an exercise-induced shoulder injury.)
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Borsa PA, Parr JJ, Wallace MR, et al. (2018) Genetic and psychological factors interact to predict physical impairment phenotypes following exercise-induced shoulder injury. Journal of Pain Research. 11: 2497-2508
Naugle KE, Parr JJ, Chang S, et al. (2017) Active Gaming as Pain Relief Following Induced Muscle Soreness in a College-Aged Population Athletic Training & Sports Health Care. 9: 225-232
Larkin-Kaiser KA, Parr JJ, Borsa PA, et al. (2015) Range of motion as a predictor of clinical shoulder pain during recovery from delayed-onset muscle soreness. Journal of Athletic Training. 50: 289-94
George SZ, Wallace MR, Wu SS, et al. (2015) Biopsychosocial influence on shoulder pain: risk subgroups translated across preclinical and clinical prospective cohorts. Pain. 156: 148-56
Coronado RA, Simon CB, Valencia C, et al. (2014) Suprathreshold heat pain response predicts activity-related pain, but not rest-related pain, in an exercise-induced injury model. Plos One. 9: e108699
George SZ, Parr JJ, Wallace MR, et al. (2014) Inflammatory genes and psychological factors predict induced shoulder pain phenotype. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 46: 1871-81
George SZ, Parr JJ, Wallace MR, et al. (2014) Biopsychosocial influence on exercise-induced injury: genetic and psychological combinations are predictive of shoulder pain phenotypes. The Journal of Pain : Official Journal of the American Pain Society. 15: 68-80
Parr J, Borsa P, Fillingim R, et al. (2014) Psychological influences predict recovery following exercise induced shoulder pain. International Journal of Sports Medicine. 35: 232-7
Naugle K, Chang S, Naugle KM, et al. (2014) Active Wii Gaming Reduces Exercise Induced Muscle Pain Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 46: 504
Naugle K, Chang S, Parr J, et al. (2014) (528) The influence of fear of pain on activity-induced exacerbation of delayed onset muscle pain The Journal of Pain. 15: S108
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