Lachlan McWilliams

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1996-1998 Psychology University or Saskatchewan 
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Berry R, Verrier MJ, Rashiq S, et al. (2015) A brief cognitive-behavioral intervention for sleep in individuals with chronic noncancer pain: A randomized controlled trial. Rehabilitation Psychology. 60: 193-200
McWilliams LA, Kowal J, Wilson KG. (2015) Development and evaluation of short forms of the Pain Catastrophizing Scale and the Pain Self-efficacy Questionnaire. European Journal of Pain (London, England). 19: 1342-9
Adams GC, McWilliams LA. (2015) Relationships between adult attachment style ratings and sleep disturbances in a nationally representative sample Journal of Psychosomatic Research. 79: 37-42
Bailey KM, Holmberg D, McWilliams LA, et al. (2015) Wanting and providing solicitous pain-related support: The roles of both relationship partners' attachment styles Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science. 47: 272-281
Kowal J, McWilliams LA, Péloquin K, et al. (2015) Attachment insecurity predicts responses to an interdisciplinary chronic pain rehabilitation program Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 38: 518-526
Kowal J, Wilson KG, Henderson PR, et al. (2014) Change in suicidal ideation after interdisciplinary treatment of chronic pain. The Clinical Journal of Pain. 30: 463-71
McWilliams LA, Higgins KS, Dick BD, et al. (2014) A longitudinal investigation of pain-related social support preferences in a chronic pain treatment sample. The Clinical Journal of Pain. 30: 672-8
McWilliams LA, Kowal J, Sharpe D, et al. (2014) Psychometric evaluation and refinement of the Pain Response Preference Questionnaire. Pain Research & Management : the Journal of the Canadian Pain Society = Journal De La SociéTé Canadienne Pour Le Traitement De La Douleur. 19: 42-8
Wilson KG, Kowal J, Henderson PR, et al. (2013) Chronic pain and the interpersonal theory of suicide. Rehabilitation Psychology. 58: 111-5
McWilliams LA, Higgins KS. (2013) Associations between pain conditions and borderline personality disorder symptoms: Findings from the national comorbidity survey replication Clinical Journal of Pain. 29: 527-532
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