Dates of Employment: August 2019 - August 2020
Shuanghong worked on the effects of mindfulness meditation-based interventions on pain-related dysfunctions.
Shuanghong’s previous research includes evaluating links of threat and resilience-based beliefs with adaptation to laboratory pain and ongoing chronic pain with the use of self-reported and behavioral measures. Shuanghong has some experience in data collection with clinical samples including patients with chronic pain and those undergoing surgery. In addition, Shuanghong is gaining counseling experience through her training.
M.Ed., Applied Psychology, Southwest University
B.A., Medical English, Chongqing Medical University
- Causal effects of challenge and threat appraisals on pain self-efficacy, pain coping, and tolerance for laboratory pain: An experimental path analysis study
- Factor structure, correlates, and incremental validity of the Pain Appraisal Inventory-Short Form
- Pain beliefs mediate relations between general resilience and dysfunction from chronic back pain.
- Identifying At-Risk Subgroups for Acute Postsurgical Pain: A Classification Tree Analysis
- Pre-surgery beliefs about pain and surgery as predictors of acute and chronic post-surgical pain: A prospective cohort study
- Eye Movement Study on Attention Bias to Body Height Stimuli in Height Dissatisfied Males