Steven Linton
Steven Linton
Professor of Clinical Psychology, Örebro University
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Fear-avoidance and its consequences in chronic musculoskeletal pain: a state of the art
JWS Vlaeyen, SJ Linton
Pain 85 (3), 317-332, 2000
The fear-avoidance model of musculoskeletal pain: current state of scientific evidence
M Leeuw, MEJB Goossens, SJ Linton, G Crombez, K Boersma, ...
Journal of behavioral medicine 30, 77-94, 2007
A review of psychological risk factors in back and neck pain
SJ Linton
Spine 25 (9), 1148-1156, 2000
Behavioural treatment for chronic low‐back pain
N Henschke, RWJG Ostelo, MW van Tulder, JWS Vlaeyen, S Morley, ...
Cochrane database of systematic reviews, 2010
Fear-avoidance model of chronic musculoskeletal pain: 12 years on
JWS Vlaeyen, SJ Linton
Pain 153 (6), 1144-1147, 2012
Impact of psychological factors in the experience of pain
SJ Linton, WS Shaw
Physical therapy 91 (5), 700-711, 2011
Can we screen for problematic back pain? A screening questionnaire for predicting outcome in acute and subacute back pain
SJ Linton, K Halldén
The Clinical journal of pain 14 (3), 209-215, 1998
Early identification and management of psychological risk factors (“yellow flags”) in patients with low back pain: a reappraisal
MK Nicholas, SJ Linton, PJ Watson, CJ Main, ...
Physical therapy 91 (5), 737-753, 2011
Behavioral treatment for chronic low back pain: a systematic review within the framework of the Cochrane Back Review Group
MW Van Tulder, R Ostelo, JWS Vlaeyen, SJ Linton, SJ Morley, ...
Spine 26 (3), 270-281, 2001
Early identification of patients at risk of developing a persistent back problem: the predictive validity of the Örebro Musculoskeletal Pain Questionnaire
SJ Linton, K Boersma
The Clinical journal of pain 19 (2), 80-86, 2003
The fear-avoidance model of pain
JWS Vlaeyen, G Crombez, SJ Linton
Pain 157 (8), 1588-1589, 2016
Preventive interventions for back and neck pain problems: what is the evidence?
SJ Linton, MW van Tulder
Spine 26 (7), 778-787, 2001
Burnout in the working population: relations to psychosocial work factors
KM Lindblom, SJ Linton, C Fedeli, IL Bryngelsson
International journal of behavioral medicine 13, 51-59, 2006
Fear-avoidance beliefs and catastrophizing: occurrence and risk factor in back pain and ADL in the general population
N Buer, SJ Linton
Pain 99 (3), 485-491, 2002
Can chronic disability be prevented?: A randomized trial of a cognitive-behavior intervention and two forms of information for patients with spinal pain
SJ Linton, T Andersson
Spine 25 (21), 2825-2831, 2000
Manipulating optimism: Can imagining a best possible self be used to increase positive future expectancies?
ML Peters, IK Flink, K Boersma, SJ Linton
The Journal of Positive Psychology 5 (3), 204-211, 2010
Internet-delivered psychological treatments for mood and anxiety disorders: a systematic review of their efficacy, safety, and cost-effectiveness
FK Arnberg, SJ Linton, M Hultcrantz, E Heintz, U Jonsson
PloS one 9 (5), e98118, 2014
Occupational psychological factors increase the risk for back pain: a systematic review
SJ Linton
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 11, 53-66, 2001
A population-based study of spinal pain among 35-45-year-old individuals: prevalence, sick leave, and health care use
SJ Linton, AL Hellsing, K Halldén
Spine 23 (13), 1457-1463, 1998
The back pain beliefs of health care providers: are we fear-avoidant?
SJ Linton, J Vlaeyen, R Ostelo
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 12, 223-232, 2002
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