All protocols for research projects undertaken by the Body in Mind research group that are not listed here, are available on Open Science Framework.


Emma Fletcher (2018) Do Visual Analogue Scales (VAS) and Numerical Rating Scales (NRS) have interval and ratio properties when used to assess pain intensity? A systematic review (protocol).


Kerwin Talbot, Victoria Joy Madden, Sara Jones, G Lorimer Moseley (2016) The generalisation of predictability of pain to similar hand postures in healthy controls.

Monique Wilson, Mark J Catley, G Lorimer Moseley (2016) The effect of left/right judgement training on pain in people with Achilles tendinopathy: a randomised controlled experiment.

Jack Beard, Mark J. Catley, Danny Camfferman, G. Lorimer Moseley (2016) Distance based spatial summation of noxious stimuli in spatially adjacent but somatotopically distinct body regions.


Jane Chalmers, Mark J Catley, Susan F Evans, G Lorimer Moseley (2015) Developing a reliable measure of the impact of pelvic pain: the pelvic pain impact questionnaire (PPIQ).

Hopin Lee, James H McAuley, Markus Hübscher, Adrian C Traeger, Steven J Kamper, G Lorimer Moseley (2015) Does catastrophizing mediate the relationship between patients’ knowledge of pain and levels of pain intensity and function? Statistical analysis protocol.

Adrian C Traeger, Markus Huebscher, Hopin Lee, Christopher M Williams, Chris G Maher, Nicholas Henschke, G Lorimer Moseley, James H McAuley (2015) Acute low back pain in primary care: can emotional distress explain high healthcare use?

Danny Camfferman, G. Lorimer Moseley, Kevin Gertz, Mark W. Pettet and Mark P. Jensen (2015) Waking EEG cortical markers of chronic pain and sleepiness.


Adrian C Traeger, G Lorimer Moseley, Markus Hübscher, Hopin Lee, Ian W Skinner, Michael K Nicholas, Nicholas Henschke, Kathryn M Refshauge, Fiona M Blyth, Chris J Main, Julia M Hush, Garry Pearce, James H McAuley (2014)  Pain education to prevent chronic low back pain: a study protocol for a randomised controlled trial BMJ Open 2014;4:e005505 doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2014-005505.  PDF