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Miriam Kunz
Miriam Kunz
Researcher, University of Augsburg
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Age effects on pain thresholds, temporal summation and spatial summation of heat and pressure pain
S Lautenbacher, M Kunz, P Strate, J Nielsen, L Arendt-Nielsen
Pain 115 (3), 410-418, 2005
5062005
Age changes in pain perception: A systematic-review and meta-analysis of age effects on pain and tolerance thresholds
S Lautenbacher, JH Peters, M Heesen, J Scheel, M Kunz
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 75, 104-113, 2017
4542017
Pain management in patients with dementia
WP Achterberg, MJC Pieper, AH van Dalen-Kok, MWM De Waal, ...
Clinical interventions in aging, 1471-1482, 2013
4502013
Psychosocial burden of healthcare professionals in times of COVID-19–a survey conducted at the University Hospital Augsburg
G Zerbini, A Ebigbo, P Reicherts, M Kunz, H Messman
GMS German Medical Science 18, 2020
4412020
The facial expression of pain in patients with dementia
M Kunz, S Scharmann, U Hemmeter, K Schepelmann, S Lautenbacher
PAIN® 133 (1-3), 221-228, 2007
3252007
Influence of dementia on multiple components of pain
M Kunz, V Mylius, S Scharmann, K Schepelman, S Lautenbacher
European Journal of Pain 13 (3), 317-325, 2009
1912009
Subjective burden and perspectives of German healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic
V Kramer, I Papazova, A Thoma, M Kunz, P Falkai, T Schneider-Axmann, ...
European archives of psychiatry and clinical neuroscience 271, 271-281, 2021
1852021
Attentional and emotional mechanisms related to pain as predictors of chronic postoperative pain: a comparison with other psychological and physiological predictors
S Lautenbacher, C Huber, D Schöfer, M Kunz, A Parthum, PG Weber, ...
PAIN® 151 (3), 722-731, 2010
1642010
Facial muscle movements encoding pain—a systematic review
M Kunz, D Meixner, S Lautenbacher
Pain 160 (3), 535-549, 2019
1472019
On the relationship between self-report and facial expression of pain
M Kunz, V Mylius, K Schepelmann, S Lautenbacher
The journal of pain 5 (7), 368-376, 2004
1442004
Hypervigilance as predictor of postoperative acute pain: its predictive potency compared with experimental pain sensitivity, cortisol reactivity, and affective state
S Lautenbacher, C Huber, M Kunz, A Parthum, PG Weber, N Griessinger, ...
The Clinical journal of pain 25 (2), 92-100, 2009
1382009
Are both the sensory and the affective dimensions of pain encoded in the face?
M Kunz, S Lautenbacher, N LeBlanc, P Rainville
Pain 153 (2), 350-358, 2012
1212012
Experimental pain processing in individuals with cognitive impairment: current state of the science
R Defrin, M Amanzio, M De Tommaso, V Dimova, S Filipovic, DP Finn, ...
Pain 156 (8), 1396-1408, 2015
1182015
Cerebral regulation of facial expressions of pain
M Kunz, JI Chen, S Lautenbacher, E Vachon-Presseau, P Rainville
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (24), 8730-8738, 2011
1062011
The faces of pain: a cluster analysis of individual differences in facial activity patterns of pain
M Kunz, S Lautenbacher
European Journal of Pain 18 (6), 813-823, 2014
1052014
Sex differences in facial encoding of pain
M Kunz, A Gruber, S Lautenbacher
The Journal of Pain 7 (12), 915-928, 2006
1042006
Impact of age on the facial expression of pain
M Kunz, V Mylius, K Schepelmann, S Lautenbacher
Journal of psychosomatic research 64 (3), 311-318, 2008
922008
Pain monitoring: A dynamic and context-sensitive system
Z Hammal, M Kunz
Pattern Recognition 45 (4), 1265-1280, 2012
892012
An international road map to improve pain assessment in people with impaired cognition: the development of the Pain Assessment in Impaired Cognition (PAIC) meta-tool
A Corbett, W Achterberg, B Husebo, F Lobbezoo, H de Vet, M Kunz, ...
BMC neurology 14, 1-14, 2014
882014
Automatic detection of pain from facial expressions: a survey
T Hassan, D Seuß, J Wollenberg, K Weitz, M Kunz, S Lautenbacher, ...
IEEE transactions on pattern analysis and machine intelligence 43 (6), 1815-1831, 2019
872019
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