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Moseley, G. L. (2003) A pain neuromatrix approach to patients with chronic pain. Manual Therapy, 8 3: 130-140. doi:10.1016/S1356-689X(03)00051-1 231   41 Cited 56 times in Scopus56 10
Moseley, GL, Nicholas, MK and Hodges, PW (2004) A randomized controlled trial of intensive neurophysiology education in chronic low back pain. Clinical Journal of Pain, 20 5: 324-330. doi:10.1097/00002508-200409000-00007 207   74 Cited 97 times in Scopus97 13
Moseley, GL and Hodges, PW (2005) Are the changes in postural control associated with low back pain caused by pain interference?. Clinical Journal of Pain, 21 4: 323-329. doi:10.1097/01.ajp.0000131414.84596.99 94   74 Cited 87 times in Scopus87 0
Moseley, L. and Hodges, P. (2004). Chronic pain and motor control. In J. D. Boyling and G. A. Jull (Ed.), Grieve's Modern Manual Therapy 3rd ed. (pp. 215-231) New York: Churchill Livingstone - Elsevier Science. 98  
Moseley, L (2002) Combined physiotherapy and education is efficacious for chronic low back pain. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, 48 4: 297-302. 55   57 Cited 99 times in Scopus99
Moseley, L., Hodges, P. and Gandevia, S. C. (2002) Deep and superficial fibers of the lumbar multifidus muscle are differentially active during voluntary arm movements. Spine, 27 2: 29-36. 187  
Hodges, P., Moseley, L. and Gandevia, S. (2002). Differential control of the deep and superficial compartments of multifidus is dependent on input from higher centers. In: Higgs J, Refshauge K, Brown M and Wong L, VIIth International Physiotherapy Congress. VIIth International Physiotherapy Congress, Sydney, Australia, (44-44). 25-28 May, 2002. 87  
Acerra, NE and Moseley, GL (2005) Dysynchiria: Watching the mirror image of the unaffected limb elicits pain on the affected side. Neurology, 65 5: 751-753. doi:10.1212/01.wnl.0000178745.11996.8c 46   44 Cited 44 times in Scopus44 8
Moseley, G. Lorimer (2004) Evidence for a direct relationship between cognitive and physical change during an education intervention in people with chronic low back pain. European Journal of Pain, 8 1: 39-45. doi:10.1016/S1090-3801(03)00063-6 43   76 Cited 97 times in Scopus97 18
Moseley, G. L., Sim, D. F., Henry, M. L. and Souvlis, T. (2005) Experimental hand pain delays recognition of the contralateral hand: Evidence that acute and chronic pain have opposite effects on information processing?. Cognitive Brain Research, 25 1: 188-194. doi:10.1016/j.cogbrainres.2005.05.008 92   24 Cited 28 times in Scopus28 0
Hodges, PW, Moseley, GL, Gabrielsson, A and Gandevia, SC (2003) Experimental muscle pain changes feedforward postural responses of the trunk muscles. Experimental Brain Research, 151 2: 262-271. doi:10.1007/s00221-003-1457-x 135   179 Cited 199 times in Scopus199 13
Moseley, GL, Hodges, PW and Gandevia, SC (2003) External perturbation of the trunk in standing humans differentially activates components of the medial back muscles. Journal of Physiology-london, 547 2: 581-587. doi:10.1113/jphysiol.2002.024950 83   57 Cited 66 times in Scopus66 0
Moseley, L., Hodges, P. and Nicholas, M. K. (2002). Fear of low back pain delays postural activation of transversus abdominis in healthy subjects. In: J. Higgs, K. Refshauge, M. Brown and L. Wong, VIIth International Physiotherapy Congress, Sydney, Australia, (58-58). 25-28 May, 2002. 192  
Moseley, L., Hodges, P. and Nicholas, M. K. (2002). Fear of pain disrupts postural control of the back muscles, but it depends on the anatomical relevance of the impending pain. In: Dostrovsky J O, Basbaum A I and Carr D B et al, 10th World Conference on Pain. 10th World Conference on Pain, San Diego, California, (129-129). 17th - 22nd August, 2002. 70  
Moseley, L., Hodges, P. and Nicholas, M. K. (2002). In an arm movement reaction time task, competitive attention demand results in augmentation of the deep trunk muscles relative to deltoid, but not when the task is stressful. In: Higgs J, Refshauge K, Brown M and Wong L, VIIth International Physiotherapy Congress. VIIth International Physiotherapy Congress, Sydney, Australia, (51-51). 25-28 May, 2002. 107  
Hodges, Paul W., van Dillen, Linda R., McGill, Stuart, Brumagne, Simon, Hides, Julie A. and Moseley, G. Lorimer (2013). Integrated clinical approach to motor control interventions in low back and pelvic pain. In Paul W. Hodges, Jacek Cholewicki and Jaap H. van Dieën (Ed.), Spinal Control: The Rehabilitation of Back Pain (pp. 243-310) UK: Elsevier. doi:10.1016/B978-0-7020-4356-7.00021-5 179   0
Claus, Andrew P., Hides, Julie A., Moseley, G. Lorimer and Hodges, Paul W. (2009) Is ‘ideal’ sitting posture real?: Measurement of spinal curves in four sitting postures. Manual Therapy, 14 4: 404-408. doi:10.1016/j.math.2008.06.001 196   0 Cited 41 times in Scopus41 12
Moseley, G. Lorimer (2003) Joining forces - Combining cognition-targeted motor control training with group or individual pain physiology education: A successful treatment for chronic low back pain. The Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy, 11 2: 88-94. 334   Cited 22 times in Scopus22
van Dieën, Jaap H., Moseley, G. Lorimer and Hodges, Paul W. (2013). Motor control changes and low back pain: cause or effect?. In Paul W. Hodges, Jacek Cholewicki and Jaap H. van Dieën (Ed.), Spinal Control: The Rehabilitation of Back Pain (pp. 207-217) UK: Elsevier. doi:10.1016/B978-0-7020-4356-7.00018-5 124   0
Hodges, PW and Moseley, GL (2003) Pain and motor control of the lumbopelvic region: effect and possible mechanisms. Journal of Electromyography And Kinesiology, 13 4: 361-370. doi:10.1016/S1050-6411(03)00042-7 148   179 Cited 212 times in Scopus212 13
Moseley, GL, Nicholas, MK and Hodges, PW (2004) Pain differs from non-painful attention-demanding or stressful tasks in its effect on postural control patterns of trunk muscles. Experimental Brain Research, 156 1: 64-71. doi:10.1007/s00221-003-1766-0 59   37 Cited 45 times in Scopus45 10
MacDonald, David, Moseley, G. Lorimer and Hodges. Paul W. (2010) People with recurrent LBP respond differently to trunk loading despite remission from symptoms. Spine, 35 7: 818-824. doi:10.1097/BRS.0b013e3181bc98f1 73 2 26 Cited 29 times in Scopus29 0
Hodges, P. and Moseley, L. (2002). Postural activation of the multifidus muscle is not altered by experimental pain. In: Dostrovsky J O, Basbaum A I and Carr D B et al, 10th World Conference on Pain. 10th World Conference on Pain, San Diego, California, (501-501). 17th - 22nd August, 2002. 104  
Moseley, G. Lorimer and Hodges, Paul W. (2006) Reduced variability of postural strategy prevents normalization of motor changes induced by back pain: A risk factor for chronic trouble?. Behavioral Neuroscience, 120 2: 474-476. doi:10.1037/0735-7044.120.2.474 42   53 Cited 67 times in Scopus67 15
MacDonald, D. A., Hodges, P. and Moseley, L. (2003). The Lumbar Multifidus: Are clinical beliefs supported by evidence?. In: Proceedings of the Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia 13th Biennial Conference. Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia 13th Biennial Conferee, Sydney, Australia, (43-43). 27-30 November, 2003. 100  
Moseley, GL, Brhyn, L, Ilowiecki, M, Solstad, K and Hodges, PW (2003) The threat of predictable and unpredictable pain: Differential effects on central nervous system processing?. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, 49 4: 263-267. 73   16 Cited 20 times in Scopus20
Hodges, P., Moseley, L., Gabrielsson, A. and Gandevia, S. (2002). Tonic activity of transversus abdominis is reduced by experimental pain during a repetitive challenge to spinal stability. In: J. Higgs, K. Refshauge, M. Brown and L. Wong, VIIth International Physiotherapy Congress. VIIth International Physiotherapy Congress, Sydney, Australia, (115-115). 25-28 May, 2002. 119  
Moseley, Lorimer (2003) Unraveling the barriers to reconceptualization of the problem in chronic pain: The actual and perceived ability of patients and health professionals to understand the neurophysiology. Journal of Pain, 4 4: 184-189. doi:10.1016/S1526-5900(03)00488-7 94   18 Cited 48 times in Scopus48 0
Moseley, G. L. (2005) Widespread brain activity during an abdominal task markedly reduced after pain physiology education: fMRI evaluation of a single patient with chronic low back pain. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, 51 1: 49-52. 89   24 Cited 34 times in Scopus34