Salberg S, Noel M, Burke N, Vinall J, Mychasiuk R (2020). Utilization of a rodent model to examine the neurobiological effects of early life adversity on adolescent pain sensitivity. Developmental Psychobiology, 62(3):386-99.
Pavlova M, Graham SA, Jordan A, Chorney J, Vinall J, Rasic N, Brookes J, Hoy M, Yunker W, Noel M (2019). Socialization of pain memories: a comparative analysis of parent-child reminiscing about past events involving pain and sadness. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 44(6):679-91.
Fischer S, Vinall J, Pavlova M, Graham S, Jordan A, Chorney J, Rasic N, Brooks JT, Hoy M, Yunker WK, Noel M (2019). Role of anxiety in young children’s pain memory development following surgery. Pain, 160(4):965-72.
Vinall J, Noel M, Disher T, Caddell K, Campbell-Yeo M (2018). Memories of infant pain in the NICU influences PTSD symptoms in parents of infants born preterm. The Clinical Journal of Pain, 34(10):936-43.
Noel M, Vinall J, Tomfohr L, Holley A, Wilson A, Palermo T (2018). Sleep mediates the relationship between PTSD symptoms and chronic pain in youth: a controlled cohort study. The Journal of Pain, 19(1):67-75.
Glass T, Chau V, Gardiner J, Foong J, Vinall J, Zwicker JG, Grunau RE, Synnes A, Poskitt KJ, Miller SP (2017). Severe retinopathy of prematurity predicts delayed white matter and worse neurodevelopment. Archives of Disease in Childhood: Fetal and Neonatal Edition, 102(6):F532-F537.
Noel M, Pavlova M, McCallum L, Vinall J (2017). Remembering the hurt of childhood: A psychological review and call for future research. Canadian Psychology, 58(1):58-68.
Vinall J, Pavlova M, Asmundson G, Noel M (2016). Mental health comorbidities in pediatric chronic pain: a narrative review of epidemiology, models, neurobiological mechanisms and treatment. Children, 3(4):E40.
Vinall J, Grunau RE (2014). Impact of repeated procedural pain-related stress in infants born very preterm. Pediatric Research, 75(5):584-7.
Vinall J, Miller SP, Bjornson BH, Fitzpatrick KPV, Poskitt KJ, Brant R, Synnes AR, Cepeda IL, Grunau RE (2014). Invasive procedures in preterm children: brain and cognitive development at school age. Pediatrics,133(3):412-21.
Ranger M, Synnes AR, Vinall J, Grunau RE (2014). Internalizing behaviours in school age children born very preterm are predicted by neonatal pain and morphine exposure. European Journal of Pain, 18(6):844-52.
Vinall J, Miller SP, Synnes AR, Grunau RE (2013). Parent behaviors moderate the relationship between neonatal pain and internalizing behaviors at 18 months corrected age in children born very prematurely. Pain, 154(9), 1831-39.
Vinall J, Grunau RE, Brant R, Chau V, Poskitt KJ, Synnes AR, Miller SP (2013). Slower postnatal growth is associated with delayed cerebral cortical maturation in preterm newborns. Science Translational Medicine, 5, 168ra8.
Vinall J, Miller SP, Chau V, Brummelte S, Synnes A, Grunau RE (2012). Neonatal pain in relation to postnatal growth in infants born very preterm. Pain, 153(7):1374-81.
Brummelte S, Grunau RE, Chau V, Poskitt KJ, Brant R, Vinall J, Gover A, Synnes A, Miller SP (2012). Procedural pain and brain development in premature newborns. Annals of Neurology, 71(3):385-96.
Vinall J, Pillai Riddell R, & Greenberg S (2011). The influence of culture on maternal soothing behaviors and infant pain expression in the immunization context. Pain Research & Management, 16(4):234-238.