Houle Lab Publications

Houle Lab Publications

  1. Houle, T.T.  (2008).  Statistical Analysis of Single-Case Experimental Designs.  In Barlow, D., Hersen, M., & Nock, M. (eds.) Single-Case Experimental Designs, 3rd edition.  Chicago: Allyn & Bacon.
  2. Nuttall GA, Houle TT. (2008). Liars, damn liars, and propensity scores. Anesthesiology, 108(1):3-4.
  3. Groban L, Yamaleyeva LI,  Westwood BM, Houle TT, Kitzman DA, Chappell MC. (2008).  Progressive Diastolic Dysfunction in the Female mRen(2).Lewis Rat:  Influence of Salt and Ovarian Hormones. Journals of Gerontology: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, 63(1): 3-11.
  4. Houle TT, Nash JM. (2008).  Stress and headache chronification. Headache, 48(1): 40-44.
  5. Houle TT, Stump DA. (2008). Statistical significance versus clinical significance. Seminars in Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia.
  6. Harden RN, Remble TA, Houle TT, Long JF, Markov MS, Gallizzi MS. (2007). Prospective, Randomized, Single-Blind, Sham Treatment Controlled study of the Safety and Efficacy of an Electromagnetic Field Device for the Treatment of Chronic Low Back Pain: A Pilot Study. Pain Practice, 7(3):248-255.
  7. Houle TT. (2007). Statistical reporting for present and future readers. Anesthesiology, 107(2): 193-194.
  8. Maizels M, Houle TT. (2007). Results of screening with the brief headache screen compared with “virtual” IDMigraine. Headache,
  9. Stribling KW, Slaughter TF, Houle TT, Sane DC. (2007). Beyond the platelet count: Heparin antibodies as independent risk predictors. American Heart Journal, 153: 900-906.
  10. Smitherman TA, Huerkamp JH, Miller BI, Houle TT, O’Jile JR. (2007). The relation of depression and anxiety to measures of executive functioning in a mixed psychiatric sample. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 22, 647-654.
  11. Harden RN, Revivo G, Song S, Nampiaparampil D, Golden G, Kirincic M, Houle TT. (2007). A Critical Analysis of the Tender Points in Fibromyalgia. Pain Medicine, 8(2): 147-156.
  12. Houle TT. (2007). The importance of effect sizes for the accumulation of knowledge. Anesthesiology, 106(3): 415-417.
  13. Nicholson R, Houle TT, Rhudy J, Norton P.  (2007). Psychological risk factors in headache. Headache, 47(3):413-436.
  14. Houle TT, Poston RS, Stump DA. (2006). Statistical Interpretation: The art and occasional science.  Heart Surgery Forum, 9(6): 3-5.
  15. Stump DA, Houle TT, Poston RS,. (2006). Statistical Interpretation: How you ask the question dictates the outcome.  Heart Surgery Forum Reviews, 4(2): 24-25.
  16. Plastaras CT, Heller DS, Sorosky BS, Houle TT. (2006) Pain reproduction during lumbosacral transforaminal epidural steroid injection does not affect outcome. Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation. 19(2-3): 57-60.
  17. Corcoran W, Butterworth J, Beck JC, Gerancher JC, Houle TT, Groban L. (2006). Local Anesthetic-Induced Cardiac Toxicity: A Survey of Contemporary Practice Strategies among Academic Anesthesiology Departments. Anesthesia & Analgesia. 103(5):1322-6.
  18. Houle TT, Dhingra, LK, Remble, TA, Rokicki LA, Penzien, DB. (2006). Not tonight, I have a headache? Headache, 46(6):983-90.
  19. Stanos S, Houle TT. (2006). Multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary management of chronic pain. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am. May;17(2):435-50, vii.
  20. Nicholson RA, Penzien DB, Lipchik GL, Houle TT. (2006). A role for blocked randomization. Headache, 46(2):343-5.
  21. Pan PH, Coghill R, Houle TT, Seid MH, Lindel WM, Parker RL, Washburn SA,Harris L, Eisenach JC. (2006). Multifactorial Preoperative Predictors for Postcesarean Section Pain and Analgesic Requirement. Anesthesiology, 104(3):417-425.



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