Rita Canaipa

Professor Auxiliar

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É Doutorada em Neurociências pela Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de Lisboa, Mestre em Psicologia do Desenvolvimento e Licenciada em Psicologia pela Faculdade de Psicologia da Universidade de Lisboa.

Desde 2004 que se dedica à intervenção psicológica no âmbito da dor crónica, sendo especialista em Psicoterapia na Myos, Associação Nacional contra a Fibromialgia e Síndrome de Fadiga Crónica.

Atualmente, é também investigadora do Centro de Investigação Interdisciplinar em Saúde (CIIS) onde estuda o impacto das emoções nos mecanismos da dor aguda e da dor crónica.

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A psicogénese dos argumentos operatórios : identidade, compensação e reversibilidade em provas piagetianas de conservação

Canaipa, R. , Canaipa, Rita Isabel Mangerico, 1978-. (2005). A psicogénese dos argumentos operatórios : identidade, compensação e reversibilidade em provas piagetianas de conservação.
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Can health care providers recognise a fibromyalgia personality?

Canaipa, R. , Da Silva JA. (2017). Can health care providers recognise a fibromyalgia personality?.
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Correlations between within-subject variability of pain intensity reports and rubber hand illusion proprioceptive drift

Canaipa, R. , Duarte Santos. (2023). Correlations between within-subject variability of pain intensity reports and rubber hand illusion proprioceptive drift. Neuroscience Letters
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En pointe: dancers report their pain less variably than do controls.

Canaipa, R. , Canaipa R. (2020). En pointe: dancers report their pain less variably than do controls.. The journal of pain : official journal of the American Pain Society
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Feeling Hurt: Pain Sensitivity is Correlated with and Modulated by Social Distress

Caldas, A., Canaipa, R. , Canaipa, R.. (2016). Feeling Hurt: Pain Sensitivity is Correlated with and Modulated by Social Distress. Clinical Journal of Pain
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Impaired Pain Modulation in Fibromyalgia Patients in Response to Social Distress Manipulation.

Caldas, A., Canaipa, R. , Canaipa R. (2016). Impaired Pain Modulation in Fibromyalgia Patients in Response to Social Distress Manipulation.. Clinical Journal of Pain
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Is anxiety related to higher vulnerability to a body illusion? Results from the classical rubber hand illusion paradigm

Canaipa, R. , Duarte Santos. (2023). Is anxiety related to higher vulnerability to a body illusion? Results from the classical rubber hand illusion paradigm. National Meeting of the Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Health (CIIS), Sintra, Portugal, 31/03/23
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Mecanismos de dor nas espondiloartrites e a relação com o desempenho cognitivo

Canaipa, R. , Marlene de Fátima Müller. (2023). Mecanismos de dor nas espondiloartrites e a relação com o desempenho cognitivo. Revista Liberato
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No Relationships Between the Within-Subjects’ Variability of Pain Intensity Reports and Variability of Other Bodily Sensations Reports

Canaipa, R. (2019). No Relationships Between the Within-Subjects’ Variability of Pain Intensity Reports and Variability of Other Bodily Sensations Reports. Frontiers in Neuroscience
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O processamento da dor física e da dor social

Canaipa, R. , Canaipa, Rita. (2014). O processamento da dor física e da dor social.
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Pain accuracy : is there a link between accuracy in pain report and accuracy in interoception and taste tasks?

Canaipa, R. , Agostinho, Mariana Ribolhos. (2019). Pain accuracy : is there a link between accuracy in pain report and accuracy in interoception and taste tasks?.
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Pain reporting accuracy and ability to accurately report other bodily sensations in dancers

Canaipa, R. , Mendonça, Diogo Manuel Garanito. (2019). Pain reporting accuracy and ability to accurately report other bodily sensations in dancers.
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Pain Reporting Accuracy: Is There a Link Between Accuracy of Pain Report and Accuracy of Reports of Other Sensations?

Canaipa, R. , Mariana Agostinho. (2018). Pain Reporting Accuracy: Is There a Link Between Accuracy of Pain Report and Accuracy of Reports of Other Sensations?. 17th World Congress on Pain., Boston, United States, 13/09/18
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Relations between short-term memory and the within-subject variability of experimental pain intensity reports: Results from healthy and Fibromyalgia patients

Canaipa, R. , Rita Canaipa. (2022). Relations between short-term memory and the within-subject variability of experimental pain intensity reports: Results from healthy and Fibromyalgia patients. PLOS ONE
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Reliability of the within-subjects variability of pain reports as assessed by the focused analgesia selection test (fast)

Canaipa, R. , Mariana Agostinho. (2023). Reliability of the within-subjects variability of pain reports as assessed by the focused analgesia selection test (fast). 13th Congress of the European Pain Federation EFIC, Budapest, Hungary, 20/09/23
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Social distress and pain modulation : findings from healthy ans chronic pain patients

Canaipa, R., Caldas, A. , Canaipa, Rita Isabel Mangerico, 1978-. (2016). Social distress and pain modulation : findings from healthy ans chronic pain patients.
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The relationship between the ability to detect ascending sensory signals, and the emotions and beliefs in expectations of pain reduction - an experimental conditioning task

Canaipa, R. , Mariana Agostinho. (2023). The relationship between the ability to detect ascending sensory signals, and the emotions and beliefs in expectations of pain reduction - an experimental conditioning task. National Meeting of the Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Health (CIIS), Sintra, Portugal, 31/03/23
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True and error variance: Assessing the sources of variability in experimental pain and its relations with pain sensitivity and pain modulation

Canaipa, R. , Khallouf, Amira Buz. (2019). True and error variance: Assessing the sources of variability in experimental pain and its relations with pain sensitivity and pain modulation.
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Variabilidade nos relatos de dor e a sua relação com a memória de curto prazo em indivíduos com fibromialgia

Canaipa, R. , Magalhães, Ana Rita Pinheiro Figueiredo. (2019). Variabilidade nos relatos de dor e a sua relação com a memória de curto prazo em indivíduos com fibromialgia.