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Nicole Flory, PhD

Licensed Psychologist

Publications

Selected Scientific Publications cited by Radiology& Precision Imaging:
Distress in the Radilogy Waiting Room
Patients’ Uncertainty a Major Stressor – Quality Diagnostic Imaging Helps

Selected Scientific Publications cited by Harvard Catalyst. Harvard Catalyst brings together the intellectual force, technologies, and clinical expertise of Harvard University and its affiliates and community to reduce the burden of human illness.

Scientific Articles

  1. Reissing, E.D., Flory, N., Binik, Y.M, & Khalife, S. (2000). Kritische Ueberlegungen zum diagnostischen Konzept des Vaginismus (Critical Thoughts on the Diagnositic Concept of Vaginismus). Zeitschrift fuer Sexualforschung, 13, 1-9.
  2. Binik, Y.M., Reissing, E.D., Pukall, C.F., Flory, N. , Payne, K., & Khalife, S. (2002). The sexual pain disorders: Genital pain or sexual dysfunction? Archives of Sexual Behavior, 31, 425-431.
  3. Flory, N., Bissonnette, F., Binik, Y.M. (2005). The Psychosocial Effects of Hysterectomy: A Literature Review. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 59, 117-129.
  4. Flory, N., Bissonnette, F., Amsel, R.T., & Binik, Y.M. (2006). The Psychosocial Effects of Hysterectomy: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 3, 483-491
  5. Flory, N., Salazar, G., & Lang, E.V. (2007). Hypnosis for Acute Distress Management during Medical Procedures. International of Journal of Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis, 55, 303-317
  6. Flory, N. & Lang, E.V. (2008). Practical hypnotic interventions during invasive cancer diagnosis and treatment. Hematology/Oncology Clinics in North America, 22, 709-725.
  7. Flory, N. & Lang, E.V. (2010). Hypnosis in Interventional Radiology and Outpatient Procedure Settings; Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy; Ed.: Deidra Barrett, Volume II, 145-164.
  8. Flory, N. & Lang, E.V. (2011). Distress in the Radiology waiting room. Radiology, 260,166-173.

 

Teaching Exhibits

  1. Flory, N.* & Graham, C. (1999). Differences in the Sexual Experience of Women and Men. Poster presentation at the first annual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH), Boston, Massachusetts, USA. (* presenting author)
  2. Flory, N.*, Binik, Y.M, & Bissonnette, F. (2003). The Psychosexual Effects of Total and Subtotal Hysterectomy. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the International Academy of Sex Research (IASR), Bloomington, Indiana, USA. (* presenting author)
  3. Flory, N.*, Bissonnette, F., Amsel, R.T., & Binik, Y.M. (2005). Hysterectomy Improves Certain Types of Pelvic Pain. Annual McGill Pain Day, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. (* presenting author)
  4. Flory, N.*, Bissonnette, F., Amsel, R. T., & Binik, Y.M. (2005). Hysterectomy Improves Psychological Functioning. Poster presentation at the 66th Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA), Montreal, Quebec, Canada. (* presenting author)
  5. Flory, N.*, Bissonnette, F., Amsel, R. T., & Binik, Y.M. (2005). Total and Subtotal Hysterectomy May Improve Sexual Functioning. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the International Academy of Sex Research (IASR), Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. (* presenting author)
  6. Flory, N.*, Faintuch, S., & Lang, E.V. (2007). “Psychological Distress in Women Waiting for Radiology Procedures: When Lack of Diagnosis Is Worse than Treatment”.  Morrison Research Day, Department of Radiology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School. (* presenting author)
  7. Flory, N.*, Faintuch, S., Salazar, G., & Lang, E.V. (2007). “When being nice does not suffice”.  Harvard Medical Education Day, Harvard Medical School. (* presenting author)
  8. Flory, N.* & Lang, E.V. (2007). “Heart Rate Variability (HRV) as an Indicator for Hypnotic Relaxation during Medical Procedures”.  Morrison Research Day, Department of Radiology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School. (* presenting author)
  9. Flory, N. & Lang, E.V. (2008). Stress in the waiting room: Waiting for breast biopsy can be more challenging then waiting for invasive treatment. Annual meeting Era of Hope, Department of Defense, Breast Cancer Research Program,  Baltimore, MD, USA.
  10. Lang, E., Berbaum, K.S., Laser, E., Berbaum, M.L., Flory, N., & Baum, J. (2008). Self-Hypnotic Relaxation for Large Core Breast Biopsy: A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial. Annual meeting Era of Hope, Department of Defense, Breast Cancer Research Program,  Baltimore, MD, USA.
  11. Flory, N.*, Faintuch, S., Salazar G.M., & Lang, E.V. (2008). When “extra nice” does not suffice – but jeopardizes the patient. Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA, USA. (* presenting author)
  12. Flory, N.*, Faintuch, S., & Lang, E.V. (2008). Awaiting diagnosis can be more stressful than cancer treatment. Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA, USA. (* presenting author)

 


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