Psychology of pain

Wiley, 1995 - 348 sidor
This trailblazing book contains an integrated and up-to-the-minute synthesis of the broad and interdisciplinary research pertinent to the psychology of pain. Demonstrates the lack of detailed attention to social factors in the study of pain along with its clinical importance. Tracks prospective patients from the time they detect their symptoms through the various social processes of becoming a chronic pain patient. Describes how lay beliefs and the influence of others affect interpretations of illness and the decision to visit a doctor. Offers a new social psychological model for the study of pain.

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