Gary J. Sipps

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The Pain Outcomes Profile (POP) is a brief, multidimensional measure intended to assess pain intensity, functioning, and affect. It is presented as a practical measure with clinical utility. Results of studies support its concurrent, construct and predictive validity at the scale level. However, there have been no published studies of the measure at the(More)
Past research that has examined preferences for different psychotherapy orientations has yielded inconsistent results. This study investigated whether the discrepant results are artifacts of the methods chosen. Stimulus context (therapy session vs. therapy description) and stimulus medium (audiovisual vs. written) were investigated in comparing preferences(More)
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