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The pain self‐efficacy questionnaire: Taking pain into account
  • M. Nicholas
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • European journal of pain
  • 1 February 2007
Self‐efficacy beliefs in people with chronic pain have been assessed either by reference to confidence in ability to perform specific tasks or to confidence in performing more generalised constructsExpand
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A classification of chronic pain for ICD-11
Chronic pain has been recognized as pain that persists past normal healing time5 and hence lacks the acute warning function of physiological nociception.35 Usually pain is regarded as chronic when itExpand
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A Randomized Controlled Trial of Intensive Neurophysiology Education in Chronic Low Back Pain
Objectives:Cognitive-behavioral pain management programs typically achieve improvements in pain cognitions, disability, and physical performance. However, it is not known whether the neurophysiologyExpand
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Development of a Short Form of the Örebro Musculoskeletal Pain Screening Questionnaire
Study Design. A longitudinal design where the questionnaire was completed at a pretest and predictive ability evaluated with a 1-year follow-up. A second sample was employed to provide a replication.Expand
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Pain self-efficacy beliefs and pain behaviour. A prospective study
&NA; This study examined the relationship between pain self‐efficacy beliefs and a range of pain behaviours, as measured by the pain behaviour questionnaire (PBQ), using a prospective design. AExpand
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Early Identification and Management of Psychological Risk Factors (“Yellow Flags”) in Patients With Low Back Pain: A Reappraisal
Originally the term “yellow flags” was used to describe psychosocial prognostic factors for the development of disability following the onset of musculoskeletal pain. The identification of yellowExpand
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What do the numbers mean? Normative data in chronic pain measures
&NA; Although self‐reported measures play a central role in the assessment of pain and its treatment, it has long been recognized that interpretation of these measures is severely limited by theExpand
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Effect of Motor Control Exercises Versus Graded Activity in Patients With Chronic Nonspecific Low Back Pain: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Background Motor control exercises to improve control and coordination of trunk muscles and graded activity under the principles of cognitive-behavioral therapy are 2 commonly used exerciseExpand
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The development of a battery of measures for assessing physical functioning of chronic pain patients
&NA; The physical performance of chronic pain patients is of major concern both for their assessment and for treatment evaluation. However, there are few widely used physical tests, a shortage ofExpand
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Chronic pain as a symptom or a disease: the IASP Classification of Chronic Pain for the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11)
Abstract Chronic pain is a major source of suffering. It interferes with daily functioning and often is accompanied by distress. Yet, in the International Classification of Diseases, chronic painExpand
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