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The measurement of clinical pain intensity: a comparison of six methods
&NA; The measurement of subjective pain intensity continues to be important to both researchers and clinicians. Although several scales are currently used to assess the intensity construct, itExpand
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Mechanisms of Self-Regulation: A Systems View
INTRODUCTION ... . .. . .. . .. . .. . ...... .. . .. . ....... ....... . . .. . .. . .. . ......... . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . . . . . . .. . .... ... . . .. . . . . . ... 23 PARADIGM VARIATIONS ANDExpand
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Coping with chronic pain: a critical review of the literature
&NA; A growing number of investigators have used models of stress and coping to help explain the differences in adjustment found among persons who experience chronic pain. This article reviews theExpand
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Fear-Avoidance Model of Chronic Pain: The Next Generation
Objective:The fear-avoidance (FA) model of chronic pain describes how individuals experiencing acute pain may become trapped into a vicious circle of chronic disability and suffering. We propose toExpand
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Assessing Global Pain Severity by Self-Report in Clinical and Health Services Research
In this article, the assessment of global pain severity in clinical and health services research is considered. Specifically, the focus is on assessing pain during a defined period by retrospectiveExpand
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Self‐Regulation Assessment and Intervention in Physical Health and Illness: A Review
L’autoregulation peut etre definie comme un processus d’orientation vers un objectif visant l’atteinte et le suivi de buts personnels. Dans cet article, on distingue trois phases dans ce processus:Expand
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Life regrets and current goals as predictors of psychological adjustment
Life regrets and current goals were examined as predictors of psychological adjustment in a sample of 155 Ss who rated these constructs along 13 theoretically derived dimensions. Relative to regrets,Expand
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A randomized controlled evaluation of an online chronic pain self management program
Summary Use of the Chronic Pain Management Program was associated with significant decreases in pain‐related, functional, and mental health outcomes and an increase in pain knowledge. AbstractExpand
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Social support and social norms: do both contribute to predicting leisure-time exercise?
OBJECTIVE To clarify the contribution of social support and social norms to exercise behavior. METHODS A sample of 363 college students completed a questionnaire that assessed social support andExpand
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