Robert J. Gatchel
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Part I: Conceptual, Diagnostic, and Methodological Issues. Turk, Monarch, Biopsychosocial Perspective on Chronic Pain. Gatchel, Dersh, Psychological Disorders and Chronic Pain: Are There… Expand
Data were analyzed for 277 acute and chronic temporomandibular disorder (TMD) patients to determine if there was a relationship between psychological and physical diagnoses. A significant (p < .01)… Expand
It is a common clinical observation that patients with chronic pain also manifest concurrent psychiatric illness, most commonly depression. The association between chronic pain and depression remains… Expand
Objective: The present study takes a new approach to understanding how presenteeism relates to chronic pain or disability patient outcomes. Methods: The sample consisted of 2191 consecutive chronic… Expand
avoiders we need a reliable means for choosing the attendin.gs to staff the clinic. How does the age and sex of the treating doctor affect the outcome of treatment for the patient? What is the effect… Expand