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There are relatively few outcome studies of multidisciplinary chronic pain programs which have utilized no-treatment comparison groups. The present study compared a group of chronic pain patients (N = 42) treated in a comprehensive multidisciplinary pain program with a group of patients (N = 15) who were evaluated but not treated. Comparisons were made at(More)
The present study compared a computerized health education format to face-to-face and written methods. The effects of delivery method on the retention of health information and on participant evaluation of the condition were assessed. College student participants (N = 200) were randomly assigned to one of four conditions (computerized, face-to-face,(More)
The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) has been used extensively in the assessment of chronic pain patients. More recent studies using cluster-analytic techniques, investigation of sub-scales, and factor analysis have refined its usefulness. The present study factor-analyzed MMPI-2 data from a sample of 114 chronic pain patients from two(More)
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