Activity interruptions by pain impair activity resumption, but not more than activity interruptions by other stimuli: an experimental investigation.

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Interrupting ongoing activities whilst intending to resume them later is a natural response to pain. Whereas this response facilitates pain management, at the same time it may also disrupt task performance. Previous research has shown that activity interruptions by pain impair subsequent resumption of the activity, but not more than pain-irrelevant… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/j.pain.0000000000001079

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@article{Gatzounis2017ActivityIB, title={Activity interruptions by pain impair activity resumption, but not more than activity interruptions by other stimuli: an experimental investigation.}, author={Rena Gatzounis and Martien G. S. Schrooten and Geert Crombez and Johan W. S. Vlaeyen}, journal={Pain}, year={2017} }