Adolescent social development and chronic pain.

  title={Adolescent social development and chronic pain.},
  author={Christopher Eccleston and Sarah Wastell and Geert Crombez and Abbie Jordan},
  journal={European journal of pain},
  volume={12 6},
Adolescents with chronic pain report disability, distress and reduced social functioning. A clinical sample of 110 adolescents, with a mean four year history of pain, was investigated for the psychosocial impact of pain on social development. All participants completed a range of self-report measures of pain intensity, disability, distress, social and family functioning. Also completed was the Bath Adolescent Pain Questionnaire, including its development subscale. The development subscale… CONTINUE READING


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