Associations between pain appraisals and pain outcomes: meta-analyses of laboratory pain and chronic pain literatures.

@article{Jackson2014AssociationsBP,
  title={Associations between pain appraisals and pain outcomes: meta-analyses of laboratory pain and chronic pain literatures.},
  author={Todd Jackson and Yang Wang and Huiyong Fan},
  journal={The journal of pain : official journal of the American Pain Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={15 6},
  pages={586-601}
}
UNLABELLED In this research, meta-analyses were performed to evaluate associations between primary appraisals of pain as a source of threat and/or challenge and responses to 1) noxious laboratory stimuli and 2) chronic noncancer pain. Twenty-two laboratory pain studies comprising 2,031 participants and 59 chronic pain studies based on 9,135 patients were identified for analysis. For laboratory pain, elevated threat appraisals were linked to overall increases in reported pain, reduced pain… CONTINUE READING
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