Caregivers' attentional bias to pain: does it affect caregiver accuracy in detecting patient pain behaviors?

@article{Mohammadi2015CaregiversAB,
  title={Caregivers' attentional bias to pain: does it affect caregiver accuracy in detecting patient pain behaviors?},
  author={Somayyeh Mohammadi and Mohsen Zahedi Dehghani and Ali Khatibi and Robbert Sanderman and Mari{\"e}t Hagedoorn},
  journal={Pain},
  year={2015},
  volume={156 1},
  pages={123-30}
}
Attentional bias to pain among family caregivers of patients with pain may enhance the detection of pain behaviors in patients. However, both relatively high and low levels of attentional bias may increase disagreement between patients and caregivers in reporting pain behaviors. This study aims to provide further evidence for the presence of attentional bias to pain among family caregivers, to examine the association between caregivers' attentional bias to pain and detecting pain behaviors, and… CONTINUE READING