Cognitions, coping and social environment predict adjustment to phantom limb pain.

@article{Jensen2002CognitionsCA,
  title={Cognitions, coping and social environment predict adjustment to phantom limb pain.},
  author={Mark P Jensen and Dawn Marie Ehde and Amy Jude Hoffman and David R. Patterson and Joseph M. Czerniecki and Lawrence R. Robinson},
  journal={Pain},
  year={2002},
  volume={95 1-2},
  pages={133-42}
}
Biopsychosocial models of chronic pain hypothesize a role for psychological and environmental factors in adjustment to chronic pain. To test the utility of such models for understanding phantom limb pain, 61 persons with recent amputations were administered measures of average phantom limb pain intensity, pain interference, depression, pain coping use, pain cognitions and appraisals, and social environmental variables 1 month post-amputation, and the measures of pain intensity, pain… CONTINUE READING
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