Does past pain influence current pain: biological and psychosocial models of sex differences.

@article{Rollman2004DoesPP,
  title={Does past pain influence current pain: biological and psychosocial models of sex differences.},
  author={Gary B. Rollman and Jennifer Abdel-Shaheed and Joanne M Gillespie and Kevin S. Jones},
  journal={European journal of pain},
  year={2004},
  volume={8 5},
  pages={427-33}
}
Previous studies have generally indicated sizeable sex differences for both laboratory pain reactivity and clinical pain reports. Numerous biological and psychosocial models have been invoked to account for these findings, but the laboratory and clinical findings have generally been examined in isolation. This paper reviews data which show a relationship between past clinical pain experiences and current responses to experimentally induced pain. Individuals with a greater pain history tend to… CONTINUE READING

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