Ethnicity and pain: a biocultural model.


Zborowski's pioneering research in the 1950s noted ethnic differences in pain response. Subsequent clinical research has focused on ethnic variability in psychological, attitudinal and behavioral response but generally has ignored sociocultural influences on the perceptual component of pain. In light of Melzack and Wall's gate-control theory, it now appears… (More)


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