Pain acceptance-based coping in complex regional pain syndrome Type I: daily relations with pain intensity, activity, and mood


This study aimed to examine the temporal patterning of pain acceptance-based coping, activity, and mood in patients with complex regional pain syndrome Type I (CRPS-I), by using a daily diary method. A total of 30 patients with CRPS-I seeking treatment in a tertiary pain management center located in Seoul, Korea participated in the study. Multilevel random… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10865-012-9448-7

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