Pain-related activity patterns: measurement, interrelationships, and associations with psychosocial functioning.

@article{Cane2013PainrelatedAP,
  title={Pain-related activity patterns: measurement, interrelationships, and associations with psychosocial functioning.},
  author={Douglas B. Cane and Warren R. Nielson and Mary Rose Mccarthy and Dwight S. Mazmanian},
  journal={The Clinical journal of pain},
  year={2013},
  volume={29 5},
  pages={
          435-42
        }
}
OBJECTIVES Changes in activity frequently occur as a consequence of ongoing pain. Three activity patterns commonly observed among individuals with ongoing pain are avoidance, overdoing, and pacing. We conducted 2 studies investigating these activity patterns, their interrelationships, and their associations with key psychosocial factors. Study 1 describes the development of a measure, the Patterns of Activity-Pain (POAM-P), to assess these activity patterns; Study 2 examines the psychosocial… CONTINUE READING
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