Parental catastrophizing about their child’s pain. The parent version of the Pain Catastrophizing Scale (PCS-P): A preliminary validation

@article{Goubert2006ParentalCA,
  title={Parental catastrophizing about their child’s pain. The parent version of the Pain Catastrophizing Scale (PCS-P): A preliminary validation},
  author={Liesbet Goubert and Chris Eccleston and Tine Vervoort and Abbie Jordan and Geert Crombez},
  journal={PAIN},
  year={2006},
  volume={123},
  pages={254-263}
}
Numerous studies have found evidence for the role of catastrophizing about pain in adjustment to pain in both adults and children. However, the social context influencing pain and pain behaviour has been largely ignored. Especially in understanding the complexities of childhood pain, family processes may be of major importance. In line with the crucial role of pain catastrophizing in explaining adjustment and disability in adults and children, this study investigates the role of parental… CONTINUE READING
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