Patterns of pain-relevant social interactions.


Pasts studied have focused on the individual effects of Solicitous, Distracting, and Negative spousal responses to pain on patient's pain behavior and pain severity. Because spouses may emit any combination of these responses, this research examined the conjoint effects of marital satisfaction and these perceived spousal responses by using WISE "step-down… (More)


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@article{Weiss1995PatternsOP, title={Patterns of pain-relevant social interactions.}, author={Laura H. Weiss and Robert D. Kerns}, journal={International journal of behavioral medicine}, year={1995}, volume={2 2}, pages={157-71} }