Psychological factors in the treatment of chronic low back pain. Follow-up study of a back school intervention.

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The aim of the study was to investigate the role of certain psychological factors (e.g. neurotic features, alexithymia, and hostility) as intervening variables modifying the outcome of the back school intervention or correlating with spontaneous recovery. The results indicated that those patients who reacted favorably to the back school intervention could… (More)

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