Psychological influences on repetition-induced summation of activity-related pain in patients with chronic low back pain.

@article{Sullivan2009PsychologicalIO,
  title={Psychological influences on repetition-induced summation of activity-related pain in patients with chronic low back pain.},
  author={Michael L Sullivan and Pascal Thibault and Juste Andrikonyte and Heather Butler and Richard Catchlove and Christian Larivi{\`e}re},
  journal={Pain},
  year={2009},
  volume={141 1-2},
  pages={70-8}
}
This study examined the role of pain catastrophizing, fear of movement and depression as determinants of repetition-induced summation of activity-related pain. The sample consisted of 90 (44 women and 46 men) work-disabled individuals with chronic low back pain. Participants were asked to lift a series of 18 canisters that varied according to weight (2.9kg, 3.4kg, 3.9kg) and distance from the body. The canisters were arranged in a 3x6 matrix and the weights were distributed such that each… CONTINUE READING
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