Psychosocial Factors Related to Return to Work Following Rehabilitation of Whiplash Injuries

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The present study examined the effects of pain chronicity on the responsiveness of psychosocial variables to intervention for whiplash injuries. Participants (N = 75) were work disabled patients with a diagnosis of Whiplash Grade II and were clients in a 10-week community-based, psychosocial intervention aimed at facilitating return to work. Individuals… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10926-007-9082-3

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@article{Adams2007PsychosocialFR, title={Psychosocial Factors Related to Return to Work Following Rehabilitation of Whiplash Injuries}, author={Heather R. Adams and Tamra Ellis and William D. Stanish and Michael J. Sullivan}, journal={Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation}, year={2007}, volume={17}, pages={305-315} }