Relationship status and quality moderate daily pain-related changes in physical disability, affect, and cognitions in women with chronic pain

@article{Taylor2013RelationshipSA,
  title={Relationship status and quality moderate daily pain-related changes in physical disability, affect, and cognitions in women with chronic pain},
  author={Shannon Stark Taylor and Mary C. Davis and Alex J. Zautra},
  journal={PAIN®},
  year={2013},
  volume={154},
  pages={147-153}
}
The objectives of this study were to examine whether (1) daily pain-related changes in physical functioning differed between happily partnered, unhappily partnered, and unpartnered female chronic pain patients, and (2) affect and pain cognitions mediated the partner status effect on pain-related changes in physical functioning. Two hundred fifty-one women with chronic pain due to osteoarthritis and/or fibromyalgia completed 30 daily electronic diaries assessing pain, affect, pain-related… CONTINUE READING

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