What's in a Name? The Case of Emotional Disclosure of Pain-Related Distress.

Abstract

Pain behavior plays a key role in many theoretical models of pain, with many of these models conceptualizing pain behaviors as potentially detrimental to patient functioning. We propose that a certain class of behaviors-talking to others about one's pain-related distress (ie, emotional disclosures of pain-related distress)-can be distinguished from other… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jpain.2017.01.008

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@article{Cano2017WhatsIA, title={What's in a Name? The Case of Emotional Disclosure of Pain-Related Distress.}, author={A. I. Diaz Cano and Liesbet Goubert}, journal={The journal of pain : official journal of the American Pain Society}, year={2017}, volume={18 8}, pages={881-888} }