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L. Crue, 1984. In P. D. Wall and R. ), Textbook of Pain. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone (p. 823). Reprinted with permission, Longman Group, Ltd. Note. 3. , obscure abdominal pain) Diagnosis of the Patient with Chronic Pain by H. Merskey, 1978, Journal 3-7. Reprinted with permission of the author, Harold Merskey, D. M. Note. Status of Contemporary Diagnostic-Classificatory of Human Stress, schemes Recent years have seen major advances in the way clinical pain is conceptualized. It is less fashionable for contemporary diagnosticians, who no longer view pain as a purely sensory event, to seek to disentangle psychogenic pain 4, The Biomedical Context 31 from true organic pain.

J. Pinsky and B. L. Crue, 1984. In P. D. Wall and R. ), Textbook of Pain. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone (p. 823). Reprinted with permission, Longman Group, Ltd. Note. 3. , obscure abdominal pain) Diagnosis of the Patient with Chronic Pain by H. Merskey, 1978, Journal 3-7. Reprinted with permission of the author, Harold Merskey, D. M. Note. Status of Contemporary Diagnostic-Classificatory of Human Stress, schemes Recent years have seen major advances in the way clinical pain is conceptualized.

E M G biofeedback and tension h e a d a c h e : A c o n t r o l l e d o u t c o m e s t u d y . Psychosomatic Medicine, 35, p p . 4 8 4 - 4 9 6 . 2. We call this instrument the Behavior Rating Scale because it asks patients to rate the intensity of their pain in terms of its effects on their behavior. T h e BRS has demonstrated its validity as a measure of pain intensity through its significant correlation with other measures of pain intensity and its lesser correlations with measures of other subjective components of pain (Andrasik, Blanchard, Ahles, Pallmeyer, & Barron, 1981; Jensen, Karoly, & Braver, 1986), as well as by its demonstrated sensitivity to treatment effects (Budzynski, Stoyva, Adler, & Mullaney, 1973).

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