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Multimethod Assessment of Chronic Pain is a guidebook diagnosing chronic pain. The title presents the framework and methods for pain assessment, which serves as the basis for the systematic treatment of chronic pain. The text first covers the multiple contexts of chronic pain, and then proceeds to tackling the biomedical context. Next, the selection talks about the subjective pain experience, along with the measures of psychological status. Chapter 5 discusses the biophysical measurement, while Chapter 6 covers the behavioral observation methods. The text also details clinical pain interview and the selection and integration of pain measures. The book will be of great use to students of therapeutics related degrees. The text will also serve health professionals as a reference.
Preface and Acknowledgments
Chapter 1. The Multiple Contexts of Chronic Pain
Chapter 2. The Biomedical Context
Chapter 3· Measures of the Subjective Pain Experience
Chapter 4. Measures of Psychological Status
Chapter 5· Biophysical Measurement
Chapter 6. Behavioral Observation Methods
Chapter 7. The Clinical Pain Interview
Chapter 8. The Selection and Integration of Pain Measures
Chapter 9. Afterword
About the Authors
Psychology Practitioner Guidebooks List
- No. of pages:
- © Pergamon 1987
- 1st January 1987
- eBook ISBN:
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