Coping strategies of chronic and acute pain patients: Clinical and experimental pain.

Brenda Leigh. Ferguson
The present investigation sought to investigate the coping strategies of chronic pain, acute pain patients and pain-free controls in three areas: (1) Clinical pain; (2) Experimental acute pain and (3) Non-pain stressors. Clinical pain coping strategies were assessed with the Coping Strategy Questionnaire (CSQ) while coping with a non-pain stressor was assessed by the Ways of Coping. Experimental acute pain was induced with a pressure pain device. Pain tolerance and pain ratings were taken. Following...
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