In the diathesis–stress model of pain proposed by Gatchel and Weisberg (2000), pain, as a potential stressor, exacerbates existing personality factors which impact upon coping responses that, in turn, impact on painrelated disability and heighten the experience of chronic pain.
Nonpathological Personality Characteristics of Pain. Relationship of Pain-Coping Strategies to Adjustment and Functioning -Donald E. DeGood. Locus of Control in the Patient With Chronic Pain -Janette L. Seville and Amy B. Robinson. Extraversion–Introversion and Chronic Pain -Jennifer M. Phillips and Robert J. Gatchel. Perceived Optimism and Chronic Pain -John P. Garofalo. How Practitioners Should Evaluate Personality to Help Manage Patients.
Personality Characteristics of Patients With Pain. Robert Gatchel, James N. Weisberg. Personality and Pain - an Overview, Robert J. Gatchel and James Weisberg The History of Psychoanalytic Ideas Concerning Pain, Harold Merskey Psychometric Testing - the Early Years and the MMPI. More). Relationship of pain-coping strategies to adjustment and functioning, Douglas E. DeGood - Locus on control in the patient with chronic pain, Janette L. Saville and Amy B. Robinson - rsion and chronic pain, Jennifer M. Gatchel - Perceived optimism and chronic pain, John P. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association Press. In R. J. Gatchel & J. N. Weisberg (Ed. Personality Characteristics of Patients with Pain. Bonica, J. (1953). The Management of Pain. Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger. Dersh, . Polatin, . & Gatchel, R. (2002). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Gatchel, R. (2001). A biopsychosocial overview of pre-treatment screening of patients with pain. The Clinical Journal of Pain, 17, 192–199.
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Robert J. Gatchel is an American psychologist. Weisberg JN, Gatchel RJ. American Psychological Association (APA); 2000. Categories: American psychologsts.
Author: Robert J. Gatchel,James N. Weisberg
Category: Health and Fitness
Subcategory: Diseases & Physical Ailments
Publisher: Amer Psychological Assn; 1 edition (February 1, 2000)
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