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When Do We Not Face Our Fears? Investigating the Boundary Conditions of Costly Pain-Related Avoidance Generalization

The science of understanding avoidance behavior when an individual has chronic pain.

Hierarchical clustering by patient-reported pain distribution alone identifies distinct chronic pain subgroups differing by pain intensity, quality, and clinical outcomes

The science of understanding the 9 chronic pain subgroups.

Psychopathology of Chronic Pain (graduate paper)

This paper explores the relationship between psychopathology and chronic pain within the literature as well as from a clinical perspective. Working in the pain management field for several years, questions have come up about this relationship and how exactly does psychotherapy help a person in obvious physical pain. In fact, what is pain anyway?

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