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Pain and Behavioral Medicine: A Cognitive-Behavioral Perspective

by Denis Turk Guilford Publications
Pub Date:
02/1987
ISBN:
9780898629170
Format:
Pbk 452 pages
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AU$126.00 NZ$129.57
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Contents I. The Nature of Cognitive-Behavior Modification: Application to Behavioral Medicine 1. A Cognitive-Behavioral Perspective of the Therapy Process 2. Behavioral Medicine: A Cognitive-Behavioral Perspective 3. Behavioral Medicine: Cognitive-Behavioral Applications in Health Promotion, Disease, and Illness II. Pain: A Cognitive-Behavioral Perspective 4. Pain: Its Impact 5. Psychological Variables and Pain 6. Chronic Pain: Psychologically Oriented Approaches to Treatment 7. Current Psychological Treatments for Pain: A Cognitive-Behavioral Perspective III. Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Pain 8. Patient Resistence, Treatment Adherence, and Therapist Styles 9. Initial Phase of Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment: Part I 10. Initial Phase of Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment: Part II 11. Skills-Acquisition and Consolidation Phase: Part I 12. Skills-Acquisition and Consolidation Phase: Part II 13. Application and Follow-Through Phase IV. Future Directions 14. Afterthoughts and Implications Appendix A. Instructions for Behavioral Trials Appendix B. Information to Referral Sources Appendix C. Patient Pain Questionnaire Appendix D. Significant Others Pain Questionnaire Appendix E. Voluntary Control of Appraisal

I. The Nature of Cognitive-Behavior Modification: Application to Behavioral Medicine1. A Cognitive-Behavioral Perspective of the Therapy Process2. Behavioral Medicine: A Cognitive-Behavioral Perspective3. Behavioral Medicine: Cognitive-Behavioral Applications in Health Promotion, Disease, and IllnessII. Pain: A Cognitive-Behavioral Perspective4. Pain: Its Impact5. Psychological Variables and Pain6. Chronic Pain: Psychologically Oriented Approaches to Treatment7. Current Psychological Treatments for Pain: A Cognitive-Behavioral PerspectiveIII. Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Pain8. Patient Resistence, Treatment Adherence, and Therapist Styles9. Initial Phase of Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment: Part I10. Initial Phase of Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment: Part II11. Skills-Acquisition and Consolidation Phase: Part I12. Skills-Acquisition and Consolidation Phase: Part II13. Application and Follow-Through PhaseIV. Future Directions14. Afterthoughts and ImplicationsAppendix A. Instructions for Behavioral TrialsAppendix B. Information to Referral SourcesAppendix C. Patient Pain QuestionnaireAppendix D. Significant Others Pain QuestionnaireAppendix E. Voluntary Control of Appraisal

Dennis C. Turk is Professor of Psychiatry, Anesthesiology, and Behavioral Science, and Director of the Pain Evaluation and Treatment Institute at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He has published over 170 journal articles and chapters in books. Among the seven books he has either authored or edited are MDULPain and Behavioral MedicineMDNM, MDULPain Management: A Handbook of Psychological Treatment ApproachesMDNM, and MDULFacilitating Treatment Adherence: A Practitioner's GuidebookMDNM. A founding member of both the International Association for the Study of Pain and the American Pain Society, Dr. Turk is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research, and the Society of Behavioral Medicine.