Personality Characteristics of Patients With Painby Robert Gatchel and J Weisberg American Psychological Association
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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, Richard C. Robinson; The Uses of the Millon Behavioural Health Inventory, the Millon Behavioural Medicine Diagnostic and the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory to Assess Personality, Neil Brockian et al; Non-Pathologic Factors in Chronic Pain - Implications for Assessment and Treatment, James B. Wade and Donald Price; The MMPI-2 and Chronic Pain, William W. Deardorff; The 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 Phillips and Robert J. Gatchel; Perceived Optimism and Chronic Pain Perceived Optimism and Chronic Pain, J.P. Garfalo; Studies Investigating the Prevalence of Personality Disorders in Patients with Chronic Pain, James Weisberg; How Practitioners Should Evaluate Personality to Help Manage Patients with Chronic Pain, Robert J. Gatchel; Personality and Pain - Summary and Future Perspectives, James Weisberg et al.