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27 year old adults age range attitudes toward pain atypical patients atypical white patients behavioral responses beliefs about pain beliefs and behaviors Birthplace black Americans black culture Black patients reported Chapter content analysis cues cultural norms data suggested delay describe pain diagnosis differences double matched enculturation entire sample experiences with pain formal education grade education group of doctors handling pain high pain tolerance high school home remedies hospitalized black hurt ignore illness Impliedi included mother N/town Northern born nurse's sex NURSING APPROACH Old American old female old male pain behavior pain beliefs pain threshold parents Patients were asked pattern person presented in Table Previous hospitalizations probably registered nurses related to pain relieve pain report pain results are presented seeking medical severe pain socioeconomic class specific Strong Memorial Hospital symptoms TABL3 three atypical white Total University of Rochester verbal volunteered white Americans white nurse white patients reported Zborowski