Concise Encyclopedia of Pain Psychology

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Taylor & Francis, Sep 19, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 203 pages
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Convenient encyclopedic format with concise, up-to-date references!

The Concise Encyclopedia of Pain Psychology provides you with up-to-date information on a broad range of topics on pain psychology—all in one volume. Dr. Roger B. Fillingim, one of the foremost international authorities on pain psychology, has authored an invaluable encyclopedia that makes reference fast, easy, and accurate. This single source provides the basic information you need to find—in a compact, useful form that is less expensive and more convenient to use than full-length textbooks and references.

The field of pain psychology has a long history, and its scientific and clinical contributions in pain management have grown exponentially over the past several decades. The Concise Encyclopedia of Pain Psychology compresses this information down to an easy-to-use form, bringing to your desk a valuable, informative source for terms, definitions, classic papers, and important findings in the field of pain psychology. This resource, with its comprehensive bibliography of source material, is a must-have for your library.

The Concise Encyclopedia of Pain Psychology presents:
  • A-to-Z listings of pain psychology topics
  • up-to-date information
  • terms, descriptions, definitions, and important findings, all well-researched and accurate
  • an extensive bibliography for each entry to allow further detailed study of topics
The Concise Encyclopedia of Pain Psychology is a broad range concise reference source perfect for psychologists, physicians, professional health care providers, medical students, graduate students, or anyone researching pain and pain psychology.

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