|02-09-2011, 01:23 AM||#1|
New IASP book Chronic Pain: An Integrated Biobehavioral Approach
Chronic Pain: An Integrated Biobehavioral Approach
it seems to rely on Operant Conditioning Model of pain as forwarded by Fordyce.
Diane do you have any insights into the difference between Fordyce and Melzack? I'm wondering if it is worth buying this book.
|02-09-2011, 01:33 AM||#2|
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Not really, no insights Karen. I'm not familiar with Fordyce. I'm more familiar with Flor and Turk, at least their names. It's probably a good book.
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