Scientists and practitioners from the medical and behavioral sciences bring diverse perspectives to...
Scientists and practitioners from the medical and behavioral sciences bring diverse perspectives to bear on the clinical diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of the chronic pain patient. The emphasis is on the interrelatedness of psychological and neurological factors in both the production of pain and in the perception and response to pain-related disorders. Also addressed are economic, ethical, psychosocial, and ethnic factors that influence such disorders. Volume 1 is available individually at $50, Volume 2 at $65. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.