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Pain coping is the purposeful effort people use to manage and minimize the negative impacts of pain. The scientific literature on pain coping conceptualizes its role in recovery as a reciprocal interactive process of psychological, social, and biological factors. The objective of this...
This dissertation is comprised of three articles that use neuropsychological research and technologies to consider the issues of organized flexibility, the self, and pain versus suffering. The first study outlines a theoretical model based on the contention that the human mind emerges in part...
Sex Differences in Central Nervous System Plasticity and Pain in Experimental Autoimmune EncephalomyelitisDownload
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a neurodegenerative autoimmune disease with many known structural and functional changes in the central nervous system (CNS). A well-recognized, but poorly understood, complication of MS is chronic pain. Little is known regarding the influence of sex on the development...
Chronic pain (CP) is a debilitating disorder that has a multitude of potential etiologies as well as numerous effects on the central and peripheral nervous systems. Even though CP is highly prevalent, these etiologies and effects are often misunderstood, which has led to a lack of adequate...