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Social and interpersonal dynamics in pain : we don't suffer alone

Author: Tine Vervoort; Kai Karos; Zina Trost; Kenneth M Prkachin
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2018]
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This groundbreaking analysis moves our knowledge of pain and its effects from the biomedical model to one accounting for its complex psychosocial dimensions. Starting with its facial and physical display, pain is shown in its manifold social contexts - in the lifespan, in a family unit, expressed by a member of a gender and/or race - and as observed by others. These observations by caregivers and family are shown as  Read more...
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All Authors / Contributors: Tine Vervoort; Kai Karos; Zina Trost; Kenneth M Prkachin
ISBN: 9783319783406 3319783408
OCLC Number: 1046075584
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Preface --
Part I: Theoretical Foundations --
Chapter 1: Why Do We Care? Evolutionary Mechanisms in the Social Dimension of Pain --
Chapter 2: Toward the Social Communication Model of Pain --
Chapter 3: Developmental Dimensions in Understanding Interpersonal Features of Pain --
Chapter 4: An Affective-Motivational Account of Interpersonal Dynamics in Pain --
Part II: A Science of Pain Expression --
Chapter 5: Pain Behaviour: Unitary or Multidimensional Phenomenon? --
Chapter 6: When, How and Why Do We Express Pain? --
Chapter 7: Automatic, Objective, and Efficient Measurement of Pain Using Automated Face Analysis --
Part III: The Neuroscience of Interpersonal Pain Dynamics --
Chapter 8: The Neural Signature of Empathy for Physical Pain ... Not Quite There Yet! --
Chapter 9: On the Overlap between Physical and Social Pain --
Chapter 10: Bridging the Gap between People and Animals: The Roots of Social Behavior and its Relationship to Pain --
Part IV: Effects of Facing Others in Pain --
Chapter 11: The Spectrum of Third-Person Pain: From Observation to Action --
Chapter 12: Facing Others in Pain: Why Context Matters --
Part V: Observer Responses to Others' Pain --
Chapter 13: Beyond Operant Theory of Observer Reinforcement of Pain Behavior --
Chapter 14: The Role of Non-Verbal Features of Caregiving Behaviour --
Chapter 15: Interpersonal Pain Dynamics in Couples: Interactions between Spouses' Physical Health Predict Caregiver Outcomes --
Chapter 16: Caregiving Impact Upon Sufferers' Cognitive Functioning --
Part VI: Across the Lifespan --
Chapter 17: Pain in Infancy: The Primacy of the Social Context --
Chapter 18: An Ecological and Lifespan Approach of Social Influences on Childhood Pain Experiences --
Chapter 19: Pain in Older Adults: Caregiver Challenges --
Part VII: Societal Context --
Chapter 20: Sex and Gender as Socio-Cultural Factors in Pain --
Chapter 21: Race and Pain: A Dual Injustice --
Part VIII: Towards Change: Targets and Methods for Intervention --
Chapter 22: Towards Change: Targeting Individual and Interpersonal Processes in Therapeutic Interventions for Chronic Pain --
Part IX: Conclusion --
Chapter 23: Where We've Been, Where We're At, Where Do We Go From Here?
Responsibility: Tine Vervoort, Kai Karos, Zina Trost, and Kenneth M. Prkachin, editors.

Abstract:

This groundbreaking analysis moves our knowledge of pain and its effects from the biomedical model to one accounting for its complex psychosocial dimensions. Starting with its facial and physical display, pain is shown in its manifold social contexts - in the lifespan, in a family unit, expressed by a member of a gender and/or race - and as observed by others. These observations by caregivers and family are shown as vital to the social dynamic of pain - as observers react to sufferers - pain, and as these reactions affect those suffering. The book's findings should enhance practitioners understanding of pain to develop more effective individualized treatments for clients' pain experience, and inspire researchers as well. Among the topics covered: Why do we care? Evolutionary mechanisms in the social dimension of pain. When, how, and why do we express pain? On the overlap between physical and social pain. Facing others in pain: why context matters. Caregiving impact upon sufferers' cognitive functioning. Targeting individual and interpersonal processes in therapeutic interventions for chronic pain. Social and Interpersonal Dynamics in Pain will be a valuable resource for clinicians who deal in pain practice and management, as well as for students and researchers interested in the social, interpersonal, and emotional variables that contribute to pain, the processes with which pain is associated, and the psychology of pain in general.

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<http:\/\/worldcat.org\/isbn\/9783319783406<\/a>>\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0a \nschema:ProductModel<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:isbn<\/a> \"3319783408<\/span>\" ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:isbn<\/a> \"9783319783406<\/span>\" ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0.\n\n\n<\/div>\n