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International Journal of Applied Positive Psychology
Chronic pain is a multi-faceted, pervasive condition associated with significant psychosocial impairment. Positive psychological interventions (PPIs) are increasingly delivered in clinical settings, with recent research offering evidence supporting the application of PPIs in predominantly mental-health contexts. To date, no review has considered the impact of PPIs applied in physical-health settings. The aim of this systematic review is to collate the available evidence and identifydoi:10.1007/s41042-016-0003-6 fatcat:pi6psyktjfbd7dv5vldfiz5m4i