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Objective: This study sought to explore some psychosocial factors that distinguished individuals with noncardiac chest pain (NCCP) from those without NCCP, and whether these psychosocial factors were associated with anxiety and depression that are co-morbid factors of NCCP. Methods: A matched case-control design was adopted to compare differences in psychosocial factors among a target group of patients with NCCP (N ϭ 70), a pain control group of patients with rheumatism (N ϭ 70), and adoi:10.1097/01.psy.0000041623.24456.99 pmid:12764218 fatcat:6gbdciaptrakdejczyja4nbckq