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Self-pain enmeshment: Future possible selves, sociotropy, autonomy and adjustment to chronic pain
The aims of this study were to replicate and extend previous observations on the relationship between enmeshment of the self and pain and measures of adjustment [Morley et al., Possible selves in chronic pain: self-pain enmeshment, adjustment and acceptance, Pain 2005;115:84-94], and to test the hypothesis that individual variation in motivational preferences interacts with enmeshment. 82 chronic pain patients completed standardized self-report measures of depression, anxiety, acceptance anddoi:10.1016/j.pain.2007.09.023 pmid:17977661 fatcat:bridgtewuzdplg7dabhjhq6ouq