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Health Psychology Study Set 5

Psychology

Quiz 10 :

Pain and Its Management

Quiz 10 :

Pain and Its Management

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According to the gate control theory of pain, relaxation is a(n) _ ________ the pain gate.
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B

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Self-report measures such as the McGill Pain Questionnaire typically measure
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D

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The McGill Pain Questionnaire assesses pain behaviours.
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There are ethnic differences in the ability to discriminate painful stimuli.
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Pain behaviours
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Which of these following behaviours is a manifestation of chronic pain?
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Cross-cultural differences have been found in the
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The affective and motivational aspect of pain seems to be determined primarily by
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The perception of pain may be influenced by
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Pain is significant because it
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Pain has important medical consequences because
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nociception is pain that triggers chemical reactions from tissue damage.
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There is a strong positive correlation between perceived pain and severity of symptoms.
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In Canada, of dollars are spent every year on over-the-counter drugs.
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Nociception is the of pain.
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Beecher's (1959) study of wartime injuries investigated the effect of on pain.
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A-delta fibres are un-myelinated nerve fibres that transmit dull or aching pain.
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The sensory aspect of pain seems to be determined primarily by
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The neuromatrix theory of pain suggests
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Athletes who continue to play, despite being injured, may be experiencing a short-term reduction of pain sensitivity due to
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