Book 2016

Meanings of Pain

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ISBN: 978-3-319-49021-2 (Print) 978-3-319-49022-9 (Online)

Table of contents (23 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

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    Pages 1-22

    A Call for Study on the Meanings of Pain

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    Pages 23-36

    Pain and the Dangers of Objectivity

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    Pages 37-53

    Neural Plasticity and the Malleability of Pain

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    Pages 55-69

    The Emotional Perception of Phantom Limb Pain

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    Pages 71-86

    Is Pain Unreal?

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    Pages 87-106

    The Contribution of New Technological Breakthroughs to the Neuroscientific Research of Pain Communication

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    Pages 107-128

    A Scientific and Philosophical Analysis of Meanings of Pain in Studies of Pain and Suffering

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    Pages 129-146

    An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Non-Malignant Chronic Low Back Pain

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    Pages 147-164

    Phenomenology of Chronic Pain: De-Personalization and Re-Personalization

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    Pages 165-180

    Pain Experience and Structures of Attention: A Phenomenological Approach

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    Pages 181-194

    Should Investigators Introspect on Their Own Pain Experiences as Study Co-Participants?

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    Pages 195-210

    The Moral Experience of the Person with Chronic Pain

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    Pages 211-226

    Chronic Pain and Meaning in Life: Challenge and Change

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    Pages 227-250

    The Lived Experience of Pain-Related Fear in People with Chronic Low Back Pain

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    Pages 251-265

    Conceptualising Secondary Pain Affect: The More Personal and Elaborate Feelings

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    Pages 267-280

    Mental Imagery in Chronic Pain: An Access to Meaning Beyond Words

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    Pages 281-293

    The Challenge of Validating the Experience of Chronic Pain: The Importance of Intersubjectivity and Reframing

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    Pages 295-307

    Meanings of Chronic Pain in Patient Interactions with Health Services

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    Pages 309-324

    Making Sense: Regaining Self-Coherence

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    Pages 325-353

    Seeking Order Amidst the Chaos: The Role of Metaphor Within Pain Reconceptualisation

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