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Biocultural dimensions of chronic pain

implications for treatment of multi-ethnic populations
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State University of New York Press , Albany
Chronic pain -- Cross-cultural studies., Pain -- ethnology., Pain -- psychology., Chronic Disease., Attitude to Health -- ethnology., Cross-Cultural Compar
StatementMaryann S. Bates.
SeriesSUNY series in medical anthropology
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LC ClassificationsRB127 .B374 1996
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Paginationxix, 205 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL783478M
ISBN 100791427358, 0791427366
LC Control Number95015487

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Binghamton: State University of New York Press. Bates, Maryann S. and W. Edwards. "Ethnic Variations in the Chronic Pain Experience." Ethnicity and Disease 2, 1: Beecher, Henry K. "Pain in Men Wounded in Battle."Cited by: Summary: Chronic Pelvic Pain as a Biocultural Health P roblem Chronic pelvic pain is a severely painfu l and functionally limiting condition that is prevalent among women of all ages from divers e ethnic backgrounds and from varied geographic regions.

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Charles L. Raison (born Decem ) is an American psychiatrist and professor of psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health as well as the Mary Sue and Mike Shannon Chair for Healthy Minds, Children & Families and Professor with the School of Human Ecology in Madison, Wisconsin.

Prior to this he was a professor in Born: DecemDinuba, California. move beyond common tendencies to narrowly focus on the biological dimensions of illness and healing.

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