Linda S Ruehlman
- The development and preliminary validation of the Profile of Chronic Pain: Extended Assessment BatteryLinda S Ruehlman
Consultants in Behavioral Research, Research and Development, 8621 S Maple Ave, Tempe, AZ 85284, USA
Pain 118:380-9. 2005..Moreover, the presence of normative data enhance the diagnostic and prescriptive utility of the instrument...
- Psychological "resilience" and its correlates in chronic pain: findings from a national community samplePaul Karoly
Department of Psychology, Arizona State University, Box 871104, Tempe, AZ 85287 1104, USA
Pain 123:90-7. 2006..The findings provide a preliminary foundation for further research aimed at understanding the nature and causal underpinnings of resilience in persons with chronic pain...
- Psychosocial aspects of pain-related life task interference: an exploratory analysis in a general population samplePaul Karoly
Department of Psychology, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona 85287 1104, USA
Pain Med 8:563-72. 2007..The areas assessed included social life, recreation, sleep, household chores, working at a paid job, self-care, exercise, and routine physical activities...
- Evaluating chronic pain impact among patients in primary care: further validation of a brief assessment instrumentPaul Karoly
Arizona State University and Consultants in Behavioral Research, Tempe, Arizona 85287 1104, USA
Pain Med 7:289-98. 2006..To evaluate the psychometric properties of the Profile of Chronic Pain: Screen (PCP:S) in primary care. The PCP:S is a brief assessment device designed to gauge pain severity, interference, and emotional burden...
- The development and preliminary validation of a brief measure of chronic pain impact for use in the general populationLinda S Ruehlman
Department of Psychology, Arizona State University, Box 871104, Tempe, AZ 85287, USA
Pain 113:82-90. 2005..In view of its strong psychometric properties, the PCP:S has the potential to serve as a brief, cost-effective assessment tool for identifying individuals whose chronic pain merits more detailed psychosocial evaluation...
- Comparing the experiential and psychosocial dimensions of chronic pain in african americans and Caucasians: findings from a national community sampleLinda S Ruehlman
Consultants in Behavioral Research, Tempe, Arizona, USA
Pain Med 6:49-60. 2005..To ascertain whether non-Hispanic African American and Caucasian chronic pain sufferers differ or converge in their self-reports of pain experience and pain adjustment...
- A randomized controlled evaluation of an online chronic pain self management programLinda S Ruehlman
Goalistics, LLC, Tempe, AZ 85284, USA
Pain 153:319-30. 2012..Study limitations are considered, including the recognition that not all persons with chronic pain are necessarily good candidates for self-initiated, self-paced, interactive learning...