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Effects of cognitive pain coping strategies and locus of control on perception of cold pressor pain in healthy individuals: Experimental study



Effects of cognitive pain coping strategies and locus of control on perception of cold pressor pain in healthy individuals: Experimental study



Acute Pain 11(3-4): 113-120




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DOI: 10.1016/j.acpain.2009.10.003


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