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Mahmoodsalehi H, Davoudi I, Mehrabizadehhonarmand M. Effectiveness of Mindfulness Oriented Recovery Enhancement Approach on Attentional Bias and Disability in Chronic Pain Patients . JAP 2019; 10 (1) :1-10
URL: http://jap.iums.ac.ir/article-1-5420-en.html
1- shahid chamran university of ahaz , hadissalehi85@yahoo.com
2- shahid chamran university of ahaz
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 Aims and background: Selective attention to pain-related stimuli, known as pain attentional bias (AB) can exacerbate pain, disability and undermine quality of life. The aim of this study was to determine effectiveness of mindfulness oriented recovery enhancement approach on attentional bias related to pain and disability among Chronic Pain Patients. Materials and methods: The present study was an sub - experimental study with pre-test and post-test design and a control group. The study statistical population included all the patients with chronic pain referred to the professional clinic of pain of Ahwaz who overall, 30 patients were selected through recall and in a voluntary method based on pain specialist diagnosis and randomly allocated into two experimental and control groups The instrumentals of this study were Pictorial Dot_Prob Task and Modified version of the Roland-Morris Disability Questionnaire (M-RMDQ)who participants completed in pre-test and post-test. Descriptive statistical methods and covariance analysis were used for analysis of the data. Findings: The results showed that training Mindfulness Oriented Recovery Enhancement Approach was effective in reducing attentional bias to pain-related stimuli and disability in patients The results showed that training Mindfulness Oriented Recovery Enhancement Approach was effective in reducing attentional bias to pain-related stimuli and disability in patients. Conclusion: Performing psychological treatments can help psychologists, psychiatrists and all public health professionals to better control and treat chronic pain.
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Type of Study: Original | Subject: Chronic pain managment
Received: 2018.11.9 | Accepted: 2018.12.16 | Published: 2019.05.15

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