Pain Psychology

Pain psychology is a multifaceted field that delves deep into the intricate relationship between the mind and the experience of physical pain. It seeks to unravel the mysteries of how our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors impact the way we perceive and cope with pain. Researchers are investigating the effectiveness of interventions like acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and virtual reality-based treatments in managing chronic pain. This session delves into the role of emotions, stress, and cognitive processes in pain perception.


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