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Health Psychology Third Edition Chapter 13 Managing Pain. 1. A condition in which a chronic pain sufferer becomes more sensitive to pain over time. (399). Congenital insensitivity to pain Nociception Gate control theory Hyperalgesia Guided imagery.

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Health psychology third edition chapter 13 managing pain

Health PsychologyThird EditionChapter 13 Managing Pain


1 a condition in which a chronic pain sufferer becomes more sensitive to pain over time 399

1. A condition in which a chronic pain sufferer becomes more sensitive to pain over time. (399)

  • Congenital insensitivity to pain

  • Nociception

  • Gate control theory

  • Hyperalgesia

  • Guided imagery


1 a condition in which a chronic pain sufferer becomes more sensitive to pain over time 3991

1. A condition in which a chronic pain sufferer becomes more sensitive to pain over time. (399)

  • Congenital insensitivity to pain

  • Nociception

  • Gate control theory

  • Hyperalgesia

  • Guided imagery


2 pain is defined as the minimum intensity of a noxious stimulus that is perceived as pain 413

2. Pain _____ is defined as the minimum intensity of a noxious stimulus that is perceived as pain. (413)

  • threshold

  • tolerance

  • reception

  • acupuncture

  • recurrence


2 pain is defined as the minimum intensity of a noxious stimulus that is perceived as pain 4131

2. Pain _____ is defined as the minimum intensity of a noxious stimulus that is perceived as pain. (413)

  • threshold

  • tolerance

  • reception

  • acupuncture

  • recurrence


3 analgesic means 416

3. Analgesic means: (416)

  • Relating to the anus

  • Having arthritis

  • Pain-relieving

  • Pain causing

  • Inflammatory


3 analgesic means 4161

3. Analgesic means: (416)

  • Relating to the anus

  • Having arthritis

  • Pain-relieving

  • Pain causing

  • Inflammatory


4 which of the following is an example of a nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drug 417

4. Which of the following is an example of a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug? (417)

  • Aspirin

  • Synthetic beta-endorphin

  • Morphine

  • Cocaine

  • Lotrel


4 which of the following is an example of a nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drug 4171

4. Which of the following is an example of a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug? (417)

  • Aspirin

  • Synthetic beta-endorphin

  • Morphine

  • Cocaine

  • Lotrel


5 which of the following is true of surgery to relieve severe pain 417

5. Which of the following is true of surgery to relieve severe pain? (417)

  • it is more effective than transcutaneous electrical stimulation

  • it is commonly used to control pain today

  • the effects are long-lived

  • it has unpredictable results

  • it involves few and minimal risks


5 which of the following is true of surgery to relieve severe pain 4171

5. Which of the following is true of surgery to relieve severe pain? (417)

  • it is more effective than transcutaneous electrical stimulation

  • it is commonly used to control pain today

  • the effects are long-lived

  • it has unpredictable results

  • it involves few and minimal risks


6 which of the following is true of phantom limb pain 409

6. Which of the following is true of phantom limb pain? (409)

  • It is easily treated with drugs

  • It is easily treated with therapy

  • It is quite rare

  • Treatment rarely works

  • A & B


6 which of the following is true of phantom limb pain 4091

6. Which of the following is true of phantom limb pain? (409)

  • It is easily treated with drugs

  • It is easily treated with therapy

  • It is quite rare

  • Treatment rarely works

  • A & B


7 the dominant theory of pain today is based on 407

7. The dominant theory of pain today is based on: (407)

  • Endorphin blocking

  • Placebo effect theory

  • Reaction Formation

  • Gate Control Theory

  • Stress-induced analgesia


7 the dominant theory of pain today is based on 4071

7. The dominant theory of pain today is based on: (407)

  • Endorphin blocking

  • Placebo effect theory

  • Reaction Formation

  • Gate Control Theory

  • Stress-induced analgesia


Health psychology third edition chapter 13 managing pain

8. ___ are natural opioids produced by the body that produce pain relief, especially in times of stress. (406)

  • NSAID’s

  • Nociceptors

  • Oncogenes

  • Endorphins

  • Suppressor genes


Health psychology third edition chapter 13 managing pain

8. ___ are natural opioids produced by the body that produce pain relief, especially in times of stress. (406)

  • NSAID’s

  • Nociceptors

  • Oncogenes

  • Endorphins

  • Suppressor genes


9 free nerve endings that are activated by painful stimuli are called 403

9. Free nerve endings that are activated by painful stimuli are called: (403)

  • Neurotransmitters

  • Nociceptors

  • Oncogenes

  • Endorphins

  • Suppressor genes


9 free nerve endings that are activated by painful stimuli are called 4031

9. Free nerve endings that are activated by painful stimuli are called: (403)

  • Neurotransmitters

  • Nociceptors

  • Oncogenes

  • Endorphins

  • Suppressor genes


Health psychology third edition chapter 13 managing pain

10. Which of the following is one of the general pattern of cognitive errors made by chronic pain patients? (420)

  • Cognitive restructuring

  • Overgeneralizing

  • Guided imagery

  • Mental rehearsal

  • Cognitive distraction


Health psychology third edition chapter 13 managing pain

10. Which of the following is one of the general pattern of cognitive errors made by chronic pain patients? (420)

  • Cognitive restructuring

  • Overgeneralizing

  • Guided imagery

  • Mental rehearsal

  • Cognitive distraction


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