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    Gisèle Pickering, Stephen Gibson, editors.
    Summary: This book focuses on the reciprocal interactions between pain, emotion and cognition. International experts report on their findings, clinical experience and the most recent literature on the complex relations between these three domains. Clinical, psychological, behavioral and neuroimaging approaches converge towards aiding patients suffering from pain, cognitive impairment or emotional distress. Beyond the pathophysiological aspects of pain, difficulties encountered with patients are analyzed and strategies are proposed to optimize treatment, doctor-patient relationships, and patient well-being. This work will appeal to a broad readership, from clinical medical practitioners to psychologists, nurses and pain specialists.

    Part I Nociception, Pain, Emotion and Cognition Interconnections
    Cognitive Psychology and Neuropsychology of Nociception and Pain
    Emotional Aspects of Chronic Pain
    Cerebral and Spinal Modulation of Pain by Emotions and Attention
    Understanding the Suffering of Others: The Sources and Consequences of Third-person Pain
    Neuroplasticity in the Pain, Emotion and Cognition Nexus
    Part II Measurement Issues
    Tools that Should be Considered in Pain Assessment: Cognitive Factors, Emotion and Personality
    Pain Evaluation in Patients with Cognitive Impairment
    Behavioural/Facial Markers of Pain, Emotion, Cognition
    Part III Management Issues
    Pharmacological Pain Management: For Better or for Worse?
    Psychological Approaches to the Management of Pain, Cognition and Emotion
    Physical Therapy and Exercise: Impacts on Pain, Mood, Cognition, and Function
    Part IV Special Populations
    Phantom Pain: The Role of Maladaptive Plasticity, Emotional and Cognitive Variables
    Pain in Parkinson Patients
    Clinical Pain in Schizophrenia, a Forgotten Area
    The Pain, Emotion and Cognition Nexus in Older Persons and in Dementia.
    Digital Access Springer 2015