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In many chronic pain conditions such as fibromyalgia (Baumstark and Buckelew 1992), a musculoskeletal disorder characterized by reported psychological dysfunction, fatigue, and a host of physical complaints such as headaches and feelings of stiﬀness, pain appears and persists in the absence of identifiable tissue damage. There are many chronically painful conditions in which either (a) pain exists in the absence of identifiable tissue pathology or (b) the pain severity greatly exceeds what one would expect, given the patient’s condition (Magora and Schwartz 1980; Waddell and Main 1984).
It emphasizes the integration of multiple sources of input, the competition of many possible representations of reality for entry into the contents of consciousness, and the dynamic nature of subjective experience. 1 The Classical Perspective The classical concept of pain holds that pain is a sensory experience best characterized in terms of (a) transduction of tissue trauma into neural signals, (b) transmission of the signals to the brain, and (c) central registration of the sensory information in somatosensory cortex.
Neuronal plasticity and pain following peripheral tissue inflammation of nerve injury. In M. R. Bond, C. J. Woolf and J. E. ), Proceedings of the VIth World Congress on Pain, 263–276. Amsterdam: Elsevier. Duthie, D. J. R. 1994. The physiology and pharmacology of pain. In W. S. Nimmo, D. J. Rowbotham and G. ), Anaesthesia. Vol. 1: 119–31. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications. Everett, J. , Patterson, D. , Marvin, J. , Ordonez, N. and Campbell, K. 1994. Pain assessment from patients with burns and their nurses.
Individual differences in conscious experience by Robert G. Kunzendorf