Considerable evidence indicates that psychological variables play a significant role in the experience of pain and disability. Pain catastrophizing and fear of movement are examples of psychological variables that have been associated with heightened levels of pain severity, physical disability, and depressive symptoms in a number of clinical pain populations [1-7].
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