Pain Research

Attentional biases in pediatric chronic pain: an eye-tracking study assessing the nature of the bias and its relation to attentional control

Attentional biases are posited to play a key role in the development and maintenance of chronic pain in adults and youth. However, research to date has yielded mixed findings, and few studies have examined attentional biases in pediatric samples. This study used eye-gaze tracking to examine attentional biases to pain-related stimuli in a clinical sample of youth with chronic pain and pain-free controls. Read more.

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