Article

The role of coping responses in the relationship between perceived stress and satisfaction with life amongst chronic pain patients

DOI: 10.1080/22201173.2010.10872703
Author(s): SP WalkerUnit for Professional Training and Service in the Behavioural Sciences, South Africa, KGF EsterhuyseDepartment of Psychology, South Africa, L Van LillDepartment of Psychology, South Africa

Abstract

Background: This study aimed to determine the effect of coping responses on the relationship between perceived stress and satisfaction with life in a sample of chronic pain patients.

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