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Results from 10 Years of a CBT Pain Self-Management Outpatient Program for Complex Chronic Conditions

Table 4

Correlations between questionnaire outcome variables posttreatment and number of reported diagnoses of study participants.

Questionnairedf

BDI-II128−0.0010.995
BAI123−0.0690.445
SF-MPQ
 Sensory105−0.0080.938
 Affective137−0.0800.353
 Total101−0.0450.655
PDI1310.0690.437
VPMI
 Active171−0.0330.672
 Passive1740.0080.913
SF-36
 Physical function1800.0300.691
 Role limit: physical1770.0090.902
 Role limit: emotional1780.0550.470
 Energy1740.0050.952
 Emotional wellbeing175−0.0210.784
 Social181−0.0350.640
 Pain1750.0040.957
 General health182−0.0150.840

Note. BDI-II: Beck Depression Inventory; BAI: Beck Anxiety Inventory; VAS: visual analogue scale; PDI: Pain Disability Index; VPMI: Vanderbilt Pain Management Inventory; SF-36: Short-Form Health Survey.

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