Recent progress in the psychobiology of pain is briefly reviewed, with major developments on neurophysiological and neurochemical mechanisms — peripheral as well as central and their implications for a renewed “gate-control” theory; moreover, such a theoretical model offers a frame of reference for various clinical approaches attempting to control pain.
How to Cite:
Schepens-Boisacq, N., 1985. Approche Psycho-Physiologique de la Douleur. Psychologica Belgica, 25(2), pp.149–167. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/pb.736