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Topical review : basic psychological needs in adolescents with chronic pain : a self-determination perspective

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This topical review outlines the resilience pathway to adaptive functioning in pediatric pain within a developmental perspective. Self-Determination Theory proposes that the satisfaction of one's basic psychological needs (for autonomy, relatedness, and competence) is crucial for understanding human flourishing and healthy development. However, the role of the basic psychological needs received little attention in a pediatric-pain population. Yet, we propose that need satisfaction may be a resilience factor and need frustration a risk factor, for living with chronic pain. In this topical review, we first discuss two major models that have been developed to understand pain-related disability: the fear-avoidance model of pain and the ecological resilience-risk model in pediatric chronic pain. Both models have been used with children and adolescents but do not include a developmental perspective. Therefore, we introduce Self-Determination Theory and highlight the potentially moderating and mediating role of the basic needs on pain-related disability in children and adolescents. Taken together, we believe that Self-Determination Theory is compatible with the fear-avoidance model of pain and the ecological resilience-risk model in pediatric chronic pain and may deepen our understanding of why some adolescents are able to live adaptively in spite of chronic pain.
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FEAR-AVOIDANCE MODEL, CHRONIC MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN, PEDIATRIC CHRONIC PAIN, PROTECTIVE PARENTAL RESPONSES, DECISION-MAKING AUTONOMY, CHILDS PAIN, FUNCTIONAL DISABILITY, PEER RELATIONSHIPS, HELPING MOTIVATION, ABDOMINAL-PAIN

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Riggenbach, Annina, et al. “Topical Review : Basic Psychological Needs in Adolescents with Chronic Pain : A Self-Determination Perspective.” PAIN RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT, vol. 2019, 2019.
APA
Riggenbach, A., Goubert, L., Van Petegem, S., & Amouroux, R. (2019). Topical review : basic psychological needs in adolescents with chronic pain : a self-determination perspective. PAIN RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT, 2019.
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Riggenbach, Annina, Liesbet Goubert, Stijn Van Petegem, and Rémy Amouroux. 2019. “Topical Review : Basic Psychological Needs in Adolescents with Chronic Pain : A Self-Determination Perspective.” PAIN RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT 2019.
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Riggenbach, Annina, Liesbet Goubert, Stijn Van Petegem, and Rémy Amouroux. 2019. “Topical Review : Basic Psychological Needs in Adolescents with Chronic Pain : A Self-Determination Perspective.” PAIN RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT 2019.
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Riggenbach A, Goubert L, Van Petegem S, Amouroux R. Topical review : basic psychological needs in adolescents with chronic pain : a self-determination perspective. PAIN RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT. 2019;2019.
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A. Riggenbach, L. Goubert, S. Van Petegem, and R. Amouroux, “Topical review : basic psychological needs in adolescents with chronic pain : a self-determination perspective,” PAIN RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT, vol. 2019, 2019.
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  author       = {Riggenbach, Annina and Goubert, Liesbet and Van Petegem, Stijn and Amouroux, Rémy},
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  journal      = {PAIN RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT},
  keywords     = {FEAR-AVOIDANCE MODEL,CHRONIC MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN,PEDIATRIC CHRONIC PAIN,PROTECTIVE PARENTAL RESPONSES,DECISION-MAKING AUTONOMY,CHILDS PAIN,FUNCTIONAL DISABILITY,PEER RELATIONSHIPS,HELPING MOTIVATION,ABDOMINAL-PAIN},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {12},
  title        = {Topical review : basic psychological needs in adolescents with chronic pain : a self-determination perspective},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2019/8629581},
  volume       = {2019},
  year         = {2019},
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