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Objective: Although the adverse effects of chronic pain on work productivity and daily life pursuits are clear, the within-person dynamics of pain, goal cognition, and engagement in work-related and lifestyle

Objective: Although the adverse effects of chronic pain on work productivity and daily life pursuits are clear, the within-person dynamics of pain, goal cognition, and engagement in work-related and lifestyle goals remain uncharted. This study investigated the impact of pain intensity (assessed on 3 occasions each day) and goal-related schematic thinking (ratings of importance, planning, and goal pursuit opportunities, assessed only in the morning) on afternoon and evening work and lifestyle goal pursuit.

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  • 2014-09-01
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1037/hea0000093
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      0278-6133
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      1930-7810
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    Karoly, Paul, Okun, Morris A., Enders, Craig, & Tennen, Howard (2014). Effects of Pain Intensity on Goal Schemas and Goal Pursuit: A Daily Diary Study. HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY, 33(9), 968-976. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/hea0000093

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