Associations of adverse childhood experiences and bullying on physical pain in the general population of Germany.

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Summary of "Associations of adverse childhood experiences and bullying on physical pain in the general population of Germany."

Chronic pain is a frequent burden in the general population. Child maltreatment and bullying are risk factors for the development of chronic pain. Aim of this cross-sectional study was to investigate the association of child maltreatment and bullying and pain experiences in a representative sample of the general population.


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Name: Journal of pain research
ISSN: 1178-7090
Pages: 3099-3108


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