Activity Management Inventory for Pain (AMI-P)
As described in the following publication (submitted for peer review):
The Activity Management Inventory for Pain (AMI-P): Initial development and validation of a questionnaire based on operant learning and energy conservation models of activity management
Racine, M., Jensen, M.P., Cane, D., Moulin, D.E., Vlaeyen, J.W.S., Nielson, W.R.
Activity Pacing Treatment Program
Developed for the following trial:
Operant learning versus energy conservation activity pacing treatments in a sample of patients with fibromyalgia syndrome: A pilot randomized controlled trial.
Racine, M., Jensen, M.P., Harth, M., Morley-Forster, P., MD, & Nielson, W.R. (2019)
The Journal of Pain; 20(4): 420-439.
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