Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (4):470-470 (2002)
|Abstract||A monolithic model that ignores functional and topographic distinctions among its components has dominated clinical accounts of pain behavior. This model contributes to a pretence of knowledge that affects the treatment of sufferers. This commentary addresses the role of the target article in correcting knowledge-pretence and introduces a complementary caveat about evolutionary psychology concepts.|
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