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FSV Questionnaire on Reaction to Pain

U. Klages
NEURO
TRAFFIC
SPORT
HR

Aplicación

Assesses individual behavior patterns and processing methods in individuals with chronic pain.
The results of this questionnaire provide a basis for drawing up treatment plans and monitoring the progress of pain therapy. The test thus facilitates the verification of indications in the context of behavioral medicine and identifies individual tendencies and coping options in dealing with pain. FSV is therefore used in clinical neuropsychology.

Using a five-point answer scale, respondents indicate the extent to which particular statements relating to the experience of pain and pain-related behavior apply to them. The previous answer can be corrected.

Formas de prueba

One test form.

Evaluación

The following main variables are scored:

  • Avoidance: Measure of avoidance behavior and social withdrawal as a reaction to the perception or expectation of pain.
  • Cognitive control: The extent of coping opportunities – relaxation, diversion of attention, self-instruction.
  • Social support: The extent of perceived support and attention from a partner.
  • Activity: Measure of the maintenance of or return to physical and social activity and of illness-related social skills.

Elementos de evaluación

Tabla
Perfil
Tiempo de ejecución
Intervalo de confianza
Análisis de perfil
Protocolo de test
Protocolo del análisis de ítems
Presentación del historial
Representación gráfica especial de los resultados
Informe elaborado en Word
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Tipo de prueba

Procedimientos clĂ­nicos

Información de prueba

Adaptable
Modular
Material de tareas sin texto
Forma paralela
Conforme al modelo de Rasch
Se requiere de un dispositivo adicional
Alta seguridad de test
Amplio espectro de normas
Se dispone de una forma del test para la presentación en línea open mode
Enlace a CogniPlus
supervisor-supported testing

Idiomas

Alemán
Holandés
Inglés
Italiano
Rumano
Turco

Duración

approx. 3-5 minutes if all subtests are presented

Edad

Orientation scores are available of a comparison sample of rheumatism and headache patients.