The Role of State and Trait Positive Affect and Mindfulness in Affective Reactivity to Pain in Chronic Migraine

Objective: High affective reactivity to pain (i.e., increased negative affect in response to pain) can have an adverse impact on the well-being of individuals with chronic pain. The present study examined the role of momentary and average positive affect and trait mindfulness in protecting against affective reactivity to chronic migraine-related pain. Methods: The sample included 61 adults with chronic migraine.

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