- •There are few studies of cognitive biases and pain in children and adolescents.
- •Evidence for vigilance to pain-related stimuli in youth with chronic pain.
- •No convincing evidence of biases in other attentional processes exists.
- •Youth with chronic pain seem to interpret ambiguous stimuli as pain related.
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