Factors Affecting Individualized Responses to Pain


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What is the difference between acute and chronic pain?

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1. What factors can affect pain threshold?

2. What can cause sensory overload?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

What is acute pain? What is a pain threshold? Study more about these topics in the lesson and then use your knowledge about types of pain and associated factors to answer quiz questions.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The quiz will ask students questions such as:

  • Acute versus chronic pain
  • Factors that affect pain threshold
  • Causes of sensory overload
  • Cultures that typically 'grin and bear' pain
  • Difference between nociceptive and non-nociceptive pain

Skills Practiced

Use these assessment tools to practice skills such as:

  • Making connections - use your understanding of different types of pain to answer quiz questions
  • Information recall - access information about stoic nationalities and how they handle pain
  • Knowledge application - apply knowledge about how outside factors can cause sensory overload

Additional Learning

To learn more about the following topics, review the lesson titled Factors Affecting Individualized Responses to Pain. It goes over the following topics:

  • How some types of pain can affect heart rate and blood pressure
  • Gender and pain
  • Conditions related to sensory overload