02--Pain in Particular

Arnold, Caroline.  Pain:  what is it? how do we deal with it?  Illustrated by Frank Schwarz.  New York:  Morrow, 1986.  86p.  Nature & treatment for youth.

Ashbrook, James B.  Responding to human pain.  Valley Forge, PA:  Judson Press, 1975.  192p.  Christian response.

Ballard, Frank (1873-1931).  The mystery of painlessness:  an appeal to facts.  Foreword by S. Parkes Cadman.  New York;  Chicago: Fleming H. Revell, 1926.  95p.  God, pain & religion.

Behan, Richard Joseph.  Pain, its origin, conduction, perception and diagnostic significance.  New York:  D. Appleton 1914 & 1920.  920p.

Bond, Michael R.  Pain, its nature, analysis, and treatment.  Foreword by John J. Bonica.  2nd ed.  Edinburgh;  New York:  Churchill Livingstone, 1984.  236p.

Bousfield, Paul.  Pleasure and pain; a theory of the energetic foundation of feeling.  London:  K. Paul, Trench, Trubner;  New York:  E.P. Dutton, 1926.  114p.

Brand, Paul W., & Philip Yancey.  The gift of pain:  the inspiring story of a surgeon who discovers why we hurt and what we can do about it.  Grand Rapids, MI:  Zondervan Publ., 1997.  Previously published in 1993 under the title:  Pain:  the gift nobody wants.  On biology of pain.

Brena, Steven F., ed.  Chronic pain:  America's hidden epidemic.  New York:  Atheneum/SMI, 1978.  240p.

Bruner, William Thomas (1871-1941).  The greatest problem in the world.  Louisville, KY:  [n.p.] 1930.  83p.  Pain & suffering.

Carterette, Edward C., & Morton P. Friedman, eds.  Feeling and hurting.  New York:  Academic Press, 1978.  329p.

Chaitow, Leon.  The book of pain relief.  Hammersmith, London:  Thorsons, 1993.  208p.

Cook, Allan R., ed.  Pain sourcebook.  Detroit, MI:  Omnigraphics, 1998.  667p.

Crue, Benjamin L., ed.  Pain:  research and treatment:  further observations from City of Hope National Medical Center.  New York, Academic Press, 1975.  417p.  Pain & Analgesics.

Di LiMA:  Sara N., & Suzanne Niemeyer, eds.  Pain management patient education manual.  Aspen Reference Group.  Gaithersburg, MD:  Aspen Publishers, 1995.

Echternach, John L., ed.  Pain.  New York:  Churchill Livingstone, 1987.  314p.  Pain, treatment & physical therapy.

Eisler, Robert (1882-1949).  Man into wolf, an anthropological interpretation of sadism, masochism, and lycanthropy.  A lecture delivered at a meeting of the Royal Society of Medicine.  Introduction by Sir David K. Henderson.  London:  Routledge and Paul, 1951.  286p. 

Fairley, Peter.  The conquest of pain.  New York:  Scribner, 1978.  272p.

Ferrell, Betty Rolling, ed.  Suffering.  Sudbury, MA:  Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 1996.  238p.  Psychological Pain & Stress from sickness of health.

Fichter, Joseph Henry.  Religion and pain:  the spiritual dimensions of health care.  New York:  Crossroad Pub. Co., 1981.  143p.

Fields, Howard L.  Pain.  Foreword by Patrick D. Wall.  New York:  McGraw-Hill, 1987.  354p.

Finer, Basil.  Physiological studies of the relationship between the doctor and the patient in pain.  Uppsala:  [n.p.] 1970.  24p. 

Franklin, Benjamin (1706-1790).  A dissertation on liberty and necessity, pleasure and pain.  London:  Printed in the year 1725 by C. Whittingham.  32p.  Written when the author was eighteen, partly in answer to Wollaston's "Religion of nature," and addressed to James Ralph.  Free will, determinism, good, evil & natural theology.

Frykman, Jonas, Nadia Seremetakis & Susanne Ewert, eds.  Identities in pain.  Lund, Sweden:  Nordic Academic Press, 1998.  223p.

GeertsMA:  Robert H.  Factors influencing judgments of hurtfulness.  [n.p., n.d.].  Doctoral thesi, University of Chicago, 1956.

Harbin, Robert Maxwell.  Paradoxical pain.  Boston:  Sherman, French & company, 1916.  212p.

Hardcastle, Valerie Gray.  The myth of pain.  Cambridge, MA:  MIT Press, 1999.  Psychology & philosophy of pain.

Hart, Francis Dudley, ed.  The Treatment of chronic pain.  Lancaster:  Medical and Technical Publishing Co., 1974.  191p.  Pain & analgesics.

Hillis, Newell Dwight (1858-1929).  The misfortune of a world without pain.  New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1912.  73p.  Pain & suffering.

Hinton, James (1822-1875).  The mystery of pain; a book for the sorrowful.  New York:  M. Kennerley, 1914.  109p.  Originally published in London in 1866.

Holden, John Stuart.  God-guided pain.  London:  Hodder and Stoughton limited, 1933.  60p.

Holden, John Stuart.  Why God sends pain.  New York:  Fleming H. Revell company, 1934.  48p.  Published previously under title:  God-guided pain.

Horn, Sandra, & Marcus Munafň, ed.  Pain:  theory, research, and intervention.  Buckingham;  Philadelphia:  Open University Press, 1997.  140p.  Clinical health psychology & pain.

Irving, Gordon A., & Mark S. Wallace, eds.  Pain management for the practicing physician.  New York:  Churchill Livingstone, 1997.  330p.  Pain & analgesics.

Jacox, Ada K., ed.  Pain:  a source book for nurses and other health professionals.  Foreword by Jeanne Q. Benoliel.  Boston:  Little, Brown, 1977.  535p.

Kerr, Frederick William Lawson.  The pain book.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall, 1981.  192p.

Kittredge, Mary.  Pain.  Introduction by C. Everett Koop.  New York:  Chelsea House Publishers, 1992.  111p.  For youth.

Kleinman, Arthur.  Social origins of distress and disease : depression, neurasthenia, and pain in modern China.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 1986.  264p.

Kolb, Lawrence Coleman.  The Painful phantom.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1954.  50p.  Pain, psychology in amputees.

Lewis, Clive Staples (1898-1963).  The problem of pain.  New York:  Macmillan, 1944.  148p.  Good, evil, providence and government of God.

Lewis, Thomas, Sir (1881-1945).  Pain.  New York:  Macmillan, 1942.  102p.

Lindell, Paul J. (1915-1974).  The mystery of pain.  Minneapolis:  Augsburg Pub. House, 1974.  80p.

Makarowski, William S.  Living with pain.  Washington, DC:  PIA Press, 1991.  132p.

McKeag, Anna Jane.  The sensation of pain and the theory of the specific sense energies.  Boston:  Ginn & company, 1902.  87p.  Doctoral thesis, University of Pennsylvania.

Miller, Thomas W., ed.  Chronic pain.  Madison, CT:  International Universities Press, 1990.  2 volumes.

Mines, Samuel.  The conquest of pain.  New York:  Grosset & Dunlap, 1974.  225p.  Pain & analgesia.

Moore, Henry Thomas.  Pain and pleasure.  New York:  Moffat, Yard and company, 1917.  174p.

Ogilvie, William Heneage, Sir.  Pain and its problems.  London:  Published on behalf of the Practitioner by Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1950.  194p.

Osterweis, Marian, Arthur Kleinman, & David Mechanic, eds.  Pain and disability : clinical, behavioral, and public policy perspectives.  Institute of Medicine, Committee on Pain, Disability, and Chronic Illness Behavior.  Washington, DC:  National Academy Press, 1987.  306p.

Pace, J. Blair.  Pain:  a personal experience.  Chicago:  Nelson-Hall, 1976.  163p.

Peters, Julius Melvin.  Study of sensory deprivation, pain and personality relationships for space travel.  Washington:  Republic Aviation Corporation & National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1963.  64p.

Report of the Commission on the Evaluation of Pain.  Baltimore, MD:  U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Social Security Administration, Office of Disability;  Washington, D.C.:  GPO, 1987.  192p.  Pain & disability evaluation.

Salerno, Evelyn, & Joyce S. Willens, eds.  Pain management handbook:  an interdisciplinary approach.  Foreword by Ada K. Jacox.  St. Louis:  Mosby, 1996.  585p.  Pain & analgesia.

Sarano, Jacques.  The hidden face of pain.  Translated by Dennis Pardee.  Valley Forge, Judson Press, 1970.  222p.  Pain, good & evil.

Sauerbruch, Ferdinand (1875-1951), & Hans Wenke.  Pain; its meaning and significance.  Translated Wesen und Bedeutung des Schmerzes from the German by Edward Fitzgerald.  London:  Allen & Unwin, 1963.  151p.

Scarry, Elaine.  The body in pain:  the making and unmaking of the world.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1985.  385p.  Pain, war & torture.

Sears, Laurence.  Responsibility, its development through punishment and reward.  New York:  Columbia university press, 1932.  198p.  Doctoral thesis, Columbia university.  Including pain.

Sears, Laurence.  Responsibility, its development through punishment and reward.  New York:  Columbia university press, 1932.  198p.  Duty, pleasure, pain & punishment.

Seeman, Bernard.  Man against pain:  3,000 years of effort to understand and relieve physical suffering.  Philadelphia:  Chilton Books, 1962.  209p.

Shealy, C. Norman.  The pain game.  Millbrae, CA:  Celestial Arts, 1976.  145p.  Pain & psychological aspects.

Sheridan, Mary S.  Pain in America.  Tuscaloosa:  University of Alabama Press, 1992.  194p.  Intractable pain & chronic Disease.

Shipton, Edward A.  Pain:  acute and chronic.  London:  Arnold;  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1999. 

Smith, Lucian Anderson.  An atlas of pain patterns.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1961.  Abdomen, diseases & diagnosis.

Smith, W. Lynn, Harold Merskey & Steven C. Gross, eds.  Pain, meaning and management.  New York:  SP Medical & Scientific Books, 1980.  170p.

Smolkin, Mitchell T.  Understanding pain:  interpretation & philosophy.  Malabar, FL:  R.E. Krieger Pub. Co., 1989.  92p.

Stein, Christoph, ed.  Opioids in pain control:  basic and clinical aspects.  Cambridge, UK;  New York, NY, USA:  Cambridge University Press, 1999.  359p.

Sternbach, Richard A.  Pain:  a psychophysiological analysis.  New York:  Academic Press, 1968.  185p.

Stiller, Richard.  Pain--why it hurts, where it hurts, when it hurts.  Nashville:  T. Nelson, 1975.  162p.  Pain & analgesics, hypnosis & biofeedback.

Szasz, Thomas Stephen.  Pain and pleasure:  a study of bodily feelings.  New York:  Basic Books, 1957.  301p.

Tamerius, Rita.  Effective pain management.  5th ed.  La Mesa, CA:  Western Schools Press, 1994.  212p.  Pain & analgesia.

Thomas, Richard.  Pain.  People's Medical Society.  Pleasantville, NY:  Reader's Digest Association, 2000. 

Touré, Halima.  Pain.  New York:  F. Watt, 1981.  88p.  For youth.

Van Essen, William.  The spectrum of pain.  London:  Hart-Davis, 1969.  176p.

Walker, Kenneth (1882-1966).  The circle of life:  a search for an attitude to pain, disease, old age, and death.  London:  J. Cape, 1942.  College Park, MD:   McGrath Pub. Co., 1970.  158p.  Philosophy of pain, misuse of fear, psychotherapy.

Wall, Patrick D., & Mervyn Jones.  Defeating pain:  the war against a silent epidemic.  New York:  Plenum Press, 1991.  285p.  Etiology of pain.

Wall, Patrick D., & Ronald Melzack, et al.  Textbook of pain. Edinburgh;  New York:  Churchill Livingstone, 1984.  866p.  3rd ed., 1994, 1524p.

Warfied, Carol A, ed.  Manual of pain management.  Philadelphia:  Lippincott, 1991.  381p.  Pain & analgesics.

Wohlgemuth, Adolf.  Pleasure - unpleasure, an experimental investigation on the feeling-elements.  Cambridge:  University press, 1919.  252p.

Wolf, Barbara.  Living with pain.  Foreword by James G. Wepsic.  New York:  Seabury Press, 1977.  144p.

Wolff, Harold George, & Stewart Wolf.  Pain.  2nd ed.  Springfield, IL:  Thomas, 1958.  121p.  Physiology of pain.

Wolff, Harold George.  Pain.  Springfield, IL:  C. C. Thomas, 1948.  86p.

Wood, Ernest (1883-1965).  A study of pleasure and pain.  Wheaton, IL:  Theosophical Press. 1962.  97p.

Wordsworth, John Craufurd.  Pain, and other problems; a criticism of modern philosophies.  London:  Allen and Unwin, 1954.  159p.  Philosophy of pain.

Zborowski, Mark.  People in pain.  Foreword by Margaret Mead.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1969.  274p.  Pain & ethnopsychology.