Review article: PDF OnlyEtiological theories and treatments for chronic back pain. II. Psychological models and interventionsTurk, Dennis C.2; Flor, HertaAuthor Information Department of Psychology, Yale University, New Haven, CT 06520 U.S.A. 2Please forward all correspondence to: Dennis C. Turk, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, Box 11A Yale Station, Yale University, New Haven, CT 06520, U.S.A. Submitted January 30, 1984; accepted February 8, 1984. ☆ Part I of this review dealing with ‘somatic models and interventions’ was published in the preceding issue. Pain: July 1984 - Volume 19 - Issue 3 - p 209-233 doi: 10.1016/0304-3959(84)90001-0 Buy Metrics Abstract This is the second part of an extended review of the etiology and treatment of chronic back pain (CBP). The first paper dealt with somatic factors and interventions, this paper will examine psychological theories on the etiology of CBP and psychological treatments for CBP. Finally common problems of both the somatic and the psychological approaches will be discussed and suggestions for treatment and research will be made. © Lippincott-Raven Publishers.