The experience of pain is characterized by tremendous interindividual variability, which is driven by multiple biopsychosocial factors. This review article discusses individual differences in pain, including the roles of demographic, genetic, and psychosocial factors and their interactions.
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Received September 14, 2016
Received in revised form November 02, 2016
Accepted November 16, 2016