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Psychological Inquiry, 19: 153–160, 2008 Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC ISSN: 1047-840X print / 1532-7965 online DOI: 10.1080/10478400802608806 Social Support and Money as Double-Edged Swords: Primary Soothers and Precipitants of Pain Cecilia Cheng, Zhansheng Chen, and Aleksandr LuoKogan The University of Hong Kong, China Typically, a ﬂourishing science is incomplete. At any (c) emotional support, which refers to the expression of time, it raised more questions than it can currently an- feelings of being respected, loved, and cared for; and swer. But incompleteness is not vice. On the contrary, (d) social companionship, which refers to the pres- incompleteness is the mother of fecundity. (Kitcher, ence of network members. These four types of social 1982, p. 48) support are subsumed under the category of enacted support. Zhao and Gao (this issue) put forward a pain- Inﬂuenced by the phenomenological approach to buffering theory whose central tenet is that social sup- personality (Lewin, 1935), some psychologists (e.g., port is a primary pain buffer and money is a secondary Dunkel-Schetter & Bennett, 1990; Wills & Shinar, pain buffer. As we went over their thought-provoking 2000) advocated the need to further elucidate the dis- article, a number of questions inevitably came to
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