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Psychological Inquiry, 19: 189–195, 2008 Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC ISSN: 1047-840X print / 1532-7965 online DOI: 10.1080/10478400802608855 Understanding the Moderators of Physical and Emotional Pain: A Neural Systems-Based Approach Naomi Eisenberger University of California, Los Angeles, California Zhou and Gao (this issue) put forth an interesting likely to survive. In our own work, we have approached hypothesis, namely, that money, in addition to social the relationship between social support and physical support, can reduce the experience of physical pain. pain differently. Speciﬁcally, we have suggested that Their hypothesis is based on the premise that social the fact that social support reduces physical pain is support is a “primary pain buffer”—in other words, an unintended byproduct of a broader overlap in the social support is valued because it reduces the expe- neural systems that underlie physical and social pain rience of pain—and that money is a secondary pain processes (Eisenberger & Lieberman, 2005). Thus, to buffer that can reduce pain experience when one’s so- the extent that physical and social pain rely on simi- cial support system has failed and is no longer there to lar neural systems, factors, such as social support, that act as a buffer.
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