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3Credit(s) Lecture Credit:3 Contact Hr/Week Lecture:3 Contact Hr/Term:45 This independent study course is a continuation of Mind/ Body Psychology I with emphasis on current theory and research of the psychology and neurology of acute, sub-acute, and chronic pain. Particular emphasis will be given to chiropractic models of care related to neuromuscular pain syndromes. Prerequisites: PSYH 01102