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Counter-stimulatory effects on pain perception and processing are significantly altered by attention: an fMRI study.

Abstract:

Counter-stimulation reduces pain perception; however, the role of attention during this process is rarely discussed despite attention itself being a well known modulator of pain perception. This study investigated the effect of attentional modulation on pain perception during counter-stimulation using fMRI. Subjects received a noxious thermal stimulus together with an innocuous vibratory counter-stimulus. Subjects directed their attention towards either pain, vibration, or a neutral visual st...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Clinical Neuroscience
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Journal:
Neuroreport
Volume:
12
Issue:
9
Pages:
2021-2025
Publication date:
2001-07-05
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EISSN:
1473-558X
ISSN:
0959-4965
URN:
uuid:0c29a17b-13fe-4623-91d2-802d7064c18d
Source identifiers:
241160
Local pid:
pubs:241160

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