Jean-Christophe Rohner

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The present study focuses on how patients diagnosed with psychosis deal with a conflicting situation. In the study, two groups of patients were assessed. One group consisted of patients diagnosed with psychosis (n = 41), while the comparison group (n = 135) consisted of inpatients diagnosed either with anorexia nervosa or with bulimia nervosa. The groups(More)
Previous studies have found a recognition bias for information consistent with the physical attractiveness stereotype (PAS), in which participants believe that they remember that attractive individuals have positive qualities and that unattractive individuals have negative qualities, regardless of what information actually occurred. The purpose of this(More)
Three experiments examined explicit and implicit memory for information that is congruent with the physical attractiveness stereotype (i.e. attractive-positive and unattractive-negative) and information that is incongruent with the physical attractiveness stereotype (i.e. attractive-negative and unattractive-positive). Measures of explicit recognition(More)
The blockade of effects induced by percutaneous peripheral stimulation were abolished by injection of an opiate antagonist as nalorphine. Our results lead to the hypothesis that central and peripheral stimulations act by the same mechanism in producing blockade of noxious impulses. One may suggest that peripheral stimulations induce release of endogenous(More)
The effects of weak intensity percutaneous peripheral stimulations (SPPc) on the transmission of nociceptive messages induced by stimulation of the dental pulp have been studied on anaesthetized cats. 1. The jaw opening reflex (ROG) and the evoked potentials in the thalamic center median (CM), by stimulation of the dental pulp, disappear after a mean of 30(More)
Experiments have been performed in order to study the effects of percutaneous peripheral stimulation (PCPS) both on the transmission of messages elicited by recruiting sensory units of the tooth pulp at the thalamic Centrum Medianum Level and on the jaw opening reflex (JOR). Both evoked potentials and JOR were inhibited by stimuli applied to the limbs by(More)
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