Robin Schulz

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Learning processes such as respondent or Pavlovian conditioning are believed to play an important role in the development of chronic pain, however, their influence on the inhibition of pain has so far not been assessed in humans. The purpose of this study was the demonstration of Pavlovian conditioning of stress-induced analgesia in humans and the(More)
Dysregulation in the gamma motoneuron circuitry is proposed as one mechanism to explain the development of trigger point activity in myofascial pain syndrome. Dysregulation in this context is defined operationally as significantly (and functionally) different levels of electrical activity detected in the same muscle on the left and right sides of the body(More)
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