A Pathway for Pleasant Touch Linking Peripheral Receptors to Central Processing and Hedonic Experience


This thesis investigates the mechanisms underpinning pleasant touch, describes a pathway from peripheral nerve endings in the skin to the insular cortex, and relates these findings to the subjective hedonic experience of touch. In Paper I, the relationship between primary afferent encoding and perception of pleasantness was investigated by combining… (More)


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