Feeling the pain of others is associated with self-other confusion and prior pain experience

@inproceedings{Derbyshire2013FeelingTP,
  title={Feeling the pain of others is associated with self-other confusion and prior pain experience},
  author={Stuart W. G. Derbyshire and J. Osborn and Steven P Brown},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2013}
}
Some chronic pain patients and healthy individuals experience pain when observing injury or others in pain. To further understand shared pain, we investigated perspective taking, bodily ownership and tooth pain sensitivity. First, participants who reported shared pain (responders) and those who did not (non-responders) viewed an avatar on a screen. Intermittently, 0-3 circles appeared. Sometimes the participant's and avatar's perspective were consistent, both directly viewed the same circles… CONTINUE READING
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Feeling the pain of others is associated with self-other confusion and prior pain experience

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  • Front. Hum. Neurosci. 7:470
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