Corpus ID: 151947628

Louis Gifford - revolutionary: the Mature Organism Model, an embodied cognitive perspective of pain

@inproceedings{Thacker2015LouisG,
  title={Louis Gifford - revolutionary: the Mature Organism Model, an embodied cognitive perspective of pain},
  author={M. Thacker and G. Dip. and Phys Grad and Dip Mnmsd Fcsp},
  year={2015}
}
I want this account to be about Louis’ ongoing contribution to our understanding of pain and to demonstrate that his ideas will continue to have impact for many years to come. I have had the pleasure of working directly with several “greats” in the world of pain, most notably Professor Pat Wall and Professor Steve McMahon. What they had/have and Louis shared, was the ability to see way into the future developments of pain research and somehow get their finger on a pulse that hadn’t yet started. 
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