Pain perception, somatosensory event-related potentials and skin conductance responses to painful stimuli in high, mid, and low hypnotizable subjects: effects of differential pain reduction strategies

@article{Pascalis1999PainPS,
  title={Pain perception, somatosensory event-related potentials and skin conductance responses to painful stimuli in high, mid, and low hypnotizable subjects: effects of differential pain reduction strategies},
  author={V. Pascalis and M. Magurano and Anna Bellusci},
  journal={PAIN®},
  year={1999},
  volume={83},
  pages={499-508}
}
  • V. Pascalis, M. Magurano, Anna Bellusci
  • Published 1999
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • PAIN®
  • In this study, pain perception, somatosensory event-related potential (SERP) and skin conductance response (SCR) changes during hypnotic suggestions of Deep Relaxation, Dissociated Imagery, Focused Analgesia, and Placebo, compared with a Waking baseline condition, were investigated. SERPs were recorded from frontal, temporal, central, and parietal scalp sites. Ten high, 9 mid, and 10 low hypnotizable right-handed women participated in the experiment. The following measures were obtained: (1… CONTINUE READING
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