Pain processing in multisensory environments

@article{Hfle2010PainPI,
  title={Pain processing in multisensory environments},
  author={Marion H{\"o}fle and M. Hauck and A. Engel and D. Senkowski},
  journal={e-Neuroforum},
  year={2010},
  volume={1},
  pages={23-28}
}
  • Marion Höfle, M. Hauck, +1 author D. Senkowski
  • Published 2010
  • Psychology
  • e-Neuroforum
  • Abstract“Don’t look and it won’t hurt” is common advice heard before receiving an injection, but is there any truth in this statement? Pain processing can be separated into two major components: a sensory-discriminative component, which reflects the location and intensity of a painful event, and an affective-motivational component that reflects the unpleasantness of pain. The differentiation between these components and the effects of additional sensory inputs on them becomes apparent if you… CONTINUE READING

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