Possibilities of attentional control of pain: Influence of distractive Stroop task on pain threshold and pain tolerance

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87 There are many examples of the absence of pain in situations when the experience of pain would be expected, and there is no absolute correspondence between pain perception and nocioceptive stimulation (e.g. sport injuries or injuries during war battles) (Melzack & Wall, 1996). These examples clearly indicate that pain perception is not a linear… (More)

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@inproceedings{Ivanec2007PossibilitiesOA, title={Possibilities of attentional control of pain: Influence of distractive Stroop task on pain threshold and pain tolerance}, author={Dragutin Ivanec and ANA KOTZMUTH}, year={2007} }