Psychophysical correlates in adults with sensory modulation disorder.

@article{BarShalita2012PsychophysicalCI,
  title={Psychophysical correlates in adults with sensory modulation disorder.},
  author={Tami Bar-Shalita and J J Vatine and Shula Parush and Lisa B Deutsch and Ze'ev Seltzer},
  journal={Disability and rehabilitation},
  year={2012},
  volume={34 11},
  pages={
          943-50
        }
}
PURPOSE Individuals with sensory modulation disorder (SMD) demonstrate abnormal responses to naturally occurring stimuli in a manner that interferes with daily life activities. This study is the first study applying quantitative sensory testing to characterize the somatosensory sensitivity of adults with SMD. METHOD One hundred and fifty one adults (68 males and 83 females) were tested comparing 91 SMD to 60 SMD-free, control individuals. Group placement (SMD vs. SMD-free) was determined… CONTINUE READING
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