Using fMRI to dissociate sensory encoding from cognitive evaluation of heat pain intensity.

@article{Kong2006UsingFT,
  title={Using fMRI to dissociate sensory encoding from cognitive evaluation of heat pain intensity.},
  author={Jian Kong and Nathan S. White and Kenneth K. Kwong and Mark G. Vangel and Ilana S Rosman and Richard H. Gracely and Randy L. Gollub},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2006},
  volume={27 9},
  pages={715-21}
}
Neuroimaging studies of painful stimuli in humans have identified a network of brain regions that is more extensive than identified previously in electrophysiological and anatomical studies of nociceptive pathways. This extensive network has been described as a pain matrix of brain regions that mediate the many interrelated aspects of conscious processing of nociceptive input such as perception, evaluation, affective response, and emotional memory. We used functional magnetic resonance imaging… CONTINUE READING

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