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Experimenter-suggested cognitions and pain control: problem of spontaneous strategies


Psychological Reports 43(1): 156-158
Experimenter-suggested cognitions and pain control: problem of spontaneous strategies
When 12 subjects [human] were asked to use the cognitive strategy of imagining 1 finger numb and not to attend to the other, some did and some did not.

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Accession: 040103665

PMID: 704733

DOI: 10.2466/pr0.1978.43.1.156



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