PAIN PERCEPTION: FROM ANTICIPATION MEXANISMS TO EXPERIENCE OF INTENSIVITY OF PAIN

Abstract


Data of researches of contemporary studies on correlation of mechanisms of anticipation and experiences by an individual of pain intensity are provided in the review. Conclusions about this correlation are drawn on the basis of clinical and psychophysiological trials with application of fMRT and EEG.

About the authors

Alexander S Granitsa

Kazan State Medical University

420012, Kazan, Butlerov St., 49
Department of Medical and General Psychology

Vladimir D Mendelevich

Kazan State Medical University

Email: mend@tbit.ru
420012, Kazan, Butlerov St., 49
Department of Medical and General Psychology

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