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Perception and Reaction to Pain is a Simultaneous Response

News   Dec 13, 2018 | Original Press Release from the Technical University of Munich

 
More Than Just an Unpleasant Sensation

Laura Tiemann, first author of the new study about pain perception, prepares together with Markus Ploner, Heisenberg Professor for Human Pain Research, a volunteer for the EEG-measurements. Credit: K. Bauer / TUM

 
 
 

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