Brain's emotional state may affect pain, researchers say

07/3/2013 | Science Blog

Researchers suggest that complex emotional states affect how people feel pain and variations in pain thresholds. Documenting pain in clinical research is made more difficult by the complex link between pain input and a subsequent report of pain sensation, but development of neuroimaging techniques may be helpful, the article says.

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