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Nocebo Hyperalgesia can be Induced by the Observation of a Model Showing Natural Pain Expressions.

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Summary of "Nocebo Hyperalgesia can be Induced by the Observation of a Model Showing Natural Pain Expressions."

Nocebo hyperalgesia is an increase in pain through the expectation of such an increase as a consequence of a sham treatment. Nocebo hyperalgesia can be induced by observation of a model demonstrating increased pain via verbal pain ratings. The aim of the present study was to investigate whether observing natural pain behavior, such as facial pain expressions, can also induce nocebo responses.

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Name: The Clinical journal of pain
ISSN: 1536-5409
Pages: 737-743

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