Anticipatory electroencephalography alpha rhythm predicts subjective perception of pain intensity

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Anticipatory electroencephalography alpha rhythm predicts subjective perception of pain intensity
Authors: Claudio Babilonilo, Alfredo Brancuccilow, Claudio Del Percio, Paolo Capotostolow, Lars Arendt-Nielsen, Andrew C.N. Chen, Paolo Maria Rossini
Citation: The Journal of Pain 7 (10): 709-717. 2006 October
Database(s): PubMed (PMID/17018331)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jpain.2006.03.005.
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Anticipatory electroencephalography alpha rhythm predicts subjective perception of pain intensity reports an electroencephalography study on humans using a painful stimulus.

A similar study had previously been performed by the group.[1]

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Healthy adults
Subjects/♂/♀: 10 /  /
Age: 27 (24–32)
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Approval: Local institutional ethics committee
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Group 1 of 10 healthy adults were included in the study. The group had a mean age of 27 with a range from 24 to 32. The study on the human subjects was approved by the Local institutional ethics committee.

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  1. C. Babiloni, A. Brancucci, F. Babiloni, P. Capotosto, F. Carducci, F. Cincotti, Lars Arendt-Nielsen, A.C. Chen, P.M. Rossini (2003). "Anticipatory cortical responses during the expectancy of a predictable painful stimulation: A high-resolution electroencephalography study". European Journal of Neuroscience 18: 1692-1700.
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