Sadness enhances the experience of pain and affects pain-evoked cortical activities: an meg study

The Journal of Pain, 04/25/2012

These findings suggest that sadness can modulate neural responses to pain stimuli, and that brain processing of pain stimuli had already been affected, at the level of the primary somatosensory cortex, which is critical for sensory processing of pain.

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