Are both the sensory and the affective dimensions of pain encoded in the face?

PainKunz M et al. | December 02, 2011

The facial expression of pain is a multidimensional response system that differentially encodes affective and sensory pain qualities. This differential encoding might have evolved to guarantee that the specific characteristics of one's pain experience are facially communicated, thereby ensuring adequate help and support from others.

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