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Fear of pain and event-related potentials during exposure to image-cued somatosensory stimulation
Zheng,Panpan1; Lyu,Zhenyong2; Jackson,Todd1,3
2019-06-19
Source PublicationBrain Research
ISSN18726240 00068993
Volume1695Pages:91-101
AbstractNumerous behavior studies have assessed links of pain-related fear with biases in attention towards pain stimuli but considerably less is known about neural processes underlying such biases. To address this gap, event-related potentials (ERPs) were examined as 39 high pain-fearful (Hi-FOP) and 36 low pain-fearful (Lo-FOP) adults (1) viewed non-painful versus painful images and (2) subsequently received non-painful versus possibly painful somatosensory stimulation, respectively. The Hi-FOP group judged both non-painful and painful somatosensory stimulation to be more intense than Lo-FOP group members did. Hi-FOP group members also displayed smaller N1 amplitudes than Lo-FOP group members did during image presentations, regardless of image type. Finally, Lo-FOP group members exhibited larger P3 amplitudes when processing potentially painful somatosensory stimulation compared to non-painful stimulation while no such difference was observed in Hi-FOP group members. Overall results suggested that the pain-fearful tended to exaggerate the subjective intensity of potentially painful somatosensory stimuli but allocated comparatively fewer cognitive resources to processing such stimulation; arguably, this pattern perpetuates high fear of pain levels.
KeywordEvent-related potentials (ERPs) Fear of pain N1 P3 Pain perception
DOI10.1016/j.brainres.2018.05.042
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Language英语
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Corresponding AuthorJackson,Todd
Affiliation1.Key Laboratory of Cognition and PersonalityChina Education MinistrySouthwest University,Chongqing,400715,China
2.School of Education ScienceXinyang Normal University,Xinyang,464000,China
3.Department of PsychologyUniversity of Macau,999078,Macao
Corresponding Author AffilicationUniversity of Macau
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Zheng,Panpan,Lyu,Zhenyong,Jackson,Todd. Fear of pain and event-related potentials during exposure to image-cued somatosensory stimulation[J]. Brain Research,2019,1695:91-101.
APA Zheng,Panpan,Lyu,Zhenyong,&Jackson,Todd.(2019).Fear of pain and event-related potentials during exposure to image-cued somatosensory stimulation.Brain Research,1695,91-101.
MLA Zheng,Panpan,et al."Fear of pain and event-related potentials during exposure to image-cued somatosensory stimulation".Brain Research 1695(2019):91-101.
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