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The role of spatial attention in attentional control over pain: an experimental investigation

Bibliographic reference Ryckeghem, Dimitri M. L. ; Damme, Stefaan ; Crombez, Geert ; Eccleston, Christopher ; Verhoeven, Katrien ; et. al. The role of spatial attention in attentional control over pain: an experimental investigation. In: Experimental Brain Research, Vol. 208, no. 2, p. 269-275 (2011)
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