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Role of explicit verbal information in conditioned analgesia.

Bibliographic reference Carlino, E ; Torta, Diana ; Piedimonte, A ; Frisaldi, E ; Vighetti, S ; et. al. Role of explicit verbal information in conditioned analgesia.. In: European Journal of Pain, Vol. 19, no.4, p. 546-553 (2015)
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