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Negative expectations facilitate mechanical hyperalgesia after high-frequency electrical stimulation of human skin

Bibliographic reference van den Broeke, Emanuel ; Geene, N. ; van Rijn, C.M. ; Wilder-Smith, O.H.G. ; Oosterman, J.. Negative expectations facilitate mechanical hyperalgesia after high-frequency electrical stimulation of human skin. In: European Journal of Pain, Vol. 18, no.1, p. 86-91 (2014)
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