Another's pain in my brain: No evidence that placebo analgesia affects the sensory-discriminative component in empathy for pain

Description: This collection contains the statistical maps of an first-hand and empathy for pain task. We induced a localized, first-hand placebo analgesia effect in the right hand of 45 participants by means of a placebo gel and conditioning techniques, and compared this to the left hand as a control condition. Participants underwent a pain task in the MRI scanner, receiving painful or non-painful electrical stimulation on their left or right hand, or witnessing another person receiving such stimulation.

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Related article DOI10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.117397
Related article authorsHelena Hartmann, Markus Rütgen, Federica Riva and Claus Lamm
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