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Why become more general when we can be more specific? Comment on Hollins et al. “Perceived intensity and unpleasantness of cutaneous and auditory stimuli: An evaluation of the generalized hypervigilance hypothesis” [Pain 2009;141:215–221], and on Rollman “Perspectives on hypervigilance” [Pain 2009;141:183–184]


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Damme, S. V., Crombez, G., Wiech, K., Legrain, V., Peters, M. L. and Eccleston, C., 2009. Why become more general when we can be more specific? Comment on Hollins et al. “Perceived intensity and unpleasantness of cutaneous and auditory stimuli: An evaluation of the generalized hypervigilance hypothesis” [Pain 2009;141:215–221], and on Rollman “Perspectives on hypervigilance” [Pain 2009;141:183–184]. Pain, 144 (3), pp. 342-343.

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Item Type Articles
CreatorsDamme, S. V., Crombez, G., Wiech, K., Legrain, V., Peters, M. L. and Eccleston, C.
DOI10.1016/j.pain.2009.04.035
DepartmentsFaculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Health
Research CentresCentre for Pain Research
RefereedYes
StatusPublished
ID Code18073

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