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A long (~ 30 seconds or more) heat stimulus is applied to the skin and the participant rates the experienced sensation continuously on a visual analogue scale
Synonyms: heat sensibilization / habituation, tonic stimulation model with continuous visual analogue scale
Definition contributed by BNierula about six years ago

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CONDITIONS

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CONTRASTS

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"Time course of activation in each voxels is of interest during this task"
BNierula (about six years ago)

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Definition contributed by BNierula about six years ago:A long (~ 30 seconds or more) heat stimulus is applied to the skin and the participant rates the experienced sensation continuously on a visual analogue scale

REVISION 2

Definition contributed by BNierula about six years ago:A long (~ 30 seconds or more) heat stimulus is applied to the skin and the participant rates the experienced sensation continuously on a visual analogue scale

REVISION 1

Definition contributed by BNierula about six years ago:A long (~30 seconds) heat stimulus is applied to the skin and the participant rates the experienced sensation continuously on a visual analogue scale

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