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163. Mr. Kim's experience of chronic back pain is influenced by his cultural background, hisattentional processes, and nerve damage caused by an automobile accident. Anintegrated understanding of Mr. Kim's suffering is most clearly provided byA)the McGurk effect.B)the volley principle.C)gate-control theory.D)a biopsychosocial approach.
164. People who carry a gene that boosts the availability of ________ are less bothered bypain.
165. When given a placebo that is said to relieve pain, we are likely to be soothed by thebrain's release of
166. People with persistent arm pain experienced a reduction in pain after receivingacupuncture with trick needles that retracted without puncturing the skin. The fakeacupuncture treatment could best be described as a
167. If Jared watches a nurse give him an injection, he experiences more pain than if hecloses his eyes during the procedure and thinks about his favorite food. This illustratesthe value of ________ for pain control.A)synesthesiaB)sensory interactionC)distractionD)psychokinesis
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168. Burn victims have experienced reduced levels of pain thanks to the distraction of
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Psychology, Olfaction, Olfactory receptor neuron, phantom limb sensations

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