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212. The classic gate-control theory suggests that pain is experienced when small nervefibers activate and open a neural gate in theA)basilar membrane.B)semicircular canals.C)olfactory bulb.D)spinal cord.
213. According to the gate-control theory, a back massage would most likely reduce yourphysical aches and pains by causing the
214. After losing his left hand in an accident, Jack continued to experience pain in hisnonexistent hand. His experience illustrates
215. The brain, responding to the absence of auditory stimulation, may amplify irrelevantneural activity to produce
216. After painful medical procedures, people's memory snapshots tend to overlookA)the final moments of pain associated with the procedure.B)the peak moments of pain associated with the procedure.C)the total duration of the pain associated with the procedure.D)
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