Original paper

Observer influences on pain: an experimental series examining same-sex and opposite-sex friends, strangers, and romantic partners

Volume: 158, Issue: 5, Pages: 846 - 855
Published: Jan 10, 2017
Abstract
Despite the well-documented sex and gender differences, little is known about the relative impact of male–female social interactions on pain. Three experiments were conducted to investigate whether the type of interpersonal relationship men and women have with an observer affects how they respond to experimental pain. Study 1 recruited friends and strangers, study 2 examined the effects of same- and opposite-sex friends, whereas study 3...
Paper Details
Title
Observer influences on pain: an experimental series examining same-sex and opposite-sex friends, strangers, and romantic partners
Published Date
Jan 10, 2017
Volume
158
Issue
5
Pages
846 - 855
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