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Bodily functions, sensations, and mood in people with and without pain

09 August 2018

Everyone experiences changes in their body and their mood throughout life. The purpose of this survey is to find out about the changes that people experience in the way their body works, the sensations that they feel, and their mood. We are particularly interested in understanding how these are different between people who have chronic pain and those who don't. People aged 16 or older, WITH or WITHOUT chronic pain can take part, in exchange for entry into a prize draw for a £50 Amazon voucher.

Requirements

  • Aged 16 or over
  • From any country, although good English comprehension is required
  • WITH or WITHOUT chronic pain

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Ethical approval

The study has been approved by the Ethical Committee of the Psychology Department of the University of Bath

About the researcher

Dr Janet Bultitude is a Lecturer at the Psychology Department and Centre for Pain Research at the University of Bath. Her research examines changes in sensations and body perception in people with chronic pain, and how these changes can be targeted for treatment.

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