1. Statistical learning shapes pain perception and prediction independently of external cues

    This article has 7 authors:
    1. Jakub Onysk
    2. Nicholas Gregory
    3. Mia Whitefield
    4. Maeghal Jain
    5. Georgia Turner
    6. Ben Seymour
    7. Flavia Mancini
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      This study presents a valuable insight into a computational mechanism of pain perception. The evidence supporting the authors' claims is compelling. The work will be of interest to pain researchers working on computational models and cognitive mechanisms of pain in a Bayesian framework.

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  2. Adverse effects of COVID-19-related lockdown on pain, physical activity and psychological well-being in people with chronic pain

    This article has 7 authors:
    1. Nicholas Fallon
    2. Christopher Brown
    3. Hannah Twiddy
    4. Eleanor Brian
    5. Bernhard Frank
    6. Turo Nurmikko
    7. Andrej Stancak

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  3. Tele- Yoga therapy for Patients with Chronic Pain during Covid-19 Lockdown: A Prospective Nonrandomized Single Arm Clinical Trial

    This article has 5 authors:
    1. Neha Sharma
    2. Dipa Modi
    3. Asha Nathwani
    4. Bhavna Pandya
    5. Jaydeep Joshi

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