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Last Updated: 01 May 2022
brain mechanisms of short-term habituation and sensitization toward dyspnea. "brain mechanisms of short-term habituation and sensitization toward dyspnea.", by Stoeckel MC, Esser RW, Gamer M, Büchel C, von Leupoldt A. F3: Localization of correlations between Δ intensity (A) and Δ unpleasantness (B,C) ratings and changes in fMRI activation over time for dyspnea anticipation [(cue dyspnea late-cue baseline late)-(cue dyspnea early-cue baseline early)]. (A) and (B)...

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