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Article

Tan, C.-W., Palmer, S. and Martin, D. (2012) The effect of stimulus number on the stability of responses for an extensive heat pain test. Somatosensory & Motor Research, 29 (2). pp. 62-69. ISSN 0899-0220

Tan, C.-W., Palmer, S., Martin, D. and Roche, P. (2007) Detection-theory analysis of scaling and discrimination tasks: Responses to noxious thermal stimuli. Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, 69 (6). pp. 994-1001. ISSN 1943-3921

Conference or Workshop Item

Tan, C.-W., Martin, D., Roche, P. and Palmer, S. (2007) Noxious heat discrimination ability in persons with chronic pain a psychophysical study. In: World Congress for Physical Therapy, Vancouver, Canada, June, 2007.

Tan, C.-W., Martin, D., Roche, P. and Palmer, S. (2005) The influence of chronic pain memory on noxious thermal discrimination ability in chronic low back pain sufferers. In: 11th World Congress on Pain, Sydney, Australia, 21st August, 2005.

Tan, C.-W., Martin, D., Veto, J., Roche, P. and Palmer, S. (2005) The effects of a topical anaesthetic (EMLA) on noxious thermal discrmination: A psychophysical study. In: Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting, Edinburgh, UK, 9th March, 2005.

Tan, C.-W., Martin, D., Roche, P. and Palmer, S. (2005) The influence of stimulus presentation frequency on noxious thermal discrimination: A methodological study. In: Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting, Edinburgh, UK, 9th March, 2005.

Tan, C.-W., Martin, D., Kirk, K. and Palmer, S. (2004) Comparison of context-coding noise within discrimination and intensity rating methods in the study of pain perception. In: Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting, Manchester, UK, 30th March, 2004.

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