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Fake feedback on pain tolerance impacts proactive versus reactive control strategies

Davide Rigoni (UGent) , Senne Braem (UGent) , Gilles Pourtois (UGent) and Marcel Brass (UGent)
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COGNITIVE CONTROL, FREE WILL, SELF-CONTROL, WEAKENING BELIEF, PREFRONTAL CORTEX, ERROR, INCREASES, EFFICACY, Cognitive control, Self-control, Pain tolerance, TASK, Post-error slowing, Reactive, Belief, Proactive

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Rigoni, Davide et al. “Fake Feedback on Pain Tolerance Impacts Proactive Versus Reactive Control Strategies.” CONSCIOUSNESS AND COGNITION 42 (2016): 366–373. Print.
APA
Rigoni, D., Braem, S., Pourtois, G., & Brass, M. (2016). Fake feedback on pain tolerance impacts proactive versus reactive control strategies. CONSCIOUSNESS AND COGNITION, 42, 366–373.
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Rigoni, Davide, Senne Braem, Gilles Pourtois, and Marcel Brass. 2016. “Fake Feedback on Pain Tolerance Impacts Proactive Versus Reactive Control Strategies.” Consciousness and Cognition 42: 366–373.
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Rigoni, Davide, Senne Braem, Gilles Pourtois, and Marcel Brass. 2016. “Fake Feedback on Pain Tolerance Impacts Proactive Versus Reactive Control Strategies.” Consciousness and Cognition 42: 366–373.
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Rigoni D, Braem S, Pourtois G, Brass M. Fake feedback on pain tolerance impacts proactive versus reactive control strategies. CONSCIOUSNESS AND COGNITION. 2016;42:366–73.
IEEE
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D. Rigoni, S. Braem, G. Pourtois, and M. Brass, “Fake feedback on pain tolerance impacts proactive versus reactive control strategies,” CONSCIOUSNESS AND COGNITION, vol. 42, pp. 366–373, 2016.
@article{7229351,
  author       = {Rigoni, Davide and Braem, Senne and Pourtois, Gilles and Brass, Marcel},
  issn         = {1053-8100},
  journal      = {CONSCIOUSNESS AND COGNITION},
  keywords     = {COGNITIVE CONTROL,FREE WILL,SELF-CONTROL,WEAKENING BELIEF,PREFRONTAL CORTEX,ERROR,INCREASES,EFFICACY,Cognitive control,Self-control,Pain tolerance,TASK,Post-error slowing,Reactive,Belief,Proactive},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {366--373},
  title        = {Fake feedback on pain tolerance impacts proactive versus reactive control strategies},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.concog.2016.04.015},
  volume       = {42},
  year         = {2016},
}

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