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- Introduction: Why Pain?
- 1 A Sample at the Extremes
- 2 Drivers of Pain Research and a Meeting in Issaquah
- 3 Functional Localization, the Spinothalamic Tract, and Neurosurgery for Pain
- 4 Emotions, Affect, and the Limbic System
- 5 Early Evidence of Central Nervous System Control and a Conceptual Model Revisited
- 6 Psychophysics and Nociceptors
- 7 Central Sensitization and Pain Genes
- 8 Central Nervous System Modulation of Pain: Neurophysiological and Clinical Evidence
- 9 Central Nervous System Generation and Modulation of Pain: Early Evidence from Anatomical Brain Imaging and the Development of Functional Brain Imaging
- 10 Functional Imaging Contributions to Chasing Pain
- 11 Unfinished Business: A Sample
- 12 The Chase Today: Summary and Implications