Emotional and cognitive aspects of pain perception

What are the emotional and cognitive aspects of pain perception? 

If an individual recognizes a stimulus as painful but is emotionally indifferent to pain, then there is no sense of suffering—no distress, no anguish.

The impact of the pain is largely nullified by a lack of an emotional, interpretive context.


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