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The Impact of Music on Nociceptive Processing

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The Impact of Music on Nociceptive Processing

The investigators are studying the ways that different music may change pain perception

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music intervention

The music intervention (Unwind), developed by the investigators collaborators at the Sync Project, is a machine learning protocol that generates specific sounds and phrases of music that are stitched into a music track in response to user-reported pain, anxiety and catastrophizing scales. Unwind is delivered via a web application on a smart phone. Participants will also listen to white noise and their favorite music throughout the study session

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Investigating Differences in Modulation of Nociceptive Processing by Music in Chronic Pain Patients

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NCT04087564

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