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  • An Individualized, Perception-Based Protocol to Investigate Human Physiological Responses to Cooling. [Journal Article]
    Front Physiol 2018; 9:195Coolbaugh CL, Bush EC, … Towse TF
  • Cold exposure, a known stimulant of the thermogenic effects of brown adipose tissue (BAT), is the most widely used method to study BAT physiology in adult humans. Recently, individualized cooling has been recommended to standardize the physiological cold stress applied across participants, but critical experimental details remain unclear. The purpose of this work was to develop a detailed methodo…
  • Effect of Dynamic Temperature Stimulus to Plantar Surface of the Foot in the Standing Position. [Journal Article]
    Front Bioeng Biotechnol 2016; 4:88Watanabe R, Kajimoto H
  • We have previously found that a vertical force or tactile sensation occurs when the temperature of a participant's skin changes rapidly. In this illusion, upward motion, pressure, or force sensation is elicited when stimulus temperature rises rapidly, whereas in the opposite case, downward motion or pulling sensation is elicited. In this paper, we applied this phenomenon to the sole (plantar surf…
  • Lack of effect of partial spinal cord sections upon thermal discrimination in the monkey. [Journal Article]
    Appl Neurophysiol 1975; 38(3):145-52Eidelberg E, Rick C
  • Monkeys, previously trained to discriminate between "warm" and "cool" stimuli to the skin, were used to test whether the interruption of certain pathways in the spinal cord causes permanet deficits in thermoesthesia. Lesions of the spinothalamic, spinocervical and dorsal funiculi pathways failed to interrupt temperature discrimination, as did also hemisection of the cord. It appears that there is…
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