Giancarlo Carli

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Physiology University of Siena, Siena, Toscana, Italy 
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Ciaramella A, Silvestri S, Pozzolini V, et al. (2021) A retrospective observational study comparing somatosensory amplification in fibromyalgia, chronic pain, psychiatric disorders and healthy subjects. Scandinavian Journal of Pain. 21: 317-329
Santarcangelo EL, Carli G. (2021) Individual Traits and Pain Treatment: The Case of Hypnotizability. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 15: 683045
Carli G, Farabollini F. (2021) Cardiovascular correlates of human emotional vasovagal syncope differ from those of animal freezing and tonic immobility. Physiology & Behavior. 113463
Santarcangelo EL, Carli G, Sebastiani L. (2021) An evolutionary approach to hypnotizability. The American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis. 63: 294-301
Ciaramella A, Silvestri S, Pozzolini V, et al. (2020) A retrospective observational study comparing somatosensory amplification in fibromyalgia, chronic pain, psychiatric disorders and healthy subjects. Scandinavian Journal of Pain
Presciuttini S, Carli G, Santarcangelo EL. (2020) HYPNOTIZABILITY-RELATED FAAH C385A POLYMORPHISM: POSSIBLE ENDOCANNABINOID CONTRIBUTION TO SUGGESTION-INDUCED ANALGESIA. The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. 68: 29-37
Ciaramella A, Cremonini S, Crupi M, et al. (2019) A comparison of somatosensory amplification among fibromyalgia, other forms of chronic pain and psychiatric disorders: A psychiatric perspective Journal of Psychosomatic Research. 121: 149-150
Varanini M, Balocchi R, Carli G, et al. (2018) HYPNOTIZABILITY AND PAIN MODULATION: A Body-Mind Perspective. The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. 66: 265-281
Fidanza F, Varanini M, Ciaramella A, et al. (2017) Pain modulation as a function of hypnotizability: Diffuse noxious inhibitory control induced by cold pressor test vs explicit suggestions of analgesia. Physiology & Behavior. 171: 135-141
Miranda-Páez A, Zamudio SR, Vázquez-León P, et al. (2016) Effect of melatonin injection into the periaqueductal gray on antinociception and tonic immobility in male rats. Hormones and Behavior
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