Dan Kenshalo

Affiliations: 
National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD 
Area:
pain
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Woodward KL, Kenshalo DR, Oliff GK. (1990) A tactile stimulation device for measuring two-point and gap discrimination thresholds in humans Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers. 22: 440-442
Woodward KL, Kenshalo DR. (1987) The recovery of sensory function following skin flaps in humans. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 79: 428-35
Kenshalo DR. (1986) Somesthetic sensitivity in young and elderly humans. Journal of Gerontology. 41: 732-42
Greenspan JD, Kenshalo DR. (1985) The primate as a model for the human temperature-sensing system: 2. Area of skin receiving thermal stimulation (spatial summation). Somatosensory Research. 2: 315-24
Rózsa AJ, Molinari HH, Greenspan JD, et al. (1985) The primate as a model for the human temperature-sensing system: 1. Adapting temperature and intensity of thermal stimuli. Somatosensory Research. 2: 303-14
Greenspan JD, Kenshalo DR, Henderson R. (1984) The influence of rate of skin indentation on threshold and suprathreshold tactile sensations. Somatosensory Research. 1: 379-93
Duclaux R, Kenshalo DR. (1980) Response characteristics of cutaneous warm receptors in the monkey. Journal of Neurophysiology. 43: 1-15
Chatt AB, Kenshalo DR. (1979) The afferent fiber population mediating the thermal evoked response to skin cooling in man. Experimental Neurology. 64: 146-54
Molinari HH, Greenspan JD, Krenshalo DR. (1977) The effects of rate of temperature change and adapting temperature on thermal sensitivity. Sensory Processes. 1: 354-62
Chatt AB, Kenshalo DR. (1977) Cerebral evoked responses to skin warming recorded from human scalp. Experimental Brain Research. 28: 449-55
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