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Old 07-07-2012, 09:23 PM   #201
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Here is a piece by David Seminowicz, one of the speakers PSD featured at Congress this spring. Believe in your Placebo, from 2006, open access.
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The social role of touch in humans and primates: Behavioural function and
neurobiological mechanisms
R.I.M. Dunbar *

Have just read this paper while thinking about social grooming in bath houses. It is mentioned in post 142 of this thread, which is well worth a bump.
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Old 26-09-2014, 03:04 PM   #203
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Which thread was that Jo? Your link did not make the jump.
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This thread : you wrote
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Here is the Dunbar paper ian brought:

The social role of touch in humans and primates: Behavioural function and neurobiological mechanisms (9-page pdf)

VERY good paper, all about what goes on in the reward pathways.


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sub-clinical doses of the opiate-blocker naltrexone (5mg/kg) resulted in a marked increase in the frequency with which animals solicited grooming from others. In effect, animals given opiate blockade appeared not to be able to get enough grooming, whereas those given opiates acted as if they were satiated and were disinterested in either giving or receiving grooming.

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Which thread was that Jo? Your link did not make the jump.
Thanks Marc, it was this thread.

I was about to post the paper and came across this while checking to see if it had been posted before, so I just added a comment to the end of the thread instead of making a link.

There must be many like me who arrived here post July 2012. I was so blown away by the content of the whole thread, I wanted to flag it up
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Hallo everyone,

I just landed to this thread. I was searching for something and landed here.
I have read half of the posts and downloaded some chapters too. WOW! Thank you.
After resting and much needed sleep I am again will be reading like 'crazy' hahaha....
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A great essay by Nicholas Humphrey on the "Evolved Self-Management System" at Edge.org.
Discusses placebo, culture, among others things..
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Yes, very good Diane , read his thoughts on placebo years ago . His thoughts on environmental cues regarding behaviouir and 'allowed' cultural expression are interesting too (this is why we need knowledge gained via anthropology etc to see how context and cultural factors influnce things) . In our own field Dave Nichols on critical physiotherapy seems to be a person who is doing this very well. Looked for the Dunbar paper as recommended by Jo but the link doesnt work anymore .
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Here is the abstract: The social role of touch in humans and primates: Behavioural function and neurobiological mechanisms


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“If you make people think they're thinking, they'll love you, but if you really make them think, they'll hate you." ~Don Marquis

"In times of change, learners inherit the earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists" ~Roland Barth

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