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This assignment is aiming to teach you about the concept of pain. This concept has elaborated
by the gate theory. You are supposed to comprehend and discuss the concept as well as put it
in the local cultural perspective. You will address the following two questions in the
a) How human being experience sensation of pain, discuss with the help of Gate Control Theory. 10 marks
b) What are the cultural differences in the experience of pain? Logically discuss with reference to Eastern & Western culture. 5+5 marks
PSY402 Experimental Psychology Assignment 1 Solution & Discussion Fall 2019
SEMESTER FALL 2019
Experimental Psychology (PSY402)
Due Date: 25.11.2019 Marks: 20
Lesson No: 3
HEARING AND THE OTHER SENSES
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This assignment is aiming to teach you about the concept of pain. This concept has elaborated by the gate theory. You are supposed to comprehend and discuss the concept as well as put it in the local cultural perspective. You will address the following two questions in the assignment.
Theory. 10 marks
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Gate pain theory
According to gate Theory of Pain that non-painful sensations can override and reduce painful sensations. A painful, nociceptive stimulus stimulates primary afferent fibers and travels to the brain transmission cells. high activity of the transmission cells results in high perceived pain. Conversely, decreasing activity of transmission cells reduces perceived pain. In the Gate Control Theory, a closed "gate" describes when input to transmission cells is blocked, therefore reducing the sensation of pain. An open “gate” describes when input to transmission cells in permitted, therefore allowing the sensation of pain.
Cross cultural experiences of pain
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Pain is a ubiquitous feature of the human experience. This paper presents an anthropology of pain. Anthropology is defined as the cross-cultural and comparative study of human behavior. Pain can be acute and episodic, and pain can be constant and uninterrupted. Acute pain, lasting for minutes or hours, is reported at some time by virtually all adults and by most juveniles and is indicated by the cries and facial expressions of toddlers and infants. This universality of pain as a part of the human condition has been established by the research of many biological, physical, and social scientists. Ethnographers, physicians, and public health experts describe pain complaints for a variety of modern, industrial societies and traditional, undeveloped societies. Pain is the most frequent complaint brought to the offices of physicians in North America, and it is a focus of attention in the literate medical traditions of China, India, and Islamic cultures. Hence, the study of pain and the cultural perceptions of pain are prominent foci of anthropologists. Given that the goal of medicine is to offer medical care to all people who seek it, the practice of modern medicine may be assisted by an exploration of the possibility of cultural differences in medical beliefs and practices in the multiethnic and racially diverse patient populations today..
PSY402 Assignment No 01 Solution Fall 2019