PDFiconMarie Eikemo, Guido Biele, Frode Willoch, Lotte Thomsen & Siri Leknes. (2017) Opioid modulation of value-based decision making in healthy humans, Neuropsychopharmacology [Supplementary materials]

PDFiconLiljencrantz J, Strigo I, ¤Ellingsen D-M, Krämer H, Lundblad L, Nagi S, Leknes S, Olausson H. (2017). Slow brushing reduces heat pain in humans. Eur J Pain

PDFiconM Eikemo, GE Løseth, T Johnstone, J Gjerstad, F Willoch, S Leknes (2016) Sweet taste pleasantness is modulated by morphine and naltrexone. Psychopharmacology, 1-13

PDFiconChelnokova, O., Laeng, B., ¤Løseth, G., ¤Eikemo, M., Willoch, F., & Leknes, S. (2016). The µ-Opioid System Promotes Visual Attention to Faces and Eyes. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, nsw116.

PDFiconBrandtzaeg, O. K., Johnsen, E., Roberg-Larsen, H., Seip, K. F., MacLean, E. L., Gesquiere, L. R., Leknes S, Lundanes E, Wilson, S. R. (2016). Proteomics tools reveal startlingly high amounts of oxytocin in plasma and serum. Scientific Reports, 6.

PDFiconNilsen, A. S., Blix, I., Leknes, S., Ekeberg, Ø., Skogstad, L., Endestad, T., Østberg BC & Heir, T (2016). Brain activity in response to trauma-specific, negative, and neutral stimuli. A fMRI study of recent road traffic accident survivors. Front Psychol, 7

PDFiconEllingsen, D.-M., Leknes, S., & Kringelbach, M. (2015). Hedonic value. In: Handbook of Value: Perspectives from Economics, Neuroscience, Philosophy, Psychology and Sociology, 265-286. Eds: David Sander and Tobias Brosch: Oxford University Press

PDFiconJohnsen, E, Leknes S, Wilson, SR, Lundanes E (2015) Liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry platform for both small neurotransmitters and neuropeptides in blood, with automatic and robust solid phase extraction. Scientific Reports 5.

PDFiconLøseth GE, Ellingsen D-M, Leknes S (2014) State-dependent µ-opioid Modulation of Social Motivation – a model. Front Behav Neurosci 8.

PDFiconJonassen R, Chelnokova O, Harmer CJ, Leknes S, Landrø NI (2015) A Single dose of Antidepressant Alters Eye-Gaze Patterns across Face stimuli in Healthy Women. Psychopharmacology (Berl) 232:953-958. Epub 7 Sept 2014

PDFiconBastian B, Jetten J, Hornsey M, Leknes S (2014) The positive consequences of pain: A biopsychosocial approach. Personality and Social Psychology Review 18:256-279.

PDFiconChelnokova O, Laeng B, Eikemo M, Riegels J, Løseth G, Maurud H, Willoch F, Leknes S (2014) Rewards of Beauty: The Opioid System Mediates Social Motivation in Humans. Mol Psychiatry 19:746-747. [Supplementary materials]

PDFiconEllingsen D-M, Wessberg J, Chelnokova O, Olausson H, Laeng B, Leknes S (2014) In touch with your emotions: Oxytocin and touch change social impressions while others’ facial expressions can alter touch. Psychoneuroendocrinology 39:11-20.

PDFiconLeknes S, Bastian B (2014) The benefits of pain. The Review in Philosophy and Psychology 5:57-70.

PDFiconLeknes S, Bastian B (2014) How does pain affect eating and food pleasure? Pain 155:652-653. How does pain affect eating and food pleasure? Pain 155:652-653.

PDFiconEllingsen D-M, Wessberg J, Eikemo M, Liljencrantz J, Endestad T, Olausson H, Leknes S (2013) Placebo improves pleasure and pain through opposite modulation of sensory processing. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 110:17993–17998.

PDFiconEllingsen D-M, Leknes S (2013) Placebo gav lindrad smärta, men också ökad njutning. Lakartidningen 110:CLEF.

PDFiconLeknes S, Berna C, Lee MC, Snyder GD, Biele G, Tracey I (2013) The importance of context: When relative relief renders pain pleasant. Pain 154:402-410.

PDFiconLeknes S, Berna C, Lee MC, Snyder GD, Biele G, Tracey I (2013) Response to the commentary “Multiple potential mechanisms for context effects on pain” Pain 154:1485-1486.

PDFiconLeknes S, Wessberg J, Ellingsen D-M, Chelnokova O, Olausson H, Laeng B (2013) Oxytocin enhances pupil dilation and sensitivity to ‘hidden’ emotional expressions. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci 8:741-749.

PDFiconLøseth GE, Ellingsen D-M, Leknes S (2013) Touch and Pain. In: Noba textbook series: Psychology (Biswas-Diener, R. and Diener, E., eds) Champaign, IL: DEF Publishers.

PDFiconWanigasekera V, Lee MC, Rogers R, Kong Y, Leknes S, Andersson J, Tracey I (2012) Baseline reward circuitry activity and trait reward responsiveness predict expression of opioid analgesia in healthy subjects. PNAS 109:17705-17710.

PDFiconLeknes S, Lee M, Berna C, Andersson J, Tracey I (2011) Relief as a Reward: Hedonic and Neural Responses to Safety from Pain. PLoS ONE 6:e17870.

PDFiconLeknes S (2011) The pain modulatory cocktail. Scand J Pain 2:105-107How does pain affect eating and food pleasure? Pain 155:652-653.

PDFiconBerna C, Leknes S, Holmes EA, Edwards RR, Goodwin GM, Tracey I (2010) Induction of depressed mood disrupts emotion regulation neurocircuitry and enhances pain unpleasantness. Biol Psychiatry 67:1083-1090. [Supplementary materials]

PDFiconLeknes S, Tracey I (2010) Pain and Pleasure: Masters of Mankind. In: Pleasures of the brain: the neural basis of sensory rewards (Kringelbach, M. L. and Berridge, K. C., eds), pp 320-335 New York: Oxford University Press.

PDFiconLeknes S, Tracey I (2008) A common neurobiology for pain and pleasure. Nat Rev Neurosci 9:314-320.

PDFiconLeknes S, Brooks JCW, Wiech K, Tracey I (2008) Pain relief as an opponent process: a psychophysical investigation. Eur J Neurosci 28:794-801.

PDFiconLeknes SG, Bantick S, Willis CM, Wilkinson JD, Wise RG, Tracey I (2007) Itch and Motivation to Scratch: An Investigation of the Central and Peripheral Correlates of Allergen- and Histamine-Induced Itch in Humans. J Neurophysiol 97:415-422.

PDFiconLeknes S, Tracey I (2007) Hippocampus and Entorhinal Complex, Functional Imaging. In: Encyclopedia of Pain, pp 8-8.

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