Siri Leknes
Siri Leknes
Dept. Psychology, University of Oslo
Verified email at psykologi.uio.no - Homepage
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A common neurobiology for pain and pleasure
S Leknes, I Tracey
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 9 (4), 314-320, 2008
6822008
Induction of depressed mood disrupts emotion regulation neurocircuitry and enhances pain unpleasantness
C Berna, S Leknes, EA Holmes, RR Edwards, GM Goodwin, I Tracey
Biological psychiatry 67 (11), 1083-1090, 2010
2482010
The importance of context: when relative relief renders pain pleasant
S Leknes, C Berna, MC Lee, GD Snyder, G Biele, I Tracey
PAIN® 154 (3), 402-410, 2013
1582013
Relief as a reward: hedonic and neural responses to safety from pain
S Leknes, M Lee, C Berna, J Andersson, I Tracey
PloS one 6 (4), 2011
1422011
Itch and motivation to scratch: an investigation of the central and peripheral correlates of allergen-and histamine-induced itch in humans
SG Leknes, S Bantick, CM Willis, JD Wilkinson, RG Wise, I Tracey
Journal of neurophysiology 97 (1), 415-422, 2007
1372007
The positive consequences of pain: A biopsychosocial approach
B Bastian, J Jetten, MJ Hornsey, S Leknes
Personality and Social Psychology Review 18 (3), 256-279, 2014
1332014
Oxytocin enhances pupil dilation and sensitivity to ‘hidden’emotional expressions
S Leknes, J Wessberg, DM Ellingsen, O Chelnokova, H Olausson, ...
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 8 (7), 741-749, 2013
1232013
In touch with your emotions: Oxytocin and touch change social impressions while others’ facial expressions can alter touch
DM Ellingsen, J Wessberg, O Chelnokova, H Olausson, B Laeng, ...
Psychoneuroendocrinology 39, 11-20, 2013
1002013
Rewards of beauty: the opioid system mediates social motivation in humans
O Chelnokova, B Laeng, M Eikemo, J Riegels, G Løseth, H Maurud, ...
Molecular psychiatry 19 (7), 746-747, 2014
942014
Pain relief as an opponent process: a psychophysical investigation
S Leknes, JCW Brooks, K Wiech, I Tracey
European journal of neuroscience 28 (4), 794-801, 2008
892008
State-dependent µ-opioid Modulation of Social Motivation–a model
GE Loseth, DM Ellingsen, S Leknes
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 8, 430, 2014
782014
Placebo improves pleasure and pain through opposite modulation of sensory processing
DM Ellingsen, J Wessberg, M Eikemo, J Liljencrantz, T Endestad, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (44), 17993-17998, 2013
772013
The neurobiology shaping affective touch: expectation, motivation, and meaning in the multisensory context
DM Ellingsen, S Leknes, G Løseth, J Wessberg, H Olausson
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1986, 2016
742016
Baseline reward circuitry activity and trait reward responsiveness predict expression of opioid analgesia in healthy subjects
V Wanigasekera, MC Lee, R Rogers, Y Kong, S Leknes, J Andersson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (43), 17705-17710, 2012
702012
Proteomics tools reveal startlingly high amounts of oxytocin in plasma and serum
OK Brandtzaeg, E Johnsen, H Roberg-Larsen, KF Seip, EL MacLean, ...
Scientific reports 6, 31693, 2016
602016
Placebo effects on the neurologic pain signature: a meta-analysis of individual participant functional magnetic resonance imaging data
M Zunhammer, U Bingel, TD Wager
JAMA neurology 75 (11), 1321-1330, 2018
462018
Liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry platform for both small neurotransmitters and neuropeptides in blood, with automatic and robust solid phase extraction
E Johnsen, S Leknes, SR Wilson, E Lundanes
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-8, 2015
442015
Sweet taste pleasantness is modulated by morphine and naltrexone
M Eikemo, GE Løseth, T Johnstone, J Gjerstad, F Willoch, S Leknes
Psychopharmacology 233 (21-22), 3711-3723, 2016
312016
Slow brushing reduces heat pain in humans
J Liljencrantz, I Strigo, DM Ellingsen, HH Krämer, LC Lundblad, SS Nagi, ...
European Journal of Pain 21 (7), 1173-1185, 2017
272017
The benefits of pain
S Leknes, B Bastian
Review of Philosophy and Psychology 5 (1), 57-70, 2014
272014
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