Healthy adults were enlisted to the study by means of a post on the webpage of the National Institute of Occupational Health, Norway, and by flyers and advertisement posted at the colleges and university in Oslo. Previous history of psychiatric or neurological disease, pain or use of prescription drugs, except contraceptives in females, were used as exclusion criteria.

Twenty-one adults participated in the study. Their age ranged between 18 and 31 years, with a mean age of 23.4 ± 3.7 years, and 13 were female. For the last 24 h before the experiment subjects were instructed not to use any over-the-counter analgesics or drink alcohol. Participants were blinded for the study's hypothesis. The Norwegian Regional Committee for Medical Research Ethics accepted the study (approval number 2012/199), and all subjects gave informed consent.

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