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9th MBB Symposium 2022 | BAW - Shared screen with speaker view
Paula Salamone - LiU
01:19:21
also to measure relationship with emotion
Vadim Nikulin
01:21:15
Please type your questions/remarks/comments for * Rebecca Böhme’s* talk below
Richmond Stace
01:43:48
Excellent talk. I help people who suffer persistent pain. Consistently, when I ask people to stroke themselves where it is painful and difficult to move, their movement typically improves often with less pain as well. Your work seems to support this clinical finding. Any thoughts on why movement would improve? Thanks
Mahta Abbaspour
01:45:24
Amazing presentation!
Mahta Abbaspour
01:52:01
Other than patients with ASD who may dislike social connections and social touch, is there any other (psychiatric) condition in which patients don't prefer social touch or are indifference to social touch?
Caroline Weiand
01:52:48
Thank you for the great talk! Since in some mental illnesses (e.g. anxiety, trauma) a symptom can be that touch by others is perceived as unpleasant I was wondering if you reckon that this is also related to a disturbance in self-other differentiation?
Nack Srismith
01:53:27
Thank you so much for the incredibly interesting talk (as always)! In light of the pandemic and people having to live apart from their loved ones, would you be interested in looking at social touch between humans and their pets (cross-species) and perhaps comparing this with human to human (interspecies) social touch? Children with ASD also seems to benefit from animal assisted therapies, so I thought this might be an interesting venue.
Angie B
02:02:02
What about touch from other species? I know many people got animals during the pandemic. Is there any research on touch from / with pets?
Alice Laciny
02:02:16
Wonderful talk! Given the high rates of comorbidity in ASD and ADHD, did you rule out the respective other condition in your study samples?
Aslı Akdeniz
02:03:25
Thank you for the great talk. I was wondering whether it is possible to stimulate only CT fibers and not to Aβ afferents?
Tilman Stephani
02:03:55
Great talk and very inspiring! Particularly your findings regarding the effect of self- vs other-touch on such early somatosensory responses in the spinal cord and the N20 potential! Would you expect these results to hold true if you touched the participants with different temperatures? (In order to understand whether it is the association of the touch with another human that changes these early responses)
Alicja Olszewska
02:10:02
Wonderful talk! Could you comment on the fact that autistic individuals can have different sensitivity to touch depending on the relation with the touching person, e.g. do not want to be touched by strangers, but can be intimately touching with partners?
Jasmin L. Walter
02:10:24
Thank you for the amazing talk! I have 2 questions. 1st Was touch in activities like for example sports, theater, pair dancing also included in the evaluation of touch by strangers, friends, intimate touch etc.? 2. Could consensual touch (for example touch during activities) be used as an intervention to reduce loneliness or anxiety?
Samyogita
02:10:48
Thanks for the great talk! Different cultures and communities also have different touch-conventions. Has there been enough work on whether the effects on mental health and sense of self changes BECAUSE of this culturally, or is it only aberrations from the norm that you learned during development that have an effect later on on life?
MindBrainBody
02:20:25
Evealuation | Poster Sessions C & D Link: https://survey.academiccloud.de/index.php/579399?lang=en