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Do we understand the non-subjective mechanisms behind pleasure and pain?
If we are to view pleasure and pain as being essentially synonymous with the more mechanistic concept of reward and punishment (i.e. as a part of learning and motivation system) then do we understand ...
Feb 23 '12 at 5:22
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