the organization, identification, and interpretation of sensory information to represent and understand the environment.

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Psychological Factors: An individual’s emotional state, beliefs, and expectations can modulate pain perception. For instance, anxiety and fear can amplify pain perception.

Sensory Factors: The intensity and location of the painful stimulus play a role. Different parts of the body have different pain thresholds and tolerances.

Cultural and Societal Factors: Cultural norms and societal expectations can influence how pain is perceived and expressed.

Tolerance of Pain