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Correction for vol. 70, p. 135

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Bradshaw JL, Mattingley JB. Allodynia: a sensory analogue of motor mirror neurons in a hyperaesthetic patient reporting instantaneous discomfort to another's perceived sudden minor injury?.J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry2000;70:135-6. On page 136, para 3, line 8, the phrase “don't do that (meaning not to show him); he actually felt it” should have read “don't do that (meaning not to show him suddenly); he actually felt it”.

Without the word suddenly the significance may be lost—It was because he “received the message suddenly” that he felt it (the experience of hyperaesthesia).

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