Table 2: The original English version of NPQ.

1 It is possible to have pain and not know about it.
2 When part of your body is injured, special pain
receptors convey the pain message to your brain.
3 Pain only occurs when you are injured or at risk
of being injured.
4 When you are injured, special receptors convey
the danger message to your spinal cord.
5 Special nerves in your spinal cord convey 'danger'
messages to your brain.
6 Nerves adapt by increasing their resting level
of excitement.
7 Chronic pain means that an injury hasn't healed properly.
8 Worse injuries always result in worse pain.
9 Descending neurons are always inhibitory.
10 Pain occurs whenever you are injured.
11 When you injure yourself, the environment that
you are in will not affect the amount of pain you
experience, as long as the injury is exactly the same.
12 The brain decides when you will experience pain.

T: True; F: False; U: Undecided; ✔ = Correct