Expectation enhances autonomic responses to stimulation of the human subthalamic limbic region

@article{Lanotte2005ExpectationEA,
  title={Expectation enhances autonomic responses to stimulation of the human subthalamic limbic region},
  author={M. Lanotte and L. Lopiano and E. Torre and B. Bergamasco and L. Colloca and F. Benedetti},
  journal={Brain, Behavior, and Immunity},
  year={2005},
  volume={19},
  pages={500-509}
}
Recent studies show that the placebo component of a treatment can be investigated by administering therapies either overtly or covertly, without the administration of any placebo. Here, we analyze the effects of open (i.e., expected) versus hidden (i.e., unexpected) stimulations of the human subthalamic region on autonomic responses in Parkinson patients. To do this, we mapped the whole subthalamic region, from the dorsal to the ventral part, and recorded both heart rate and sympathetic… Expand
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