Imaging the placebo response: A neurofunctional review

@article{Faria2008ImagingTP,
  title={Imaging the placebo response: A neurofunctional review},
  author={V. Faria and M. Fredrikson and T. Furmark},
  journal={European Neuropsychopharmacology},
  year={2008},
  volume={18},
  pages={473-485}
}
An emerging literature has started to document the neuronal changes associated with the placebo phenomenon. This has altered placebo from being considered a nuisance factor in clinical research to a target of scientific investigation per se. This paper reviews the neuroimaging literature on the placebo effect, and illustrates how imaging tools can improve current understanding of brain mechanisms underlying the placebo response. Imaging studies provide evidence of specific, predictable and… Expand
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