Response to placebo in clinical epilepsy trials—Old ideas and new insights
- Psychology, MedicineEpilepsy Research
- MedicineSpringer International Publishing
The evidence based surgery is universally compatible with any devices to read and is available in the digital library an online access to it is set as public so you can download it instantly.
Rethinking placebo in psychiatry: the range of placebo effects †
- Psychology, Medicine
The role of placebo in the pharmacotherapy of depression and complementary and alternative medicine is discussed, and the ‘efficacy paradox’ (that placebo treatments can have larger effects than ‘evidence-based treatments’) is introduced.
Reconsidering the Placebo Response from a Broad Anthropological Perspective
- PsychologyCulture, medicine and psychiatry
It is suggested that the placebo response is an evolutionarily adaptive trait and part of healing mechanisms operating across many levels—from genetic and cellular to social and cultural.
Investigating placebo effects in irritable bowel syndrome: a novel research design.
- PsychologyContemporary clinical trials
Set and setting, psychedelics and the placebo response: An extra-pharmacological perspective on psychopharmacology
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of psychopharmacology
This paper examines how placebo theory and set and setting theory can complement and benefit each other, broadening the understanding of how non-biological factors shape response to drugs and other treatment interventions.
Personality and placebo responses in non-pain paradigms: Building a Transactional Model of Placebo Responding
In a modern healthcare environment burdened by symptomatic and mental-health related ailments, the placebo effect may represent a useful clinical tool. However, with the bulk of research to date…
From placebo to self-help : investigating retention, outcome and mechanisms in self-directed gratitude interventions
Expectancy effect: Impact of pill administration on cognitive performance in healthy seniors
- PsychologyJournal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
In an exploratory analysis of potential predictors of the expectancy effect, perceived stress and self-efficacy but not personality traits interacted with the pill-taking effect on cognitive function.
Who controls the placebo? Introducing a Placebo Quality Checklist for pharmacological trials.
- Medicine, PsychologyContemporary clinical trials
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MEDICINAL TREATMENT OF THE COMMON COLD
It seems like distinct temerity to suggest that certain well known drugs are of definite value in the treatment of colds; but this is what it seems one must conclude, tentatively at least, from the results of a controlled study ofcolds.
THE XANTHINES (THEOBROMINE AND AMINOPHYLLINE) IN THE TREATMENT OF CARDIAC PAIN
An endeavor was made in this study to secure evidence on the question of whether the xanthines relieve cardiac pain, and to select 100 ambulant patients in attendance at the cardiac clinic, in whom the diagnosis of arteriosclerotic heart disease with cardiac pain was made.
General Medical Effectiveness and Human Biology: Placebo Effects in the Treatment of Ulcer Disease