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1946 2
1948 1
1950 6
1952 2
1953 7
1954 4
1955 8
1956 15
1957 15
1958 16
1959 13
1960 19
1961 24
1962 36
1963 159
1964 421
1965 204
1966 39
1967 22
1968 18
1969 32
1970 19
1971 16
1972 10
1973 16
1974 11
1975 18
1976 16
1977 24
1978 34
1979 29
1980 28
1981 42
1982 23
1983 27
1984 28
1985 27
1986 28
1987 36
1988 39
1989 26
1990 23
1991 23
1992 15
1993 20
1994 29
1995 48
1996 39
1997 45
1998 43
1999 47
2000 74
2001 52
2002 73
2003 71
2004 55
2005 59
2006 51
2007 48
2008 71
2009 107
2010 81
2011 97
2012 55
2013 61
2014 52
2015 47
2016 39
2017 28
2018 42
2019 12
2020 1
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Placebo and nocebo effect: a mini-review
Požgain I, et al. Psychiatr Danub 2014 - Review. PMID 24909245 Free article.
Placebo Effects: Historical and Modern Evaluation
Finniss DG. Int Rev Neurobiol 2018 - Review. PMID 30146043
An exploration of placebos and placebo effects across several centuries demonstrates many interesting facts, ranging from very early writings and experiments to the modern investigation of placebo mechanisms. ...
An exploration of placebos and placebo effects across several centuries demonstrates many interesting facts, ranging from very early …
Putting placebos to the test.
Gross L. PLoS Biol 2017 - Review. PMID 28222121 Free PMC article.
Open-label Placebos for Wound Healing: A Randomized Controlled Trial.
Mathur A, et al. Ann Behav Med 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30212845
BACKGROUND: Open-label placebos are a novel treatment option, in which participants take placebos with full knowledge that they do not contain active medicine. ...PURPOSE: The current study aimed to determine whether open-label placebos improved wound healing in punch biopsy wounds compared with no treatment. ...
BACKGROUND: Open-label placebos are a novel treatment option, in which participants take placebos with full knowledge that the …
How often do general practitioners use placebos and non-specific interventions? Systematic review and meta-analysis of surveys.
Linde K, et al. PLoS One 2018. PMID 30142199 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: In a systematic review and meta-analysis we summarize the available evidence on how frequently general practitioners/family physicians (GPs) use pure placebos (e.g., placebo pills) and non-specific therapies (sometimes referred to as impure placebos; e.g., antibiotics for common cold). ...For example, the proportion of GPs using pure placebos at least monthly varied between 2% and 15% compared to 53% and 89% for non-specific therapies; use at least weekly varied between 1% and 3% for pure placebos and between 16% and 75% for non-specific therapies. ...
BACKGROUND: In a systematic review and meta-analysis we summarize the available evidence on how frequently general practitioners/family phys …
Placebo
McQuay HJ and Moore RA. Postgrad Med J 2005 - Review. PMID 15749790 Free PMC article.
The structure of the article is that it begins by talking about the technical use of placebos in clinical trials, and the extent of the placebo response, then about the mechanism--"How does the placebo work?"...
The structure of the article is that it begins by talking about the technical use of placebos in clinical trials, and the extent of t …
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