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(Hawthorne effect)
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  • The neurobiology under the placebo effect. [Review]
    Drugs Today (Barc) 2019; 55(7):469-476Girach A, Aamir A, Zis P
  • The placebo effect is a phenomenon of great scientific interest that affects the response in both inactive and active treatments. It is broadly understood as the product of a central integration of positive expectations, reward learning and continuous conditioning inducing physiological changes in the brain. The placebo effect is accepted as a phenomenon which can be harnessed in clinical practic…
  • Recruitment and inclusion procedures as "pain killers" in clinical trials? [Journal Article]
    J Pain Res 2019; 12:2027-2037Nothnagel H, Brown Menard M, … Musial F
  • CONCLUSIONS: The clinically significant changes in pain intensity were weakly related to waiting time and moderately dependent on initial pain intensity, suggesting regression to the mean. The natural course of the disease and the Hawthorne effect are also discussed as contributing factors.
  • Ring Shear Tester as an in-vitro testing tool to study oral processing of comminuted potato chips. [Journal Article]
    Food Res Int 2019; 123:208-216Deshmukh OS, Dhital S, … Stokes JR
  • Oral processing of solid foods is an extremely dynamic and complicated activity that involves multiple processes in tandem such as comminution, mixing, dilution, hydration and enzymatic breakdown that gradually transform the food from a morsel or a bite to a bolus that is ready for swallowing. It is hypothesised that just after "first bite" and initial particle reduction and hydration of solid br…
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