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Placebo effects in the neuroendocrine system: conditioning of the oxytocin responses.

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Summary of "Placebo effects in the neuroendocrine system: conditioning of the oxytocin responses."

Evidence exists that placebo effects may influence hormone secretion. However, only few studies examined placebo effects in the endocrine system, including oxytocin placebo effects. We studied whether it is possible to trigger oxytocin placebo effects using a classical conditioning paradigm.

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Name: Psychosomatic medicine
ISSN: 1534-7796
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