Placebo process caught in the act plain, for all to see!
k p Collins
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Mon Feb 23 06:33:34 EST 2004
"NMF" <nm_fournier at ns.sympatico.ca> wrote in message
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> No. See Mountcastle, who was one of
> the first to suggest the possible connection
> between placebo responses and the
> prefrontal cortices a long long time ago.
> And of course, Patricia Goldman-Rakic
> who is one of the major pioneers of the
> frontal lobe.
> This study was one of the first imaging
> studies to verify the obvious thereotical
> and empirical suggestion that the prefrontal
> cortices was involved with the "placebo"
I stand on what =I've= discussed [not caring
to discuss the rest].
K. P. Collins
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