Benedetti is highly analytical in his approach and, at the same time, has the ability to explain complex matters so that they are easily understood. This book should be a must for all who struggle to make sense out of the intriguing phenomenon we call placebo. ( Pharmaceutical Press)
Benedetti's book is a lucid and extensive review entrenched in the neuroscience of placebo research and heralding the importance of this area of study. ( PsycCRITIQUIES)
... comprehensive and thoughtful volume ... All physicians could learn much from this volume. ( New England Journal of Medicine)
The breadth of topics addressed ... make this book an important read for anyone in the medical field. ( Journal of the Neurological Sciences)
The placebo effect is one of the most widely used and familiar terms within science and medicine, yet it is not always clear just what we mean by a placebo effect.Though we might describe a placebo effect as being 'all in the mind', we now know that there is a genuine neurobiological basis to this phenomenon.
In recent years our knowledge of the neural bases of the placebo effect has developed markedly, and we now have a far better understanding of how it can influence both the course of a disease and the response to therapy. This is the first book to critically review the mechanisms of placebo and placebo-related effects across all medical conditions, diseases, and therapeutic interventions. It describes the main psychological and biological mechanisms of placebo responsiveness across the entire spectrum of medical disciplines. In addition, it looks at the clinical and ethical implications of administering placebos. Exhaustive in its coverage, and written by a world authority in the field, this is the definitive reference text to the placebo effect - one that will be essential for researchers and clinicians across a wide range of medical specialities.
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Descripción Oxford University Press, 2008. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: 1. The traditional concept of placebo1.1. The origin of the placebo concept and methodology1.2. The placebo in clinical trials and medical practice2. A modern view of placebo and placebo-related effects2.1. What they are not2.2. What they are2.3. How they work2.4. Why they occur3. Pain3.1. Placebo analgesia3.2. Nocebo hyperalgesia4. Disorders of the nervous system4.1. Parkinson's disease4.2. Deep brain stimulation and emotional processing4.3. Migraine4.4. Sleep4.5. Neurological disorders with a few or no available data5. Mental and behavioural disorders5.1. Depression5.2. Anxiety5.3. Dementia5.4. Addiction5.5. Psychotherapy5.6. Premenstrual dysphoric disorder5.7. Mental disorders with no available data6. Immune and endocrine systems6.1. Immunity and hormone secretion are subject to psychosocial influences6.2. The immune system6.3. The endocrine system7. Cardiovascular and respiratory systems7.1. The cardiovascular system7.2. The respiratory system8. Gastrointestinal and genitourinary disorders8.1. Gastrointestinal disorders8.2. Genitourinary disorders9. Special medical conditions and therapeutic interventions9.1. Oncology9.2. Sports medicine and physiology9.3. Surgery9.4. Physical therapy9.5. Alternative and complementary therapies9.6. Patient-provider interaction9.7. Other conditions with no available data10. Clinical-ethical implications and applications10.1. Assessing the effectiveness of new therapies10.2. Harnessing placebo and placebo-related effects in the clinic11. How to run a placebo study: a closer look into complex experimental designs11.1. What are we looking for?11.2. Many arms are better than two11.3. Investigating sequence effects and learning11.4. Comparing expected versus unexpected therapies. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0199559120
Descripción Oxford University Press, 2008. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0199559120
Descripción Oxford University Press, 2008. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110199559120