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Placebo Effect

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The placebo effect is a positive change in a person’s symptoms or condition after the administration of an inert substance (e.g., a sugar pill) or an ineffectual procedure (e.g., a teaching method that is not expected to achieve results) administered under the guise of being an ...

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