Placebo and Experimental Treatments
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This paper consists of two sections: one in which two different research studies are summarized and one that explores the ways in which the two articles might be related. The first article found that treatment was better in participant groups receiving the experimental drug. The second article found that the placebo effect was had a more positive reaction in participants in the clinical trial.
From the Paper:"In "The Psychobiological Effects of Cognitive Experiential Therapy, Hypnosis, Cognitive Restructuring, and Attention Placebo Control in the Treatment of Essential Hypertension" (1992), Tosi, Lewis, Rudy, and Murphy investigated a form of directed hypnosis as a treatment for hypertension called cognitive experiential therapy (CET)). The researchers targeted "essential hypertension," or high blood pressure that has no physical causes. CET combines hypnosis with cognitive restructuring and developmental staging. In this procedure, patients are put into a hypnotic state and then guided through six developmental stages in order to affect..."
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