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There has been a recent upsurge of interest in the reactions of placebo subjects under a wide range of conditions. Indications that, after administration of an inert substance, certain persons report relief of pain or other therapeutic responses, as well as a wide range of subjective and "psychoasomatic" effects, form th main basis of this interest. These observations are important both for studies of drug action and for more general studies of human functioning.
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