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CMAJ, ISSN 0820-3946, 08/2016, Volume 188, Issue 11, pp. 822 - 822
  There is a way to overcome the interference between treatment and placebo effects of marijuana. We can take these lessons from placebo analgesia studies.... 
TRIAL | NEUROPATHIC PAIN | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | CANNABIS | Biomedical Research | Medical Marijuana | Placebo Effect | Humans | Research | Medical marijuana | Properties | Health aspects | Researchers | Analgesics | Placebo effect | Caffeine | Letters
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Consciousness and Cognition, ISSN 1053-8100, 2011, Volume 20, Issue 2, pp. 312 - 320
Using the Stroop paradigm, we have previously shown that a specific suggestion can remove or reduce involuntary conflict and alter information processing in... 
Suggestion | Negative priming | Stroop effect | Attention | Automatic processing | TASK | MEDITATION | PSYCHOLOGY, EXPERIMENTAL | AUTOMATICITY | HYPNOTIC SUGGESTION | MEMORY | INTERFERENCE | MINDFULNESS | MODULATION | HYPNOTIZABILITY | Reading | Conditioning (Psychology) | Stroop Test | Humans | Reaction Time | Psychological Tests | Photic Stimulation | Neurosciences | Cognition & reasoning
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CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal, ISSN 0820-3946, 08/2016, Volume 188, Issue 11, p. 822
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by Murray, Christopher J L, Prof and Vos, Theo, Prof and Lozano, Rafael, Prof and Naghavi, Mohsen, PhD and Flaxman, Abraham D, PhD and Michaud, Catherine, MD and Ezzati, Majid, Prof and Shibuya, Kenji, Prof and Salomon, Joshua A, Prof and Abdalla, Safa, MBBS and Aboyans, Victor, Prof and Abraham, Jerry, MPH and Ackerman, Ilana, PhD and Aggarwal, Rakesh, Prof and Ahn, Stephanie Y, MPH and Ali, Mohammed K, MBChB and AlMazroa, Mohammad A, MD and Alvarado, Miriam, BA and Anderson, H Ross, Prof and Anderson, Laurie M, PhD and Andrews, Kathryn G, MPH and Atkinson, Charles, BS and Baddour, Larry M, Prof and Bahalim, Adil N, MEng and Barker-Collo, Suzanne, PhD and Barrero, Lope H, ScD and Bartels, David H, BA and Basáñez, Maria-Gloria, Prof and Baxter, Amanda, MPH and Bell, Michelle L, Prof and Benjamin, Emelia J, Prof and Bennett, Derrick, PhD and Bernabé, Eduardo, PhD and Bhalla, Kavi, PhD and Bhandari, Bishal, MSc and Bikbov, Boris, MD and Abdulhak, Aref Bin, MD and Birbeck, Gretchen, Prof and Black, James A, MPhil and Blencowe, Hannah, MBChB and Blore, Jed D, PhD and Blyth, Fiona, PhD and Bolliger, Ian, AB and Bonaventure, Audrey, MD and Boufous, Soufiane, PhD and Bourne, Rupert, Prof and Boussinesq, Michel, MD and Braithwaite, Tasanee, BMBCh and Brayne, Carol, Prof and Bridgett, Lisa, PhD and Brooker, Simon, Prof and Brooks, Peter, Prof and Brugha, Traolach S, Prof and Bryan-Hancock, Claire, BPsych and Bucello, Chiara, BPsyc and Buchbinder, Rachelle, Prof and Buckle, Geoffrey, MPH and Budke, Christine M, PhD and Burch, Michael, MD and Burney, Peter, Prof and Burstein, Roy, BA and Calabria, Bianca, BPsych and Campbell, Benjamin, BA and Canter, Charles E, Prof and Carabin, Hélène, Prof and Carapetis, Jonathan, Prof and Carmona, Loreto, MD and Cella, Claudia, PharmChemD and Charlson, Fiona, MPH and Chen, Honglei, PhD and Cheng, Andrew Tai-Ann, Prof and Chou, David, BA and Chugh, Sumeet S, Prof and Coffeng, Luc E, MD and Colan, Steven D, Prof and Colquhoun, Samantha, MPH and Colson, K Ellicott, BA and Condon, John, PhD and Connor, Myles D, PhD and Cooper, Leslie T, Prof and Corriere, Matthew, MD and Cortinovis, Monica, BiotechD and de Vaccaro, Karen Courville, MD and Couser, William, Prof and Cowie, Benjamin C, MBBS and Criqui, Michael H, Prof and Cross, Marita, PhD and Dabhadkar, Kaustubh C, MBBS and Dahiya, Manu, BDS and Dahodwala, Nabila, MD and Damsere-Derry, James, MPH and Danaei, Goodarz, MD and Davis, Adrian, Prof and Leo, Diego De, Prof and Degenhardt, Louisa, Prof and Dellavalle, Robert, MD and Delossantos, Allyne, BS and Denenberg, Julie, MA and Derrett, Sarah, PhD and Des Jarlais, Don C, PhD and ...
Lancet, The, ISSN 0140-6736, 12/2012, Volume 380, Issue 9859, pp. 2197 - 2223
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The Lancet Neurology, ISSN 1474-4422, 12/2017, Volume 16, Issue 12, pp. 976 - 986
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