Parallel sessions Monday 11:30 AM – 01:00 PM (Subject to change)

This page contains the title, presenters, as well as the location of the parallel sessions held on Monday April 3, 2017. Please note that this page contains only the name of the first author of the submission.

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Session 1.1: Neuroimaging of placebo effects (Location: Grote Zaal; Chair: Peter Hagoort)

Arvina Grahl – Neural correlates of treatment variability and placebo effects – Better be certain
Markus Rütgen – Using placebo analgesia as a tool for investigating the neural mechanisms of empathy
Benjamin Meyer – The functional role of large-scale brain network coordination in placebo anxiolysis
Anne Schienle – When opposites lead to the same: A direct comparison of explicit and implicit disgust regulation via fMRI
Liane Schmidt – Toward the motivational side of placebo effects: Placebo enhances wanting and liking
Matthias Zunhammer – First results from the placebo imaging collaboration

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Session 1.2: Learning mechanisms of placebo and nocebo effects (Location: Breezaal; Chair: Ursula Stockhorst)

Przemysław Bąbel – Is classical conditioning a distinct mechanism producing placebo and nocebo effects?
Danielle Bartels – Reversing nocebo effects on itch by conditioning with verbal suggestion
Thomas Janssens – Placebo and Nocebo responses induced by free-operant conditioning
Kaya Peerdeman – Placebo-like analgesia via response imagery: Two experiments
Mari Feldhaus – Comparing placebo and nocebo effects in a large sample study
Lieven Schenk – Mismatch cues attenuate placebo hypoalgesia and nocebo hyperalgesia

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Session 1.3: Doctor-patient communication and placebo effects (Location: Jan Willem Schaap zaal; Chair: Willem van der Does)

Kate Faasse – The influence of social modelling, gender, and empathy on nocebo effects and symptom misattribution
Roel Gaymans – Language as placebo: A literature study
Heike Gerger – Trust in the health care professional and health outcome: A meta-analysis
Inge Stortenbeker – What general practitioners (do not) say during consultations with patients with medically unexplained symptoms: A quantitative multilevel analysis
Moa Pontén – Placebo responses created on the internet

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Session 1.4: How we think about placebo effects (Location: Cornelis Schuyt zaal; Chair: Daniel Moerman)

Phoebe Friesen – Conditioned, cognitive, and network placebo responses
Phil Hutchinson – The meaning response: A (post-analytic) philosophical defence
Jean-Félix Gross – The placebo as a philosophical concept: A historical approach
Giulio Ongaro – Diagnosis itself as treatment: Ethnographic insights from Akha indigenous medicine
Leander Steinkopf– Evolutionary psychology of the placebo effect
Sean Zion – Mindsets as medicine: Understanding mindsets about illness, medication, and the body

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