The Nocebo Effect: Overdiagnosis and Its Costs
Springer, 30.04.2016 - 272 Seiten
The Nocebo Effect documents the transformation of normal problems into medical ones and brings out the risks of this inflationary practice. One notable risk is that people labeled as sick may find themselves living up to their label through the alchemy of the nocebo effect.
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