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Effects of hypnotic, placebo, and salicylic acid treatments on wart regression.

Spanos, N P; Williams, V; Gwynn, M I
Psychosomatic Medicine: January/February 1990
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: Subjects with warts on their hands and/or feet were randomly assigned to a hypnotic suggestion, topical salicylic acid, placebo, or no treatment control condition. Subjects in the three treated groups developed equivalent expectations of treatment success. Nevertheless, at the six-week follow-up interval only the hypnotic subjects had lost significantly more warts than the no treatment controls. Theoretical implications are discussed.

Copyright (C) 1990 by American Psychosomatic Society

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