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(p. 133) How important is the biopsychosocial approach?: Some examples from research 

(p. 133) How important is the biopsychosocial approach?: Some examples from research
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(p. 133) How important is the biopsychosocial approach?: Some examples from research
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Jos Kleijnen

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10.1093/med:psych/9780198530343.003.0008
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date: 20 November 2019

This chapter explains some of the research investigating the effects of contextual factors on health outcomes. A core factor of the biopsychosocial approach is the context in which healthcare is delivered. The chapter considers the reasons for placebo responses in trials, which vary across trials and countries.

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