A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

Elizabeth A Necka, Lauren Y Atlas. Int Rev Neurobiol 2018
Times Cited: 6







List of co-cited articles
35 articles co-cited >1



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Uncertainty increases pain: evidence for a novel mechanism of pain modulation involving the periaqueductal gray.
Wako Yoshida, Ben Seymour, Martin Koltzenburg, Raymond J Dolan. J Neurosci 2013
63
50

Placebos Without Deception: Outcomes, Mechanisms, and Ethics.
Luana Colloca, Jeremy Howick. Int Rev Neurobiol 2018
36
33



The placebo effect: From concepts to genes.
B Colagiuri, L A Schenk, M D Kessler, S G Dorsey, L Colloca. Neuroscience 2015
127
33


A comprehensive review of the placebo effect: recent advances and current thought.
Donald D Price, Damien G Finniss, Fabrizio Benedetti. Annu Rev Psychol 2008
590
33

Clinicians' expectations influence placebo analgesia.
R H Gracely, R Dubner, W R Deeter, P J Wolskee. Lancet 1985
170
33


Placebo-induced changes in FMRI in the anticipation and experience of pain.
Tor D Wager, James K Rilling, Edward E Smith, Alex Sokolik, Kenneth L Casey, Richard J Davidson, Stephen M Kosslyn, Robert M Rose, Jonathan D Cohen. Science 2004
33

Pain affect encoded in human anterior cingulate but not somatosensory cortex.
P Rainville, G H Duncan, D D Price, B Carrier, M C Bushnell. Science 1997
33

Placebo analgesia induced by social observational learning.
Luana Colloca, Fabrizio Benedetti. Pain 2009
220
33

Cognitive and emotional control of pain and its disruption in chronic pain.
M Catherine Bushnell, Marta Ceko, Lucie A Low. Nat Rev Neurosci 2013
780
33

Instructed knowledge shapes feedback-driven aversive learning in striatum and orbitofrontal cortex, but not the amygdala.
Lauren Y Atlas, Bradley B Doll, Jian Li, Nathaniel D Daw, Elizabeth A Phelps. Elife 2016
45
33

The placebo response in medicine: minimize, maximize or personalize?
Paul Enck, Ulrike Bingel, Manfred Schedlowski, Winfried Rief. Nat Rev Drug Discov 2013
357
33

An fMRI-based neurologic signature of physical pain.
Tor D Wager, Lauren Y Atlas, Martin A Lindquist, Mathieu Roy, Choong-Wan Woo, Ethan Kross. N Engl J Med 2013
718
33

The role of learning in nocebo and placebo effects.
L Colloca, M Sigaudo, F Benedetti. Pain 2008
245
33

An integrative theory of prefrontal cortex function.
E K Miller, J D Cohen. Annu Rev Neurosci 2001
33

How expectations shape pain.
Lauren Y Atlas, Tor D Wager. Neurosci Lett 2012
186
33

Suppression of Striatal Prediction Errors by the Prefrontal Cortex in Placebo Hypoalgesia.
Lieven A Schenk, Christian Sprenger, Selim Onat, Luana Colloca, Christian Büchel. J Neurosci 2017
27
33

Endogenous opioids regulate social threat learning in humans.
Jan Haaker, Jonathan Yi, Predrag Petrovic, Andreas Olsson. Nat Commun 2017
28
33

Placebo analgesia: a predictive coding perspective.
Christian Büchel, Stephan Geuter, Christian Sprenger, Falk Eippert. Neuron 2014
198
33

Interoceptive predictions in the brain.
Lisa Feldman Barrett, W Kyle Simmons. Nat Rev Neurosci 2015
513
33

Large-scale automated synthesis of human functional neuroimaging data.
Tal Yarkoni, Russell A Poldrack, Thomas E Nichols, David C Van Essen, Tor D Wager. Nat Methods 2011
33

The Cognitive Neuroscience of Placebo Effects: Concepts, Predictions, and Physiology.
Stephan Geuter, Leonie Koban, Tor D Wager. Annu Rev Neurosci 2017
60
33


Frontal-Brainstem Pathways Mediating Placebo Effects on Social Rejection.
Leonie Koban, Ethan Kross, Choong-Wan Woo, Luka Ruzic, Tor D Wager. J Neurosci 2017
21
33


Changing Mindsets to Enhance Treatment Effectiveness.
Alia Crum, Barry Zuckerman. JAMA 2017
32
33




The Role of Patient-Practitioner Relationships in Placebo and Nocebo Phenomena.
Maxie Blasini, Nathalie Peiris, Thelma Wright, Luana Colloca. Int Rev Neurobiol 2018
23
33

Preoperative optimization of patient expectations improves long-term outcome in heart surgery patients: results of the randomized controlled PSY-HEART trial.
Winfried Rief, Meike C Shedden-Mora, Johannes A C Laferton, Charlotte Auer, Keith J Petrie, Stefan Salzmann, Manfred Schedlowski, Rainer Moosdorf. BMC Med 2017
71
16

The Application of Persuasion Theory to Placebo Effects.
Andrew L Geers, Pablo Briñol, Erin A Vogel, Olivia Aspiras, Fawn C Caplandies, Richard E Petty. Int Rev Neurobiol 2018
7
16

Nocebo effects in clinical studies: hints for pain therapy.
Regine Klinger, Maxie Blasini, Julia Schmitz, Luana Colloca. Pain Rep 2017
33
16

What Is Minimally Required to Elicit Placebo Effects?
Karin B Jensen. Int Rev Neurobiol 2018
7
16

Human Pharmacological Conditioning of the Immune and Endocrine System: Challenges and Opportunities.
Judith Tekampe, Henriët van Middendorp, Fred C G J Sweep, Sean H P P Roerink, Ad R M M Hermus, Andrea W M Evers. Int Rev Neurobiol 2018
9
16

Using Learning Strategies to Inhibit the Nocebo Effect.
Veronica F Quinn, Ben Colagiuri. Int Rev Neurobiol 2018
5
20


Placebo and Psychotherapy: Differences, Similarities, and Implications.
Jens Gaab, Cosima Locher, Charlotte Blease. Int Rev Neurobiol 2018
10
16

Expectation-Focused Psychotherapy to Improve Clinical Outcomes.
Bettina K Doering, Julia A Glombiewski, Winfried Rief. Int Rev Neurobiol 2018
7
16

Relieving pain using dose-extending placebos: a scoping review.
Luana Colloca, Paul Enck, David DeGrazia. Pain 2016
52
16

Critical Life Functions: Can Placebo Replace Oxygen?
Fabrizio Benedetti, Diletta Barbiani, Eleonora Camerone. Int Rev Neurobiol 2018
8
16

Behaviorally conditioned immunosuppression.
R Ader, N Cohen. Psychosom Med 1975
455
16

Placebos and painkillers: is mind as real as matter?
Luana Colloca, Fabrizio Benedetti. Nat Rev Neurosci 2005
253
16

Nocebo effects can make you feel pain.
Luana Colloca. Science 2017
35
16

Placebo Analgesia in Rodents: Current and Future Research.
Asaf Keller, Titilola Akintola, Luana Colloca. Int Rev Neurobiol 2018
10
16


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.