Placebo control refers to an experimental Condition in which treatment is not administered; often used in cases where a Placebo effect might occur.

Placebo Control also refers to a type of control originating in drug research. Placebo subjects have the same makeup and are treated exactly like a group of subjects who receive a drug, except that placebo subjects receive a chemically inactive substance
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