Assessing the expectations associated with pharmaceutical pill colour and shape

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Can people’s sensory, hedonic, and efficacy expectations be influenced by shape and colour? Charles Spence discusses how this influenced expected bitterness, expected alertness, and expected efficiency in combating headaches. Charles Spence is the Head of the Crossmodal Research Laboratory at the University of Oxford.

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