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Fig. 7 | Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling

Fig. 7

From: Possible contribution of quantum-like correlations to the placebo effect: consequences on blind trials

Fig. 7

Probability of a direct relationship without or with a remote supervisor. The quantum-like probability of a direct relationship is calculated as the square of the sum of the probability amplitudes of the different possible “paths”. With a remote supervisor, classical probability applies and the probability of a direct relationship is calculated as the sum of squares of the probability amplitudes of the “paths”. Therefore, the probabilities of a direct relationship are different without or with a remote supervisor

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