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|Title:||The effects of presenting oncologic information in terms of opposites in a medical context||Authors:||Burro, Roberto
Annunziata, Maria Antonietta
De Paoli, Paolo
|Keywords:||bipolar;doctor–patient communication;informed consent;opposites;satisfaction;understanding;unipolar||Keywords Plus:||CANCER CLINICAL-TRIALS;INFORMED-CONSENT PROCESS;SPATIAL RELATIONS;PARTICIPANTS;KNOWLEDGE;IMPROVES;INFANTS;INTERVENTION;READABILITY;DECISIONS||Issue Date:||2018||Publisher:||DOVE MEDICAL PRESS LTD||Journal:||Patient preference and adherence||Abstract:||
An extensive body of literature has demonstrated that many patients who have been asked to participate in clinical trials do not fully understand the informed consent forms. A parallel independent study has demonstrated that opposites have a special status in human cognitive organization: they are common to all-natural languages and are intuitively and naturally understood and learnt.
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