Tag Archives: Suggestibility

The great mystery of hypnosis

Hypnosis. One of these huge chimeras that invades theaters, shows and television programs. One of those things that still casts doubt on the concept that a large part of the population has over “rationality.” How is it possible! It is the … Continue reading

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Hypnosis: Fact or Fraud?

Is hypnosis a fraud? Many people wonder if hypnosis is true or whether it is, instead, an invention. We have all frequently seen on television shows related to the phenomenon of hypnosis. The media spotlight presents a kind of magician who, in … Continue reading

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What is hypnotherapy?

  From BootsWebMD, 12 November 2014. For original source please click here. Hypnotherapy is a therapy using hypnosis to alter a person’s state of consciousness. During the session, the hypnotherapist will relax the person and may make suggestions to help with … Continue reading

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Brain Magic: Keith Barry

Hypnosis is a source of both debate and fear. It’s an intimidating thought that the subconscious mind can listen and react to outside sources. But there are still many questions to be answered: Does the subconscious work independently of the … Continue reading

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Hypnosis, Hypnotizability, Suggestion and Suggestibility

Definitions of Hypnosis and Hypnotizability and their Relation to Suggestion and Suggesitibility: A Consensus Statement:Kirsch et al 2011 defintion of terms Irving Kirsch1
University of Hull, Etzel Cardeña University of Lund, Stuart Derbyshire University of Birmingham, Zoltan Dienes University of Sussex, … Continue reading

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