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Imaginative Suggestibility and Hypnotizability
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Imaginative Suggestibility and Hypnotizability

Author: Irving Kirsch; Wayne Braffman
Publisher: Sage Publications
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:Current Directions in Psychological Science, 10, no. 2 (2001): 57-61
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All Authors / Contributors: Irving Kirsch; Wayne Braffman
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    schema:description "More than a half-century of research aimed at identifying the predictors of hypnotic responding has been described as investigations of ‘hypnotizability’. Most of that research, however, has disregarded the well-established findings that (a) people respond to suggestion without being hypnotized almost as much as they do following a hypnotic induction, and (b) nonhypnotic and hypnotic suggestibility are highly correlated. More recent studies have provided the first empirical data on predictors of individual differences in response to the induction of hypnosis. These studies indicate that individual differences in hypnotic suggestibility can be accounted for completely by nonhypnotic suggestibility, expectancy, motivation, and reaction time. Because the amount of variance accounted for is as great as the reliability of the hypnotic-suggestibility scale, and because nonhypnotic suggestibility has been controlled, no additional variables are necessary to account for hypnotic suggestibility." ;
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