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hypnotize

[′hip·nə‚tīz]
(psychology)
To induce a state of hypnosis.
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Other than a negative relationship between hypnotizability taken alone and the psi score, I cannot find anything to support this claim.
In addition to Zuckerman-Kuhlman alternative big five personality dimensions (Neuroticism-Anxiety, Sociability, Activity, Impulsive Sensation Seeking, & Aggression-Hostility), creative capacity, creative styles, and hypnotizability were included in the study.
The authors discussed several limitations with this pilot study: the small sample size, the limited range of hypnotizability in the CBT-hypnosis group, the high dropout rate in the control group (8 out of 14), and the lack of long-term follow-up assessments.
Hilgard (1992) in his studies on hypnotic states of people, who had a high degree of hypnotizability, saw that when a hypnotist gives a suggestion which the subject cannot perceive as certain stimuli (e.
On the degree of stability of measured hypnotizability over 25 year period.
Treating the diagnosis of dissociative identity disorder through measures of dissociation, absorption, hypnotizability and PTSD: A Norwegian pilot study.
79) said, "I hypothesize that shamanic rituals constitute hypnotic inductions, that shamanic performances provide suggestions, that client responses are equivalent to responses produced by hypnosis, and that responses to shamanic treatment are correlated with patient hypnotizability.
Hypnotizability assessments were based on eliciting hypnotic phenomena such as eye catalepsy, arm levitation, spontaneous amnesia or time distortion (16).
This hypothesis predicts that believers will obtain higher scores than disbelievers on measures relating to fantasy proneness, including, for example, hypnotizability, suggestibility, imagery skills, absorption and dissociation.
Arranged to echo the flow of a standard evaluation and treatment sessions, Trance & Treatment discusses how to use the author's "Hypnotic Induction Profile", a 10-minute clinical assessment procedure that connects hypnotizability to the patient's personality style.
The purpose of this study was to assess the reliability of the General Dissociation Scale with African American college students, and provide additional data on how to assess hypnotizability with these students.