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hypnotize

[′hip·nə‚tīz]
(psychology)
To induce a state of hypnosis.
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He or she may not know what to do when a hypnotized subject remembers a traumatic incident in a past life, and becomes emotionally agitated.
By joining the audience of this event - either live or later on video you will learn why nearly everyone can be hypnotized, what it's far-reaching applications are, and why it isn't mind control.
Hypnotized, the study participants viewed video clips where people put coins into different-coloured bowls.
RECENTLY, I USED the word "hypnotized" to describe the way the churches of a Western cultural framework have been impacted by their relationship with the cultures and governance of Euro-North American countries.
Olivia's friend volunteers her to come up on stage to be hypnotized, which she does begrudgingly.
He hypnotized Barry into thinking he was a chicken but only thing is the hypnotist had a heart attack half way through the act, they had to take him to the hozzie.
He said after a hypnotic joke went bad in which he told one hypnotized teacher that he would give him an A in the class, his parents sent him to a special school to learn hypnosis professionally.
Hypnotized caught the eye as a fast-improving, wellhandicapped three-year-old who's going places when cutting through a usefullooking Kempton field to leave his rivals in a trance.
Using the latest neuroimaging tools, these scientists are getting a look at what goes on in the hypnotized brain.
Summary: Indian police are hunting a conman who hypnotized a Mumbai jeweler store worker before stealing $160,000 worth of diamond necklaces and bracelets.
The boys are simply amazed when Alexa acts as if she really is hypnotized and follows all the directions.
Some of the study participants were easily hypnotized. Others were not.