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  • ...bowel syndrome (IBS), and others point towards the efficacy of the use of hypnosis as an adjunct to other forms of therapy. The use of hypnosis in treating behavioural disease and dysfunction, principally mental disord
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Hypnosis]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • ====Hypnosis information sites==== ...estion.org HypnosisAndSuggestion.org] Information about the science behind hypnosis and suggestion
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  • #REDIRECT [[Hypnosis]]
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  • ====Hypnosis information sites==== ...estion.org HypnosisAndSuggestion.org] Information about the science behind hypnosis and suggestion
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  • ...bowel syndrome (IBS), and others point towards the efficacy of the use of hypnosis as an adjunct to other forms of therapy. The use of hypnosis in treating behavioural disease and dysfunction, principally mental disord
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  • ...in the class of [[relaxation technique]]. Imagery often forms a part of [[hypnosis]], of [[autogenic therapy]], of [[relaxation techniques]], and of [[behavi
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  • Representative techniques used include [[hypnosis]], the [[interpretation of dreams]], [[guided imagery]], journal writing,
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  • ...ut actually appear to be less reliable than nonhypnotic recall. The use of hypnosis with witnesses and victims may have serious consequences for the legal pro ...ich the client has no memory. When psychologists use such techniques (e.g. hypnosis) for other purposes they must be aware that these techniques may make memo
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  • ...[hypnotism]] are particularly likely to be false. <ref>Kihlstrom JF (1997) Hypnosis, memory and amnesia. ''Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci'' 29:3521727-32 ...l. <ref> (1985) Scientific status of refreshing recollection by the use of hypnosis ''JAMA'' 253: 1918-23 PMID 3974082</ref>
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  • ...sorders, that memories of traumatic events were often suppressed, and that hypnosis and other techniques designed to recover such memories were beneficial the ...extreme abuse develop coping strategies that include anxiety, denial, self-hypnosis, dissociation, and self-mutilation, and nurses who care for such children
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  • ...w York: Plenum Press.</ref> include traits such as frequent fantasizing, [[hypnosis|hypnotizability]], and the capacity for vivid [[hallucination]]s and even
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  • ...thods attempted to access the subconscious aspect of the mind and included hypnosis, dream interpretation and free-association (saying aloud whatever comes to
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  • ...ental illness might be treated through talk rather than surgery, drugs, or hypnosis was only one of the startling features of [[psychoanalysis]] contrasting i ...n]], herbal remedies for memory enhancement, [[recovered memory|the use of hypnosis for memory recovery]], and [[multiple personality disorder]]. He suggests
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  • ...supratherapeutic doses of the drug can manifest clinical effects of strong hypnosis, sedation, amnesia, and ataxia. In addition, temazepam has effective anxio
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  • ...eathlessly up-to-date thriller, gimmicked to the gills, from judo to narco-hypnosis: (b) a psychoanalytic horror tale about (what else?) a mother and a son: a
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