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A proposal that does not advance our understanding of hypnosis

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In his paper Hypnosis Reconsidered, Resituated, and Redefined (JSE 26(2):297-327), Adam Crabtree, a distinguished expert in the history of hypnosis, maintains that contemporary hypnosis research suffers from conceptual disorder. In his words, he attempts to redefine hypnosis in order to provide a stronger ground for future research. We find that his proposed reconsideration of hypnosis as a form of "trance" characterized by a focus on internal stimuli and involving the recruitment of appropri...

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Journal:
Journal of Scientific Exploration
Volume:
26
Issue:
2
Pages:
329-339
Publication date:
2012-01-01
ISSN:
0892-3310
URN:
uuid:ff612922-1528-4c7a-b83e-48b263a3bfa2
Source identifiers:
345149
Local pid:
pubs:345149
Language:
English
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