Time Distortion In Hypnosis An Experimental And Clinical Investigation Pdf
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Hypnosis is a human condition involving focused attention , reduced peripheral awareness, and an enhanced capacity to respond to suggestion. There are competing theories explaining hypnosis and related phenomena.
- Effect of Time-Slowing Suggestions on Rate of Emission of an Operant Response
- Time Distortion in Hypnosis: An Experimental and Clinical Investigation
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The work reported in this monograph was done, as occasion arose, in the period between February and May As the experiments progressed, the findings led to speculation concerning their significance and possible implications.
Effect of Time-Slowing Suggestions on Rate of Emission of an Operant Response
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Time Distortion in Hypnosis: An Experimental and Clinical Investigation
Barber and Mr. Cooper and Erickson 17 suggested to selected "deep trance" subjects that a brief interval would seem as if it were a long period of time. The subjects agreed that time seemed to go slowly and that seconds seemed like minutes or hours. Such apparent verbal agreement with the suggestions of the hypnotist is not surprising; it is a relatively commonplace occurrence in hypnotic experiments. Cooper and Erickson maintained, however, that the subjects in these experiments did not merely agree verbally with the experimenter but "actually experienced" a brief interval as an extended period of time.
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Hypnosis and heavy smartphone use are both characterised by absorbed states in which one loses track of time and responds automatically to stimuli. Over 11 public lectures, we hypnotised student-aged participants; after the hypnosis session, participants completed the Smartphone Addiction Scale Short Version. This correlation was small but unlikely spurious: it was positive in 10 of the 11 samples including two from psychology courses and persisted in a follow-up several months later. We hypothesise that targeting the absorbed, time-distorted, and automatic use of smartphones may promote healthier phone habits.
Metrics details. Although medical interventions play an important role in preserving lives and maternal comfort they have become increasingly routine in normal childbirth. This may increase the risk of associated complications and a less satisfactory birth experience. Antenatal hypnosis is associated with a reduced need for pharmacological interventions during childbirth. This trial seeks to determine the efficacy or otherwise of antenatal group hypnosis preparation for childbirth in late pregnancy. A single centre, randomised controlled trial using a 3 arm parallel group design in the largest tertiary maternity unit in South Australia. Group 1 participants receive antenatal hypnosis training in preparation for childbirth administered by a qualified hypnotherapist with the use of an audio compact disc on hypnosis for re-enforcement; Group 2 consists of antenatal hypnosis training in preparation for childbirth using an audio compact disc on hypnosis administered by a nurse with no training in hypnotherapy; Group 3 participants continue with their usual preparation for childbirth with no additional intervention.
Time Distortion in Hypnosis: An Experimental and Clinical Investigation. By Linn F. Cooper, M.D., and Milton H. Erickson, M.A., M.D., with a foreword by Harold.
Five suggestible female subjects acquired an operant response conditioned on a variable interval schedule of reinforcement. Each subject was then hypnotized and performed the response during 6-min. Experimental phases were preceded by administration of time-slowing suggestions. Return to baseline condition was accomplished via presentation of a time-normalization suggestion. Four of the subjects demonstrated noticeable decreases in operant response rate during time-slowed phases as compared to the preceding baseline phases.
The aim of this review is to summarize data published on the use of perioperative hypnosis in patients undergoing breast cancer surgery BCS. Indeed, the majority of BCS patients experience stress, anxiety, nausea, vomiting, and pain. Correct management of the perioperative period and surgical removal of the primary tumor are clearly essential but can affect patients on different levels and hence have a negative impact on oncological outcomes. This review examines the effect of clinical hypnosis performed during the perioperative period. Thanks to its specific properties and techniques allowing it to be used as complementary treatment preoperatively, hypnosis has an impact most notably on distress and postoperative pain. During surgery, hypnosis may be applied to limit immunosuppression, while, in the postoperative period, it can reduce pain, anxiety, and fatigue and improve wound healing.
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У них нет света.
Возможно, ничего страшного, - уклончиво сказал он, - но… - Да хватит. Ничего страшного - это глупая болтовня. То, что там происходит, серьезно, очень серьезно. Мои данные еще никогда меня не подводили и не подведут.
Настали не лучшие времена, - вздохнул Стратмор.