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Ch.7.ppt - F07 - Chapter 7 States of Consciousness...

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Chapter 7: States of Chapter 7: States of Consciousness Consciousness Consciousness our awareness of ourselves and our environments Daydreaming Fantasy Prone Personality imagines and recalls experiences with lifelike vividness spends considerable time fantasizing
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Hypnosis Hypnosis Hypnosis a social interaction in which one person (the hypnotist) suggests to another (the subject) that certain perceptions, feelings, thoughts or behaviors will spontaneously occur Hypnotic Suggestibility related to subject’s openness to suggestion ability to become imaginatively absorbed
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Hypnosis Hypnosis Posthypnotic Amnesia supposed inability to recall what one experienced during hypnosis induced by the hypnotist’s suggestion Posthypnotic Suggestion suggestion to be carried out after the subject is no longer hypnotized used by some clinicians to control undesired symptoms and behaviors
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Hypnosis Hypnosis Unhypnotized persons can also do this
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Hypnosis Hypnosis APA stance on hypnosis
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Hypnosis Hypnosis 1. Ability to be hyp does not indicate gullibility. 1. Ability to be hyp does not indicate gullibility. 2. Retain ability to control behavior during 2. Retain ability to control behavior during hyp; aware of surroundings, can monitor hyp; aware of surroundings, can monitor environment. environment. 3. Spontaneous posthypnotic amnesia is rare. 3. Spontaneous posthypnotic amnesia is rare. 4. Hyp is not dangerous when practiced by 4. Hyp is not dangerous when practiced by qualified individuals. qualified individuals. 5. Hyp does not increase accuracy of memory. 5. Hyp does not increase accuracy of memory. 6. Hyp does not foster a literal reexperiencing 6. Hyp does not foster a literal reexperiencing of childhood events of childhood events .
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Facts and Falsehood  Those who practice hypnosis agree that its power  resides in the subject’s openness to suggestion. Can anyone experience hypnosis? Yes, to some extent. Can hypnosis enhance recall of forgotten events? No.
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Can hypnosis be therapeutic? Yes. Self-suggestion can heal too. Can hypnosis alleviate pain?
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course PSY 1305 taught by Professor Rowatt during the Fall '07 term at Baylor.

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Ch.7.ppt - F07 - Chapter 7 States of Consciousness...

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