ISS 10-9-07 - ISS 210 Hypnosis Hypnosis 10/9/2007...

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ISS 210 Hypnosis 10/9/2007 Hypnosis Definition: Cognitive alteration produced by centralization focus on an invariant stimulus generating primary process thought and ego receptivity resulting in increased vulnerability to suggestion. Amplification o Trust o Security o Reduced cognitive discrimination o Expectations of impact lowers threshold o Authority o Dominance of sensory experience o Narrowing attention band o Reduced critical judgment, reality testing, goal orientation, recognition of consequences. Consciousness retained while control somewhat limited Specification o Cognitive reorganization Primary process thought Impulse Fantasy Imagination Symbolization Play (fun, enjoyment) Secondary Process Thought
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ISS 210 Hypnosis 10/9/2007 Reality based Critical judgment/ discrimination Bounded/ Controlled Sensitive to consequence Goal / means oriented Ego Activity Assertive environmental mastery autonomous choice Consequential responsibility
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2009 for the course ISS 210 taught by Professor Zimmerman during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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