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Unformatted text preview: Module 8: Hypnosis Behaviors Exhibited- Age regression- Memory- Confabulation: person under hypnosis may give incorrect information- Imagined Perception- Posthypnotic Suggestion- Post hypnotic Amnesia- Hypnotic Analgesia: pain reduction through hypnosis _________________________________________________________________ Sleep Disorders- Insomnia: Inability to fall/remain asleep- Transient insomnia: Lasts 2-3 days due to interrupted circadian rhythm- Sleep Apnea: Stop breathing during sleeping and wakes you up to be able to breathe again- Narcolepsy: Falling asleep at random times- Nocternal Sleep Disorder- SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)- REM Behavior Disorder- Sudden Infant Death Syndrom: Baby stops breathing while asleep and dies (related to sleep apnea) _________________________________________________________________ Theories of Hypnosis- Altered state theory of hypnosis: holds that hypnosis puts a person into an altered state of conciousness, during which the person is disconnected from reality, and so is able to experience and respond to various...
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- Spring '11