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Unformatted text preview: b. posthypnotic suggestion. c. hypnotic pain relief. d. hypnotic induction. 4. The social influence theory of hypnosis receives support from evidence that: a. behaviors produced through hypnotic procedures can also be produced without them. b. hypnotized subjects feel pain at a subconscious level. c. easily hypnotized individuals have difficulty focusing attention on their own thoughts and feelings. d. very few people are at all responsive to hypnotic suggestions. 5. If highly hypnotizable people are no better than others at simultaneously reading a book and listening to music, this would most clearly challenge: a. dissociation theory. b. the activation-synthesis theory. c. Freud's latent content theory. d. social influence theory....
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- Winter '08
- Psychology, Social influence theory, c. Freud