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101.According to research on hypnosis, what is the most important factor for hypnosis to work?A.the ability of the hypnotistB.the suggestibility of the individual who is to be hypnotizedC.the expectations of the audienceD.the intelligence of the individual who is to be hypnotized
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DIF:EasyREF:4.3 Hypnosis Is Induced Through SuggestionOBJ:4.3ANAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in Psychology | APA Goal 2, Scientific Inquiry and Critical ThinkingMSC: Remembering102.Which of the following individuals is most likely to be hypnotized easily?
DIF:EasyREF:4.3 Hypnosis Is Induced Through SuggestionOBJ:4.3ANAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in Psychology | APA Goal 2, Scientific Inquiry and Critical ThinkingMSC: Understanding103.The study by Wheatley and Haidt (2005), in which individuals were given posthypnotic suggestions to feel disgust over a certain word, provided evidence that posthypnotic suggestions:
DIF:DifficultREF:4.3 Hypnosis Is Induced Through SuggestionOBJ:4.3ANAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in PsychologyMSC: Analyzing104.Which of the following is NOT a potential clinical use for hypnosis?
DIF:DifficultREF:4.3 Hypnosis Is Induced Through SuggestionOBJ:4.3ANAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in Psychology | APA Goal 5, Professional DevelopmentMSC: Understanding105.According to the sociocognitive theory, hypnosis is:A.a trancelike state.C.a social act.B.a dissociative state.D.fake.ANS:C
DIF:ModerateREF:4.3 Hypnosis Is Induced Through SuggestionOBJ:4.3ANAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in PsychologyMSC: Remembering106.According to the sociocognitive theory of hypnosis, people who are hypnotized are:
DIF:ModerateREF:4.3 Hypnosis Is Induced Through SuggestionOBJ:4.3ANAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in Psychology | APA Goal 2, Scientific Inquiry and Critical
ThinkingMSC: Remembering

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