New Journal Launched: The Journal of Mind Body Regulation
The Canadian Federation of Clinical Hypnosis has just launched a new journal: The Journal of Mind Body Regulation. Professor Amir Raz of the McGill University in Montreal is the editor, and the content so far looks exciting. The journal is online, saving significant costs associated with printing. It is also open-access, meaning that anyone can read the latest science.
In the first issue there are fascinating articles, all of which are well worth reading:
Using Hypnosis to Develop and Test Models of Psychopathology by Erik Woody & Henry Szechtman
Does Clinical Hypnosis Have Anything to do with Experimental Hypnosis? by Michael Heap
Trance Logic, Age Regression, and Incomplete Responding: A Preliminary Investigation of Contextual Influences by Steven Jay Lynn, John R. Weekes, Matthew Milano, John Brentar, Matthew D. Johnson, Liam Condon
There is also a podcast, featuring a conversation between Amir Raz and Irving Kirsch.
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