The journal Psychology of Consciousness: Theory Research and Practice has just published a special issue entitled Hypnosis: Contributions to Psychological Science and Clinical Practice. It includes contributions from leading hypnosis researchers including:

  • Halligan & Oakley - Hypnosis and beyond: exploring the broader domain of suggestion
  • Cardéna - Hypnos and psyche: how hypnosis has contributed to the study of cognition
  • Kihlstrom - Hypnosis and cognition
  • Mazzoni, Laurens & Heap - Hypnosis and memory: two hundred years of adventures and still going
  • Barnier, Cox & McConkey - The province of highs: the high hypnotizable person in the science of hypnosis and in psychological science
  • Connors, Barnier, Langdon, Cox, Polito, Coltheart - Delusions in the hypnosis laboratory: modelling different pathways to mirrored-self misidentification
  • Green, Laurence, Lynn - Hypnosis and psycotherapy: from Mesmer to mindfulness
  • Yeh, Schnur, Montgomery - Disseminating hypnosis to health care settings: applying the RE-AIM framework

 

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