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About this product
- PublisherSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Date of Publication12/12/2012
- Place of PublicationNew York, NY
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Content Notebiography
- Weight854 g
- Width178 mm
- Height254 mm
- Spine23 mm
- Edited byDavid Waxman
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US)
- Edition StatementSoftcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1985
- Table Of ContentsI Special Addresses.- Scottish Contributions to the Development of Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine.- Hypnosis - Both Poetry and Science.- Conscious and Unconscious Processes in Hypnosis.- The Clinical Relevance of Hypnotizability in Psychosis: With Reference to Thinking Processes and Sample Variances.- II Behavior in Hypnosis.- In Search of Hypnosis.- The Relevance of Hypnotizability in Clinical Behavior.- Interaction Between Hypnotist and Subject: A Social Psychophysiological Approach.- Non-Volition and Hypnosis.- Visual Memory Processing During Hypnosis: Does it Differ From Waking?.- A Study on the Hypnotic Susceptibility of Persons Attempting Suicide: Some Therapeutic Considerations.- III Electrophysiological Studies.- EEG Evoked Potential, Hypnotic Anosmia, and Transient Olfactory Stimulation in High and Low Susceptible Subjects.- Depth EEG Recordings in Epileptic Patients During Hypnotic and Non-Hypnotic States.- Evoked Potential Correlates of Verbal Versus Imagery Coding in Hypnosis.- Hemispheric Specificity and Hypnotizability: An Overview of Ongoing EEG Research in South Australia.- Some Neuromuscular Phenomena in Hypnosis.- IV Self Hypnosis.- The Essential Aspects of Self-Hypnosis.- Representations of Self-Hypnosis in Personal Narratives.- An Investigation into Audiotaped Self-Hypnosis Training in Pregnancy and Labor.- Change in Subjective Experiences During Therapeutic Self-Hypnosis.- V Hypnosis and the Alleviation of Pain.- Why is Hypnosis Effective in Pain Control?.- Hypnosis and Plasmatic Beta-Endorphins.- VI Hypnosis and Addictive Behavior.- Hypnosis in the Alleviation of the Smoking Habit.- The Treatment of Alcohol and Drug Addiction: An Overview.- VII Hypnosis and Psychosexual Problems.- Hypnosis and Sexual Disorders.- Hypnotherapy in Male Impotence.- VIII The Use of Hypnosis in Criminology.- Hypnosis, Coercive Persuasion and the Law: A Historical Perspective.- Hypnosis in Criminal Investigation - Ethical and Practical Implications.- An Examination of the Effects of Forensic Hypnosis.- Hypnosis and the Law: The Role of Induction in Witness Recall.- IX Hypnosis and Anxiety.- Effects of Hypnosis on State Anxiety and Stress in Male and Female Intercollegiate Athletes.- Results of Anxiety Control Training in the Treatment of Compulsive Disorders.- X Case Histories.- On a Case of Urinary Retention Treated by Means of Hypnosis.- Hypnosis in the Treatment of a Case of Guillain-Barre's Disease.- Hypnoanalytic Treatment of Severe Borderline Neurosis by Means of Spontaneous Multiple Personalities: A Case Report.- XI Some Uses of Hypnosis in Dentistry.- The Treatment of Dental Phobia with a Meditational and Behavioral Reorientation Self-Hypnosis.- The Difficult Dental Patient.
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