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Definitionen von Hypnose und Hypnotisierbarkeit unde deren Bezug zur Suggestion un Suggestibilitaät. Ein Konsensus Statement

Kirsch, Irving ; Cardeña, Etzel LU orcid and al., et (2011) p.11-21
Abstract
Abstract in Undetermined
This article reports a consensus that was reached at an Advanced Workshop in Experimental Hypnosis held as part of the joint annual conference of the British Society of Medical and Dental Hypnosis (BSMDH) and the British Society of Experimental and Clinical Hypnosis
(BSECH). The unanimous consensus was that conventional definitions of hypnosis and hypnotizability are logically inconsistent and that at least one of them needed to be changed. Participants were divided between the alternatives of (1) broadening the operational definition of hypnosis so as to include responding to so-called waking suggestion and
(2) limiting the term ‘hypnotizability’ to the effects of administering a hypnotic induction.
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Hypnosis, definition
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Festschrift für Vladimir Gheorghiu
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Peter, Bernhard and Halsband, Ulrike
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11 - 21
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MEG-Stiflung
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German
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194b569f-084a-4410-9d32-d5bedc981434 (old id 2342837)
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  author       = {Kirsch, Irving and Cardeña, Etzel and al., et},
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  editor       = {Peter, Bernhard and Halsband, Ulrike},
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  pages        = {11--21},
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  title        = {Definitionen von Hypnose und Hypnotisierbarkeit unde deren Bezug zur Suggestion un Suggestibilitaät. Ein Konsensus Statement},
  year         = {2011},
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