Hypnosis And Imagination (imagery And Human Development Series)
by Robert G. Kunzendorf /
2018 / English / PDF
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The book's first three chapters-by Sheehan and Robertson Wagstaff Council, Kirsch, and Grant - conclude that three different factors turn imagination into hypnosis. The next three chapters-by Lynn, Neufeld, Green, Rhue, and Sandberg Rader, Kunzendorf, and Carrabino and Barrett-explore the hypnotic and the clinical significance of absorption in imagination. Three subsequent chapters-by Coe Gwynn and Spanos and Gorassini-examine the role of compliance and imagination in various hypnotic phenomena. Pursuing the possibility that some hypnotic hallucinations are experienced differently from normal images, the following two chapters-by Perlini, Spanos, and Jones and Kunzendorf and Boisvert-focus on negative hallucinating, which reportedly "blocks out" perceptual reality. The remaining three chapters-by Wallace and Turosky Crawford and Persinger-pursue other physiological differences, and possible physiological connections, between hypnosis and imagination.