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THE HYPNOTIC INDUCTION PROFILE (HIP): A REVIEW OF ITS DEVELOPMENT *
  • H. Spiegel
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 October 1977
TLDR
The Hypnotic Indiiction Profile (HIP) answers the need for a clinically appropriate test of trance capacity, and it can be conducted in the laboratory.
A single-treatment method to stop smoking using ancillary self-hypnosis.
  • H. Spiegel
  • Medicine
    The International journal of clinical and…
  • 1 October 1970
TLDR
It is suggested that every habitual smoker who is motivated to stop be exposed to the impact of this procedure, or its equivalent, so that at least 1 of 5 smokers can be salvaged.
Special report. The nature of aggression during epileptic seizures.
The grade 5 syndrome: the highly hypnotizable person.
  • H. Spiegel
  • Psychology, Medicine
    The International journal of clinical and…
  • 1 October 1974
TLDR
The features which together identify the grade 5 syndrome are: the high eye-roll sign; the high intact Hypnotic Induction Profile score; readiness to trust; a relative suspension of critical judgment; an ease of affiliation with new experiences; a telescoped time sense; and an overall tractability.
An eye-roll test for hypnotizability.
  • H. Spiegel
  • Psychology, Medicine
    The American journal of clinical hypnosis
  • 1 July 1972
TLDR
This offers a quick, subtle, clinical way to ascertain whether or not hypnosis can have a probable role as an adjunct in the various psychotherapeutic strategies.
Nocebo: the power of suggestibility.
  • H. Spiegel
  • Medicine
    Preventive medicine
  • 1 September 1997
TLDR
The biopsychosocial concept provides a blueprint to bring the old-fashioned medical art of "humanness" to modern scientific care by identifying the interactions of the problem, the person, and the totality of resources permits a focus on therapeutic strategies to promote placebo effects and prevent the consequences of nocebo.
Trance and Treatment: Clinical Uses of Hypnosis
Part I: Trance: The Phenomenon and Its Measurement. Defining hypnosis. Naturally occurring trance phenomena and related myths. Formally induced trance phenomena. The Hypnotic Induction Profile (HIP).
The relationship between the Hypnotic Induction Profile and the Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scale, Form C: revisited.
TLDR
Hilgard's comment raises some important issues, although many of these have little to do with the primary purpose of the study under discussion, and all agree on a new methodology which will be definitive in testing the validity of the ER hypothesis.
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