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Clinical practice as natural laboratory for psychotherapy research: a guide to case-based time-series analysis.
TLDR
This article is a user's guide to conducting empirically respectable case-based time-series studies in a clinical practice or laboratory setting.
Long-term sequelae of childhood sexual abuse: perceived family environment, psychopathology, and dissociation.
TLDR
There was no evidence that sexual trauma is associated with hypnotizability, and MMPI and Rorschach responses suggest sexual abuse may render victims especially vulnerable to specific disturbances i involving soma and self.
The Importance of Being Earnest When Crafting Definitions: Science and Scientism Are not the Same Thing
  • M. Nash
  • Psychology
    The International journal of clinical and…
  • 1 July 2005
TLDR
Researchers and practioners require a definition that recognizes the incompleteness of the authors' concepts, generates a level epistemological playing field, and enables hypnosis theories to “reach".
A Validity Study of Two Projective Object Representations Measures.
Two projective measures of object representations, the Concept of the Object on the Rorschach (H. Rorchach, 1942) and the Social Cognition and Object Relations Scales (D. Westen, 1993) were compared
Hypnosis and transference: a measure of archaic involvement.
  • M. Nash, D. Spinler
  • Psychology
    The International journal of clinical and…
  • 1 April 1989
TLDR
Results suggest that AIM is internally consistent, and is significantly correlated with hypnotizability; among high hypnotizable Ss, AIM scores assess an important aspect of hypnotic experience which is relatively unrelated to behavioral response to hypnotic suggestions.
The Four Causes of Hypnosis
  • P. Killeen, M. Nash
  • Philosophy, Psychology
    The International journal of clinical and…
  • 1 July 2003
Aristotle’s model of comprehension involves the description of a phenomenon and identification of its efficient causes (triggers), material cause (substrate), formal cause (models of structure), and
Expect the unexpected: ability, attitude, and responsiveness to hypnosis.
TLDR
Although expectancies had a significant effect on hypnotic responsiveness, there was an abundance of variance in hypnotic performance unexplained by the direct or indirect influence of expectation and compatible with the presence of an underlying cognitive ability.
Psychopathology associated with sexual abuse: the importance of complementary designs and common ground.
TLDR
This article clarifies the actual findings of previous retrospective studies of abuse, suggests methodological limitations both in Boney-McCoy and Finkelhor's research and in that of S. R. Nash et al., 1993a, that should be remedied by future investigators, and argues that both retrospective clinical research and prospective community surveys converge on a common ground.
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